Cody Kolodziejzky, better known as Cody Ko, is a Canadian-American YouTube personality who is known for his short comedy skits on Vine. Take a look below for 23 more interesting and fun facts about Cody Ko.
1. He’s part of the comedy duo Tiny Meat Gang.
2. Cody was born in Calgary, Alberta, to Helen and Greg Kolodziejzky.
3. He graduated from Springbank Community High School and later went on to attend Duke University in Durham, North Carolina.
4. He graduated in 2012 with a degree in computer science.
5. Cody first became popular on Vine for making short comedy skits.
6. He now runs a YouTube channel where he uploads a variety of videos mainly critiquing and commenting on other personalities and videos on YouTube and Instagram.
7. He is friends with former Vine and YouTube personality, Noel Miller, often collaborating with him on commentary videos, as well as making music together as comedy rap duo Tiny Meat Gang.
8. Tiny Meat Gang has released Hip-Hop music albums “Bangers & Ass” on December 15, 2017 and “Locals Only” on December 20, 2018.
9. The duo host a commentary series together called “That’s Cringe.”
10. They run a podcast called the Tiny Meat Gang Podcast.
11. Cody often collaborates with his girlfriend Kelsey Kreppel.
12. In 2017, Cody Ko joined the cast of “Real Bros of Simi Valley” alongside fellow YouTube star Jimmy Tatro.
13. He portrays a character named Wade Sanders, the show depicts the story of four best friends living in Simi Valley, California who haven’t grown out of their high school ways.
14. He has over 3 million subscribers on YouTube.
15. He posted his first video to Vine on April 3, 2013.
16. He auditioned as Mary Poppins in what would be the first #6secondauditions video ever.
17. He accumulated more than 2.7 million followers on Vine before it was shutdown.
18. Ko has more than 1 million followers on Instagram.
19. His sister appears on his Vine channel.
20. His father and dog have appeared on his Instagram posts.
21. Cody began dating Kelsey Kreppel in 2017.
22. His #6secondauditions idea inspired videos from fellow Viners Alx James and Josh Darnit to create their own adaptions for the hashtag.
23. At the age of 20, he designed an app called “I’d Cap That.”