The American model, actress and environmentalist Cody Horn, is perhaps best known for her role as Jordan Garfield in the sitcom “The Office.”

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Age, Early Life, and Education Background

Cody Harrell Horn hails from Los Angeles, California, and was born under the Gemini zodiac sign on 12 June 1988, which makes her 34 years old as of 2022. Cody was raised in an affluent household – her father, Alan F. Horn, is an entertainment industry executive, who previously served as the Warner Bros president, while her mother, Cindy Harrell, is a former actress and model. She was raised alongside her one-year-younger sister, Cassidy Karen Horn, who also followed in their parent’s footsteps to become an accomplished actress – she is famously known for her appearance in the film “Veronica Mars.”

Cody attended the Los Angeles-based independent university preparatory Harvard-Westlake School, and completed her studies in 2006. She later joined New York University’s Gallatin School, from where she graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Philosophy in 2010.

Career

Before she began acting, Horn worked as a model, and posed for several brands such as Ralph Lauren, Polo Jeans, Give Campaign, and Ruehl. She made her screen debut in 2010 with her role of Emily in 10 episodes of the long-running FX comedy-drama series “Rescue Me.” In the same year, she appeared in five films, the most notable being the Rob Reiner-directed comedy-drama “Flipped,” the teen crime drama “Twelve,” and the thriller “Occupant.”

In 2011, Cody played Agent Brooke, who works closely with the protagonist, Neal Caffrey (played by Matt Bomer), in the USA Network TV mystery series “White Collar”; the show also stars Willie Garson, Tim DeKay, and Tiffani Thiessen. In the same year, she landed a role in the eighth and ninth seasons of the hit sitcom “The Office”, and appeared in three episodes. 2011 also saw her appearing alongside Alexis Bledel, Saoirse Ronan and Danny Trejo, in the American crime drama “Violet & Daisy.”

Horn shared the screen with some of the most notable Hollywood entertainers, such as Channing Tatum, Matthew McConaughey and Joe Manganiello among others, in the 2012 comedy-drama “Magic Mike.” The Steven Soderbergh-directed film was a commercial success, and won several awards including the Austin Film Critics Association, Film Independent Spirit, National Society of Film Critics’, and many more. It had an impressive box office collection of over $167 million against a budget of $7 million. Cody’s following starring roles were in the films “Worst Friends” in 2014, and “Demonic” in 2015. Her recent appearances have been in the Kenny Ortega-directed comedy “A Change of Heart” in 2017, and the Rachel Carey-directed historical drama movie “Ask for Jane,” in which she starred as Janice – the latter also starred Cait Cortelyou, Sarah Steele and Sarah Ramos.

Cody’s contribution as an environmental activist saw her scooping the Environmental Media Association’s Futures Award in 2011.

Social Media Platforms

Cody is active on Instagram and Twitter, using the platforms to update her fans about her recent and upcoming career endeavors – she has over 41,000 followers on the former, and 30,000 on the latter. She seems inactive on Facebook.

Personal Life

Previously, Cody was romantically linked with the famed National Basketball Association (NBA) player, Kevin Wesley Love – born in Santa Monica, California, on 7 September 1988, and an alumnus of the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), he plays for the Cleveland Cavaliers in the NBA. Love and Cody enjoyed going for photoshoots and spending time together, but their relationship didn’t stand the test of time, and only lasted for a year from 2014 to 2015. Kevin is now married to the Canadian model, Kate Bock – the duo began dating in 2016, announced their engagement in 2021, and eventually walked the aisle at the New York Public Library on 25 June 2022.

It’s rumored that Horn is dating a man named Reid Carolin – the duo is fond of posting their photos together on their respective Instagram handles. They also enjoy going to fancy clubs and restaurants together, and were previously spotted at the opening night of Magic Mike Las Vegas, which took place at Club Domina at Hard Rock Hotel and Casino. Previously “The Office” starlet revealed on Instagram that Reid is very supportive, and helps her fight depression. However, neither of them has confirmed whether they are in a relationship or not.

Height, Weight, and Physical Appearance

Cody is of Caucasian roots and has long blonde hair and a set of gray eyes. She’s 5ft 11ins (1.80m) tall and weighs approximately 130lbs (59kgs), with vital statistics of 34-25-35. She wears dress and shoe sizes 6(US) and 9(US) respectively.

Net Worth

Having shared the screen with notable personalities such as Channing Tatum and Matt Bomer, “The Office” starlet has become very famous in the American entertainment industry, which has seen her accumulate a decent net worth. She’s worth approximately $3 million as of 2022. On the other hand, her father Alan, has an impressive net worth of around $100 million.

Who Is Cody Horn’s Father, Alan F. Horn?

Alan Frederick Horn was born under the Pisces zodiac sign on 28 February 1943 (79 years old) in New York City, and was brought up in Long Island, New York. He attended Union College in Schenectady, New York, then joined the prestigious Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts. Before he began his career in the entertainment industry, Horn served as a US Air Force captain.

Alan began his career in the world of entertainment in the ‘70s, when he secured a job as the Chief Operating Officer (COO) and President of 20th Century Studios. He afterwards worked as CEO and Chairman of Embassy Communications. Alan later partnered with Andrew Scheinman, Rob Reiner, Glenn Padnick and Martin Shafer to create Castle Rock Entertainment, and was appointed CEO and Chairman of the firm. The company is known for releasing many hit projects, such as 1992’s “A Few Good Men,” 1994’s “The Shawshank Redemption,” and the acclaimed long-running show “Seinfeld.” In 1993, the firm was purchased by Turner Broadcasting System.

On top of serving as the head of Warner Bros., which has its headquarters in Burbank, California, Alan also came in as its COO from 1999 to 2012. The studio was among the most successful companies during his tenure, releasing many acclaimed projects including the “Harry Potter” film series, “Ocean’s Eleven” trilogy, several “Matrix” films, and “The Dark Knight” trilogy, among others. Subsequently, he landed a job as Walt Disney Studios’ chairman from 2012 to 2020. During his tenure, the studio produced many top-grossing hit projects, including “Marvel’s The Avengers,” “Zootopia,” “Frozen,” “Maleficent,” and many more. Additionally, he worked as the Chief Creative Officer of Walt Disney from 2019 to 2021. He made a comeback at Warner Bros. in July 2022, serving as a consultant.

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