Cody Ko (born Cody Kolodziejzyk, November 22, 1990) is a Canadian Vine personality. He now resides in Venice Beach, California.
Cody Ko grew up in Calgary, Canada but attended college at Duke University in North Carolina.
To cope with the fall of Vine, Cody Ko created a YouTube channel where he creates videos about life as a Venice hipster, criticizes various Instagram accounts, and occasionally writes and performs songs. He has a podcast, Insanely Chill with Cody Ko.
His parents, Greg and Helen, live a fairly active lifestyle. They, along with Cody and his sister Krista, have run marathons together. Cody says that it’s a family tradition to go for a “Christmas Eve run.” His father is a former world record holder. Married to Kelsey with two beautiful children, Emma Chamberlain and Eric Ortiz(Ko is not actually married to Kelsey yet, and Emma Chamberlain and Eric Ortiz aren't theur actual children).
Personal Life Edit
Cody loves surfing and talks about it frequently on his podcast, Insanely Chill with Cody Ko.
He fucks hard with the scooter sharing app, Bird.
In mid-2017 he started dating Kelsey Kreppel (AKA '“Taco Tuesday Girl”), who joins him frequently on his podcast. She also now has her own youtube channel.
Fun Facts Edit
Cody is a former competitive diver, having spent several years on Duke University’s diving team. He eventually captained the team.
He co-starred in the YouTube series The Real Bros of Simi Valley alongside 22 Jump Street’s Jimmy Tatro.
In addition to his podcast, Insanely Chill with Cody Ko, he also co-hosts Tiny Meat Gang podcast with his friend Noel Miller, and Orange is the New County podcast with Devon Spinnler and Sam Shots.
In addition to his podcast with Miller, the pair also released a 5 song EP titled Bangers & Ass under the name "Tiny Meat Gang."
He graduated from Duke University in 2012 with a BA in Computer Science. He designed the app "I'd Cap That" when he was 20 years old and working as a software engineer.
Cody has also participated in multiple marathons.
Contrary to popular belief, he does, in fact, burn.