Cody Horn Biography

(Actress)

Birthday: June 12, 1988 (Gemini)

Born In: Los Angeles, California, United States

Cody Harrell Horn is an actress and model known for her work in films like ‘Flipped’, ‘Violet & Daisy’, ‘Magic Mike’, and ‘A Change of Heart’. She has also portrayed the recurring roles of Emily in the seventh season of the FX comedy-drama series ‘Rescue Me’ and Jordan Garfield in the NBC sitcom ‘The Office’. A California native, Horn was raised by a former model and actress mother and an entertainment executive father. As a result, she developed an interest in performing arts quite early in her life. She was a student at Harvard-Westlake School, graduating in 2006. Horn made her acting debut in 2010 in the action-thriller movie ‘Twelve’. Her television debut occurred in March 2011 when she guest-starred in a season-two episode of ‘White Collar’. Since then, she has primarily been active in the indie scene and has worked with several renowned filmmakers, including Steven Soderbergh, Ralph Arend, and Matthew McDuffie. Horn is quite active on social media and uses her accounts to communicate with her fans. On Instagram, she has tens of thousands of followers on her @ch account.
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Quick Facts

Also Known As: Cody Harrell Horn

Age: 36 Years, 36 Year Old Females

Family:

father: Alan F. Horn

mother: Cindy Horn

Born Country: United States

Models Actresses

Height: 5'10" (178 cm), 5'10" Females

U.S. State: California

City: Los Angeles

Career
Cody Horn had harboured the aspirations of joining the world of glamour since she was quite young. When she was nine years old, she got the chance to read her first script. Like her mother before her, Horn is a model and has taken part in the Ralph Lauren Polo Jeans Give Campaign.
Horn has been active in the industry for a while. In 2005, she served as a staff assistant on the set of Rob Reiner’s directorial venture, ‘Rumor Has It...’. As an actress, she had her cinematic debut in Joel Schumacher’s 2010 action crime-drama ‘Twelve’. Also starring Chace Crawford, Emma Roberts, and Rory Culkin, the movie revolves around a young drug dealer, whose high-rolling life quickly descends into utter chaos following the murder of his cousin, for which his best friend is arrested. Horn played a character named Alissa in the film. That year, she also appeared in two other projects, romance drama ‘Flipped’ and drama short ‘Dead Hands’. The former was directed by Reiner, while writer/director Sarah Daggar-Nickson helmed the latter project.
In March 2011, she made her first television appearance in the second-season episode, ‘Power Play’, of USA Network’s police procedural drama series ‘White Collar’. Later that year, she played Emily in season seven of the FX comedy-drama series ‘Rescue Me’. Emily, who develops a romantic relationship with Firefighter/First Responder Sean Garrity (Steven Pasquale), turns out to be a post-coital flatulator. Despite this, Garrity proposes to her, and she accepts. Horn’s final appearance in the show was in the eighth episode of the season, ‘Vows’, which aired in August. She also played Jordan Garfield in three season- seven episodes of the NBC sitcom ‘The Office’. Jordan is employed by Deangelo Vickers (Will Ferrell) as the new executive assistant to demonstrate to his staff that he is not sexist.
She has no background in business and meagre experience, and later learns that she has been hired because she looks like a model. Horn did not return for season eight. When producer Paul Lieberstein was asked about it, he confirmed the news but did not provide a reason.
In the 2011 crime comedy-drama film ‘Violet & Daisy’, she shared screen space with Saoirse Ronan, Alexis Bledel, and James Gandolfini. After premiering at the Toronto International Films Festival in September 2011, the movie had a brief theatrical run. However, it was received negatively by the critics and made only $17,000 at the box office against its $8 million budget. Horn then appeared in the 2011 horror thriller ‘Occupant’.
She was cast as Brooke in Steven Soderbergh’s award-winning film ‘Magic Mike’ (2012). In David Ayer’s action crime-drama ‘End of Watch’ (2012), she played a minor character named Davis. The 2014 romantic comedy ‘Worst Friends’ is the first film in which she portrayed one of the main roles. In 2015, she appeared in two films, horror thriller ‘Demonic’ and indie drama ‘Burning Bodhi’. In the same year, she also played one of the first four women ever to graduate from Boston's Police Academy in 1978 in the telefilm ‘Broad Squad’. Horn essayed the role of Teddy in Kenny Ortega’s 2017 comedy ‘A Change of Heart’. Recently, she collaborated with writer/director Rachel Carey on the latter’s historical drama ‘Ask for Jane’ (2018).
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Family & Personal Life
Born on June 12, 1988, in Los Angeles, California, USA, Cody Horn is one of the two daughters of Cindy (née Harrell) and Alan F. Horn. Her sister’s name is Cassidy. Her mother, a former model and actress, has appeared in films like ‘Model Behaviour’ (1982), ‘The Final Terror’ (1983), and ‘Nothing in Common’ (1986). In 1988, she portrayed the recurring character Clarisse Porter in three episodes of the CBS soap opera ‘Falcon Crest’.
One of the most influential personalities in the entertainment industry, Alan F. Horn presently serves as the chief creative officer and co-chairman of Walt Disney Studios. Cody’s parents currently reside in the East Gate Bel Air section of Los Angeles, California.
Horn has a graduate degree from Harvard-Westlake School, an independent, co-educational preparatory day school situated in Los Angeles. She reportedly dated American professional basketball player Kevin Love between 2014 and 2015.

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