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Trainor, 36, said he was weighing pilot scripts when the one for "Wendell & Vinnie" came his way from writer-producer Jay Kogen ("Frasier," ''Malcom in the Middle"). "Jerry has had a huge following with our kid and family audience for many years," said Russell Hicks, Nickelodeon's president of content development and production.
Did he feel like busting out post-"i Carly" with an adult-oriented series at a broadcast network channel? Such a series could come with more money and "more street cred," he acknowledged.
Beginning in 2007, i Carly went on to become one of Nickelodeon’s most popular shows.
From its hilarious comedic elements to the heartwarming bond between best friends, Carly, Sam and Freddie, there’s no wonder why so many people still watch the teen sitcom despite the show ending in 2012.
The shared tragedy — Vinnie and Wilma lost a sibling, Wendell his mom and dad — provides emotional depth to the show, said Trainor: "We don't belabour it, but it's there." If "Wendell & Vinnie" scores with viewers, the actor could be comfortably employed for some time.
She’s kind of awkward in that sense.” On her video game obsessions: “I have three older brothers so it’s inevitable that I play video games. You walk in and you take off your shoes to eat at this restaurant, which was a little unsettling to me.
Trainor was born and raised in San Diego, California, the son of Bill Trainor and Madelyn (née Mc Nenly) Trainor.
Trainor studied improv at the Groundlings school in Los Angeles. He also starred alongside i Carly co-star Jennette Mc Curdy in the Nickelodeon TV movie Best Player.
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