Is Jerry Trainor Gay? As Rumoured, Check His Marital Status!

Jerry Trainor Gay: Gerald William Trainor, better known by his stage name Jerry Trainor, is a prominent American actor. He is best known for his role as Spencer Shay on the teen comedy series iCarly. In particular, Trainor’s legion of female fans never misses an update from their idol.

Moreover, his shirtless photos on social media have always gone viral. His sexuality has been questioned by fans after a recent statement he made. Does anyone know if Jerry Trainor is a gay man? What that means is still up in the air. If you want to know the truth though, keep reading.

Who is Jerry Trainor?

He was born in the USA and now works as an actor. He earned three Kids’ Choice Awards for his performance as Spencer Shay on the teen comedy series iCarly. The revived series of the same name features him in the same role.

He was also nominated for a Daytime Emmy Award for his roles as “Crazy” Steve in Drake & Josh and Dudley Puppy in T.U.F.F. Puppy. Trainor has mainly worked for Nickelodeon since 2004.

Besides this, he has appeared in recurrent and guest parts on episodes including Crossing Jordan and 2 Broke Girls, as well as Disney Channel and Netflix series aimed at adults.


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Is Jerry Trainor Gay?

Jerry is far too engaged in the online social scene, but he has yet to share any details about his relationship. His interview comment that “he has no time for anyone” suggests he may be single, though. Fans all over the world began to speculate that Jerry Trainor is gay because he does not have a partner and is unwilling to discuss his personal life. However, in 2008, while filming iCarly, Jerry met Jessica Makinson.

He began dating her soon after, and they’ve been together for a while now. There has been no word on whether the couple is still together or has broken up. Many of their followers assumed they were married, although the couple never confirmed their relationship status. As a result, we still don’t know if he has a girlfriend or not. One thing is certain, though: Jerry Trainor is not gay. He still has feelings for men.

Jerry Trainor Wife

We’ve already established that Jerry’s girlfriend is Jessica Makinson. Performing on stage is her job. That was in 2008 when their relationship truly began. It’s safe to say Jerry has never been hitched before.

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About Jessica Makinson, we know next to nothing. According to DatingCelebs, Jessica is 46 years old, and she was born on May 17, 1976, in Tempe, Arizona. They reportedly started dating in 2008 and are still together now.

Jerry Trainor Career

His first role on TV was as Eric on the MTV show Undressed. Other than Law & Order: True Crime, Angel, and Malcolm in the Middle all include him as a guest star. Brian “the A.V. guy” on Crossing Jordan was his first recurring role in television. Numerous films, including the science fiction thriller Donnie Darko and cheerleader comedy, Bring It On Again, include him in supporting parts. A fan of his work may recognize him from his appearance on the web series Hungry Girl.

From 2004 until 2007, Trainor portrayed “Crazy” Steve, a worker at a movie theatre, in an ongoing role on Drake & Josh. From 2007 to 2012, he played the part of Spencer Shay on the Disney Channel series iCarly, Miranda Cosgrove’s elder brother and legal guardian (he and Cosgrove had previously worked together on Drake & Josh when Cosgrove played the role of the duo’s little sister). His work on iCarly earned him three Children’s Choice Awards.

In 2008, he finished shooting the music-themed comedy Wreckless Epic, in which he also stars. Trainor voiced the title character, Dudley Puppy, in the T.U.F.F. Puppy animated series and was nominated for a Daytime Emmy for Outstanding Performer in an Animated Program.

Jerry Trainor’s Net Worth

As an American actor and comedian, Jerry Trainor has amassed a net worth of $1.5 million. Originally from San Diego, Jerry Trainor moved to Los Angeles to study acting at the prestigious improv troupe The Groundlings. First starring on Nickelodeon’s “6 to 8 Frozen Zone,” he quickly rose through the ranks of the entertainment industry.

From then, he went on to star in numerous television guest roles, including episodes of Malcolm in the Middle, My Wife and Kids, ER, Angel, and Crossing Jordan. Donnie Darko and Bring It On Again both featured him as well. He started appearing regularly on “Drake & Josh” in 2004. It wasn’t until his breakout role as Spencer Shay on iCarly that he became a household name.

Since then, he’s voiced Dudley Puppy on “T.U.F.F. Puppy,” and he’s appeared in several episodes of “iCarly” and “Drake & Josh” on TV.

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