Cody Longo, well known for his role as Nicholas Alamain on Days of Our Lives in 2011, died at the age of 34. Alex Gittelson, his agent, reported his death.
The cause of his death has now been determined. According to TMZ, Longo died as a result of persistent alcohol consumption. According to the autopsy report obtained by TMZ, he died naturally as a result of “chronic ethanol abuse.”
“Before he became a client, Cody was a close friend.” My heart breaks for his lovely wife and children. He had stepped away from acting to concentrate on his music career and spend more time with his family in Nashville.” Nonetheless, Gittelson and he had been in touch on a regular basis, and he was anxious to return to acting.
Gittelson praised Longo, describing him as a “loyal, loving, and talented person” who adored his wife, children, and admirers. He was set to play Luke in the upcoming film Killing Games, alongside Chelan Simmons, Garrett Clayton, Tiffany Hines, Jordan Hayes, Hayley Hasselhoff, and Robert Vito.
Cody Longo, also known as Cody Anthony, has tremendous talent as both an actor and a vocalist. He was the keyboardist for the band Forever the Day between 2010 and 2012. He left the band and signed a solo contract with Mirrorball Entertainment.
Over the next few years, he recorded several famous tracks, including his first singles, “Atmosphere,” “Falling Into You,” and “She Said.” He had already established himself as a successful actor, having appeared in a number of well-known films and television shows.
Cody married Stephanie Clark, his true love, in October 2015. The couple’s three children were born during the preceding seven years: a 7-year-old daughter named Lyla, a 5-year-old boy named Elijah, and a 19-month-old son named Noah. They routinely exchanged photos of their children.
“To us, Cody was everything. Along with the kids, I am absolutely sad and shattered. He was a wonderful father and parent.” Clark said in a statement released following his death, “We will always and forever miss and love you.” His legacy will live on thanks to Stephanie, Lyla, Elijah, and Noah.”
Cody Longo had just recently turned 34 years old when he left, but he had already done a great deal in his life and profession, some of which have already been discussed. He played Eddie, a dancer, in Hip Hop Kidz: It’s a Beautiful Thing in 2006, and Dave in Ball Don’t Lie in 2008.
With roles in Bring It On: Fight to the Finish, Fame, Medium, Make It Or Break It, and Three Rivers, the actor had a productive 2009. The next year, he replaced Joe Jonas on Brothers & Sisters and appeared in High School and Piranha 3D. He has since made several more television and film appearances.