Cody Kennedy Net Worth

Cody Kennedy was born on December 18, 1910 in  Los Angeles, California, United States, is Actress, Writer, Producer. Cody Kennedy is an American actress with a wide range of film and television roles under her belt. As a teen, Cody acted in numerous music videos for top artists like Justin Timberlake', Miley Cyrus, and Steve Aoki. Both David Fincher and Brett Ratner handpicked Cody for their projects. Music videos segued to commercials, including a Sears commercial directed by Janusz Kaminski. She smoothly transitioned into print and runway modeling. Cody has been seen in numerous publications nationally and internationally - notable cover and feature as Nylon Magazine's "It Girl" alongside Zooey Deschanel.On the television and film front, Cody gained a strong tween following after guest starring on Disney Channel's "The Suite Life on Deck", playing the coveted role of the Junior Chess Champion of Russia, Sasha Matryoshka. Since then she has appeared on different series such as CSI: NY, The Muppets, Super Fun Night, Madden Girl, and This is Fashion. With a slew of award-winning short films, she captivates audiences with her radiating presence. She has also starred in viral Internet sketches including "Superman Found Footage" and "Shit You've Done in an Uber", produced by Jon FavreauCody costars alongside James Franco and Thomas Mann in Memoria (2015) - portraying the role of Natasha Illichev, the dark object of the desire. Her newest television credits include a recurring role on the Vimeo drama series, Beautiful Fools. A costar in Jason Reitman's Golden Globe nominated HULU original comedy, Casual (2015), and she appears in the seventh season on the TNT's hit crime drama _"Rizzoli & Isles"(2010-2016)_ as the quick witted, Mary Henderson. She stars in Anchor Bay's horror comedy, 'Fog City (2017)' and joins the first season of Marvel's newest action drama Runaways (2017) _ on HULU.
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Age, Biography and Wiki

Who is it? Actress, Writer, Producer
Birth Day December 18, 1910
Birth Place  Los Angeles, California, United States
Age 110 YEARS OLD
Died On August 15, 1981(1981-08-15) (aged 70)\nSanta Maria, California, United States
Birth Sign Capricorn
Occupation Author
Period 1934 - 1981
Literary movement Western fiction, Crime Fiction, Children's Fiction
Notable works Big Mutt, Halter-Broke

💰 Net worth: Under Review

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Biography/Timeline

1880

Reese was born in Sweetwater, Nebraska, and died in Santa Maria, California. He went to school in Nebraska and Kansas. "I was the eldest of six children of a very poor couple. My father was a horse breaker and former cavalryman; my mother was the daughter of a frontier blacksmith and woodworker. I may be the last professional Writer who talked to those survivors of the 1880s and 1890s and who grew up in the same environment. It was a specialized education for one job alone, the one I have." He married Margaret Smith in 1938, was divorced, and married Norma Spivack in 1962. Altogether he had seven children, one of whom was adopted. In addition to writing, John H. Reese worked for the U.S. Department of Internal Revenue and as a reporter for the Los Angeles Examiner in California and as a free-lance for newspapers in Mexico. His first Western novel was Signal Guns at Sunup written under the pseudonym of John Jo Carpenter. He is survived by his great granddaughter Kim who is also a published author.

1930

Reese finished high school, but considered himself "self-taught". He began writing primarily western stories for the pulps in the 1930s. His westerns appeared in such magazines as 10 Story Western, Ace High, Argosy, Big Book Western, Dime Western Magazine, and Ranch Romances. His mysteries appeared in such magazines as Black Mask, Detective Tales, Speed Detective, Super Detective, Ellery Queen's and Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine. He also wrote for the pulp magazine Man from U.N.C.L.E. in the 1960s. He graduated to writing for the slicks and glossies and sold stories in the high-end market to The Saturday Evening Post, Atlantic Monthly, Collier's, and Playboy. He was a leading freelance contributor to The Saturday Evening Post for 18 years (1944–1962). Reese was "a nut about the English language", "delighted in good prose and was a fine Stylist himself." Sheehan's Mill was described as "a first novel with unexpected approach and fresh personal style."

1952

Big Mutt, Reese's first children's book, was about a sheep dog in the badlands of North Dakota. It won the 1952 New York Herald Tribune award for best children's book. He continued to write children's books through the 1960s, but thereafter concentrated on his Westerns. The Jesus on Horseback trilogy is considered his best work. Among his many pseudonyms are: Eddie Abbott, John Jo Carpenter, Camford Cheavly, Camford Sheaveley, Camford Sheavely, and Cody Kennedy, Jr. The John H. Reese manuscript collection is located at the American Heritage Center (formerly the Western History Research Center) at the University of Wyoming in Laramie. Several of his Western stories were made into films, including Good Day for a Hanging (1959) from the story Frontier Frenzy, and The Young Land (1959) based upon a short story by Reese. Charley Varrick (1973) was based on his crime novel The Looters, His stories were the basis for many radio and television broadcasts, including NBC's Theatre Newsstand Radio Broadcast, ABC's Five Star Matinee Radio Broadcast, and The DuPont Show of the Week.