Cody Longo was born on March 4, 1988, in Denver, Colorado in the United States of America. He is an actor and musician. Longo, who hails from a musical and artistic family, taught himself to play the piano at a young age. He started acting at a young age, along with performing and studying theatre.
Longo appeared as Danny in Grease and Mercutio in Romeo and Juliet at the Denver Performing Arts Academy. After completing high school, Longo moved to Los Angeles, California, to pursue a career in acting. He completed his studies in theatre and psychology there as well.
At the Pantages Theatre in Los Angeles, Longo played the part of Fiyero in the musical Wicked.
Cody Longo Wife
Cody Longo and Stephanie Nicole Clark got together in 2014 and got married in 2015. They are lucky to have three kids: Elijah, Lyla, and Noah.
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Cody Longo’s Cause of death
According to reports, Longo was discovered dead at his home on February 8, 2023. This came after his wife, who was working at a nearby dance class, contacted the police at the scene. We don’t currently know what caused his death.
Cody Longo Career
Longo played the dancer Eddie in the 2006 straight-to-video movie Hip Hop Kidz: It’s a Beautiful Thing. The next year, he played Dave in Ball Don’t Lie, which starred Chris “Ludacris” Bridges and Nick Cannon.
Bring It On: Fight to the Finish, the fifth movie in the Bring It On series, came out this summer. Before that, Longo made a guest appearance on the TV show Medium as the brother of Christina Milian’s love interest and arch-enemy, Evan.
In December 2009, Longo began a six-episode guest role on the ABC Family show Make It or Break It as gymnast Nicky Russo. Longo became friends with Nico Tortorella and Johnny Pacar, who were also in the show. The next year, Tortorella and Pacar joined forces with Longo to form the band Forever The Day.
Longo took over Joe Jonas’s role as Young Tommy Walker on the TV show Brothers & Sisters in 2010. He did this with his Fame co-star Kay Panabaker. TV Guide said that Longo’s role was one of the best flashback acting roles in recent years.
Longo also played a role in the independent film High School, which also starred Colin Hanks, Adrien Brody, and Michael Chiklis. The first time anyone saw the movie was at the Sundance Film Festival in January 2010.
In Lovelives, a TV movie from 2011, Longo played Aaron. First, he was on CSI: Crime Scene Investigation. Later, he was Sela Ward’s son Tyler Josephson on CSI: NY.
Letters of Letting Go, the second EP by Forever The Day, came out on February 13, 2012. Longo played Mike Henderson in The Silent Thief, which was a psychological thriller with Toby Hemingway and Frances Fisher in other roles.
Longo and Forever The Day broke up, and Longo went to work for Mirrorball Entertainment. On August 22, 2012, he released his first single, “Atmosphere.” It peaked at number three on the iTunes Pop Lists and made its debut on the 2013 Top 100 Billboard Emerging Artists charts.
“She Said,” which came out on February 26, 2013, peaked at number three on the iTunes Top 100. Before his next movie, Not Today came out in theatres in the spring, Longo went to his home state of Colorado to talk about it.
Longo moved to Nashville so he could keep working on his music. He released a remix of his song “Falling Into You” with B-Nice in 2014, and his single “What Up Tho” came out on June 23, 2015.
Longo played Jack Rivers in the 2016 movie Drop It, which was about a new cop who shoots a man who did nothing wrong. He also played Quentin in two episodes of the TV show Nashville on ABC/CMT.
The book Rich Boy, Rich Girl came out in 2017. Andy Palazzo is played by Longo. He is a member of the Y generation who starts a relationship with a lie but ends up being everything he or she had hoped for.
In March 2018, Death House by B. Harrison Smith was shown in a few theatres. Longo plays Agent Jae Novak, one of two spies trying to get out of a “house of horrors” while a group of violent prisoners chases them. “Loud,” Longo’s most recent song, came out on May 11 and has been played more than 60,000 times on Spotify.
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