Miranda Cosgrove Bio, Age, Husband,Net Worth, Height, Movies, TV Shows

Miranda Cosgrove Biography

Miranda Cosgrove is an American actress and singer. She was the highest-paid child performer in 2012 and was named on Forbes magazine’s “30 Under 30” list in 2022. She is well-known for her work on television, particularly in comedic dramas, advertising, and hosting roles.


How old is Miranda Cosgrove? – Age

She is 30 years old as of 14 May 2023. She was born in 1993 in Los Angeles, California, United States. Her real name is Miranda Taylor Cosgrove.

Miranda Cosgrove Family

Cosgrove was born in Los Angeles to Tom Cosgrove, who operates a dry cleaning company, and Chris (née Casey), a homemaker. She has stated that she is of Irish, English, and French heritage. She is an only kid and has been homeschooled since sixth grade. She struggled with body image as a child. Before becoming an actress, she aspired to be a veterinarian. Cosgrove attended the University of Southern California in 2012.

Miranda Cosgrove Net Worth

She has an estimated net worth of $10 million.

Miranda Cosgrove iCarly

Cosgrove was cast as the title character in the sitcom iCarly, which debuted on September 8, 2007. Creator Dan Schneider adapted iCarly to young people’s interest in the internet; viewers may submit their own videos to be used in the show. The final episode of Drake & Josh aired on September 16, 2007. By the summer of 2008, iCarly was the third highest-rated show in the 9-14 demographic. In June 2008, the “iCarly Saves TV” special became the most-watched cable entertainment show.

Miranda Cosgrove Photo
Miranda Cosgrove Photo

Cosgrove’s debut as a recording artist began with the iCarly theme song “Leave It All to Me”, which featured Drake Bell and was released as a single on December 2, 2007. Columbia Records published the iCarly soundtrack in June 2008, featuring four songs performed by Cosgrove and debuting at number one on the Billboard Kid Albums chart. On May 17, 2012, it was announced that iCarly’s sixth season will be the final. On November 23, 2012, the series finale “iGoodbye” aired. On January 24, 2012, Cosgrove appeared on the iCarly soundtrack, iCarly: iSoundtrack II. Following the filming of the iCarly finale in June 2012, Cosgrove embarked on a new tour, the Summer Tour, in July and August 2012.

Miranda Cosgrove Drake & Josh

Cosgrove’s first major television appearance came in 2004, when she was cast in the Nickelodeon comedy Drake & Josh opposite Drake Bell and Josh Peck. In the series, she played Megan Parker, the naughty younger sister of the lead protagonists. In 2005, Cosgrove was cast as Munch in the Cartoon Network feature Here Comes Peter Cottontail: The Movie. In the film, Cosgrove plays a female mouse who is saved from a hawk by Junior and Flutter and later joins them on their trip. Cosgrove also appeared in two episodes of the animated comedy Lilo and Stitch: The Series.

She also landed her second significant role in a theatrical picture, starring with Drake & Josh co-star Drake Bell in the comedy Yours, Mine, & Ours. The picture did moderately well at the box office. Yours, Mine, and Ours debuted in third place in the United States, with $17 million in its first weekend. Keeping Up with the Steins, Cosgrove’s third theatrical release, debuted in 2006. It earned mostly bad reviews from reviewers and did poorly at the box office.

Miranda Cosgrove Career

in the age of three, she was found by a talent agency while singing and dancing in the Los Angeles restaurant Taste of L.A. Cosgrove says that when the agent approached her and her mother, she had “never really thought of being an actress” and “was lucky”. She went on to feature in multiple television commercials for McDonald’s and Mello Yello, as well as model for a variety of businesses. At the age of seven, she started auditioning for theater and television roles. Her first television debut came in 2001, when she voiced young Lana Lang in Smallville’s pilot episode.

Richard Linklater directed Cosgrove’s cinematic debut, School of Rock (2003). In the film, she played Summer Hathaway, a young girl with strong drive and discipline who struggles to adjust to her new music teacher’s free-spirited personality (Jack Black). School of Rock was a box office blockbuster, generating over $130 million worldwide, as well as a critical success, with a Rotten Tomatoes rating of 91%. Cosgrove’s performance in the film was praised, with David Ansen of Newsweek calling it “spot on”. She described the scene in which her character attempts to sing as particularly challenging: “[I’d] been taking singing lessons for approximately five years, so getting to sing horribly was fresh. The director kept urging, ‘Try singing even worse, Miranda,’ so it was strange.”

On February 15, 2013, Deadline reported that Cosgrove would feature in Girlfriend in a Coma, a television series developed by Liz Brixius for NBC and based on Douglas Coupland’s novel of the same name. However, due to production issues, the project was canceled. Cosgrove returned to voice Margo in Despicable Me 2, which was released on June 5. In 2013, she played Margo in the animated short film Training Wheels and Savana in Gru’s Girls.In December, she announced on The Today Show that she was working on a new album. Cosgrove provided voice work for the animated feature A Mouse Tale, which was released on February 10, 2015.Cosgrove also appeared in the horror thriller The Intruders, alongside Austin Butler, as Rose Halshford.

Cosgrove was cast in the NBC sitcom Crowded, which ran from March 15 to May 22, 2016. In 2017, Cosgrove returned her role as Margo in Despicable Me 3, which was released on June 14, 2017. In 2019, Cosgrove starred in the low-budget Netflix science fiction film 3022. Since 2019, she has hosted Mission Unstoppable with Miranda Cosgrove, a show that airs on CBS and earned the actress a Daytime Emmy Award nomination for 2020. In 2021, Cosgrove played Rachel in the independent film North Hollywood.

Miranda Cosgrove Movies

♦ 2024 – Despicable Me 4
♦ 2024 – Drugstore June
♦ 2021 – North Hollywood
♦ 2019 – Despicable Me: Minion Scouts
♦ 2019 – 3022
♦ 2017 – Despicable Me 3
♦ 2015 – A Mouse Tale
♦ 2015 – The Intruders
♦ 2013 – Despicable Me 2
♦ 2013 – Despicable Me: Training Wheels
♦ 2011 – Our Deal
♦ 2010 – Despicable Me
♦ 2010 – Despicable Me: Home Makeover
♦ 2009 – The Wild Stallion
♦ 2008 – Merry Christmas, Drake & Josh
♦ 2006 – Drake & Josh Go Hollywood
♦ 2006 – Greatest Ever Comedy Movies
♦ 2006 – Khan Kluay

Miranda Cosgrove TV Shows

♦ 2021–2023 – iCarly
♦ 2020 – The Goldbergs
♦ 2020 – Minions Holiday Special
♦ 2019–present – Mission Unstoppable
♦ 2016 – Crowded
♦ 2010 – 7 Secrets with Miranda Cosgrove
♦ 2010 – The Good Wife
♦ 2010 – Big Time Christmas
♦ 2008 – The Naked Brothers Band
♦ 2008 – Merry Christmas, Drake & Josh
♦ 2007–2012 – iCarly
♦ 2007 – Zoey 101
♦ 2007 – Just Jordan
♦ 2007 – Unfabulous
♦ 2006 – Drake & Josh Go Hollywood
♦ 2005 – Lilo & Stitch: The Series
♦ 2005 – All That
♦ 2005 – Here Comes Peter Cottontail: The Movie
♦ 2004–2007 – Drake & Josh