Cody Longo Found Dead

Cody Longo, 34, A Star On “Days Of Our Lives,” Recently Discovered Dead

Cody Longo, a star on the soap opera Days of Our Lives, has passed away at the age of 34.

The actor became famous for portraying Nicholas “Nikki” Alamain on the NBC daytime drama Days of Our Lives in 2011. His representative has verified his demise.

As reported by TMZ, Longo was discovered deceased in his Austin, Texas, residence on February 8th.

Longo’s wife, Stephanie Clark, was contacted by Authorities; she was working at a dance studio and worried about her husband while he was alone.

After learning of Longo’s passing, Clark released a statement, saying, “Cody was our whole world.”

As the message went on, “The kids and I are shattered and beyond devastated,” Variety said. When it came to being a father, he was unparalleled. To this day, we continue to think about you often and feel our love for you deeply.

Longo is well-known for his recurrent performances on Daytime’s Days of Our Lives as well as ABC Family’s gymnastics drama Make It or Break It, CBS’s Nashville, and Nick at Nite’s Hollywood Heights.

Longo starred as Eddie Duran for 78 episodes of the latter.

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In 2020, Longo was arrested for assaulting his wife. In 2021, he was accused of the se*ual assault of a nine-year-old girl and pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor assault offense.

The actor played Jo Danville’s son, Tyler Josephson, in two episodes of CSI: New York and he guest starred as Nathan Culver on CSI: Crime Scene Investigation.

His wife and three kids (including Longo’s daughter) will miss him dearly.

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You may reach the NSPCC 24/7 at their toll-free number, 0800 1111 if you’re a kid who has experienced abuse or neglect and needs assistance. If you’re an adult worried about a kid, you can phone the NSPCC at 0808 800 5000. Adults can call 0808 801 0331 to reach the National Association for People Abused in Childhood (Napac).

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