Cody A. Longo was born in Littleton, Colorado. Growing up, Cody was very artistic and very into music. He taught himself how to play the piano at a young age. He started his acting when he was young doing impersonations, stage, and studying theater. Cody has been quoted to never being into children shows growing up, having more interest in more mature dramatic shows and movies even as a young kid.Cody, later moved to Los Angeles to pursue acting, studying both theater and psychology.In 2006, Cody was the new face for the international Abercrombie & Fitch Campaign shot by Bruce Weber.After modeling and working commercially, Cody proved himself of being a hard worker while working with the musical Wicked!. He started working on a few small gigs before getting the role of Evan for the newest Bring It On movie in 2009. A few months after Bring It On: Fight to the Finish (2009) was released, Cody's next film, Fame (2009), was released world wide in theaters. Cody had a recurring role on the popular ABC Family drama Make It or Break It (2009) as Nicky Russo. He also worked on the popular show Brothers and Sisters playing a Young Tommy, in which TV guide announced as one of the best flashback acting jobs on TV. Cody's also appeared in an independent movie called High School (2010) that premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in January of 2010 with great reviews, as well as the summer thriller flick Piranha 3D (2010) which was released world wide in August. For about four months in 2010, Cody filmed Not Today (2011) in India, then signed on to be Young Isaac in the 2011 drama movie For the Love of Money which was shot in Los Angeles.Throughout 2010, Cody started working with his Make It or Break It co-star and friend Johnny Pacar on a musical project which became known as the band Forever The Day. In August of 2010, the band released their first EP and a few months later, the band geared up for their first performance at The Mint in Los Angeles among family, friends and fans. Cody continues to compose on the piano, and with the band as well during off time from his acting career.