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Cody Ko

Cody Ko
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Kolodziejzyk in 2019
Personal information
BornCody Michael Kolodziejzyk
(1990-11-22) 22 November 1990 (age 32)
Calgary, Alberta, Canada
NationalityCanadian
EducationDuke University
Occupation
Partner(s)Kesley Kreppel (eng. 2021)
Parent(s)Greg Kolodziejzyk
YouTube information
Channel
Years active2014–present
Genre
  • Commentary
  • comedy
Subscribers5.92 million[1]
Total views1.4 billion[1]
Associated actsNoel Miller
YouTube Silver Play Button 2.svg 100,000 subscribers 2016
YouTube Gold Play Button 2.svg 1,000,000 subscribers 2018
Cody Ko
GenresHip hop
Years active2017–present
LabelsArista Records
Member ofTiny Meat Gang

Last updated: January 26, 2022

Cody Michael Kolodziejzyk (born November 22, 1990; /ˌkɔːləˈɛ.sɪk/ Kaw-lə-JEH-sik,[2] Polish: [kɔwɔˈd͡ʑɛjt͡ʂɨk]), known online as Cody Ko, is a Canadian YouTuber and podcaster. His style of content is often crudely comedic and profane.[a] As of January 2023, Kolodziejzyk has over 5.9 million subscribers on his YouTube channel.

After majoring in computer science at Duke University, Kolodziejzyk worked as a mobile developer and began to upload to Vine, garnering almost two million followers on the platform before it closed in 2017. He shifted to uploading commentary videos on YouTube, where he and fellow YouTuber Noel Miller became popular co-hosting their reaction video series That's Cringe and the Tiny Meat Gang Podcast. They also began a comedy rap group of the same name, which released two extended plays and is signed to Arista Records. In 2019, influencer Jake Paul was criticized for accusing Kolodziejzyk of cyberbullying in his commentary videos, inadvertently causing Kolodziejzyk to gain 140 thousand subscribers.

In October 2021, Kolodziejzyk and Miller expanded their podcast into Tiny Meat Gang Studios, a comedy podcast network.

  1. ^ a b "About Cody Ko". YouTube.
  2. ^ Hales, Andrew Gerald; Kolodziejzyk, Cody Michael (June 15, 2017). Chatting with Cody Ko (Interview). LAHWF. Event occurs at 0:16–0:37. Pronunciation begins at 0:19. Retrieved October 9, 2022 – via YouTube.


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