At 27 years old, Cody Simpson has this physical status:
Cody Robert Simpson (born 11 January 1997) is an Australian musician, singer, songwriter, dancer, actor, and model.
He has worked with talent agency ICM Partners. In the Broadway musical Anastasia from November 2018 to April 2019, he played lead role.
He appeared on The Masked Singer in the first season in Australia the same year.
Simpson was born in Meadowbrook, Queensland, to Brad and Angie Simpson. Throughout his childhood, he attended All Saints Anglican School. Tom and Alli, he has two younger siblings. Simpson began to record songs in his bedroom during the summer of 2009, performing "I'm Yours" by Jason Mraz, "Cry Me a River" and "Select" by Justin Timberlake, "I Want You Back" by The Jackson 5, "One" and "Perfect" by Justin Timberlake, as well as his own songs, "I'm Yours" by Justin Timberlake, "I Want You Back" by Justin Timberlake, "I Want You Back" by Justin Timberlake's
Simpson has several tattoos on his body: his record label, which depicts the sun, sea, and earth on his left forearm; a large sun on his right arm; skull and crossbones inked on his chest; and a thumb-sized drawing of Elvis Presley on his forearm.
Simpson dated Gigi Hadid from 2013 to May 2015. Miley Cyrus dated from October 2019 to August 2020. Marloes Stevens, a Belgian-American model, was first dated by Simpson in December 2020 before the pair split in January 2022. Simpson declared in July 2022 that he was dating Emma McKeon, a fellow Australian swimmer.
Simpson's ascension to fame was highlighted on The 7.30 Report in December 2009. On May 15, 2010, he released "iYi" (which also stars American rapper Flo Rida) on his debut single. Simpson's second single, "Summertime," was released on September 20, 2010. Simpson and his family moved to Los Angeles in June 2010 to record his songs with Atlantic Records' Shawn Campbell. Simpson appeared on Sunrise for the same month. Simpson and other performers, as well as other musicians, would tour around the United States on June 22, 2010. The tour started on July 5th, 2010 and ended on August 14th, 2010. Also this year, there was a middle school tour that ran from October to November 2010 and covered nine states in the United States. On December 21, 2010, an EP, 4 U, was released. The EP featured five tracks in total, four of which were previously unveiled. Simpson made a remake of the song "I Want Candy" by The Strangeloves as the main theme song on the Easter-themed live-action/CGI-animated film Hop. Simpson was "egged" during a live show at Westfield Miranda in Sydney in May 2011. Simpson told Australian radio station The Kyle & Jackie O Show that he was not actually struck by the eggs and that he was outraged on behalf of his followers, as the remainder of his show was postponed due to security concerns. He began the Waiting 4U tour with American singer Greyson Chance on 9 April in Ivins, Utah. The tour ended in Portland, Oregon, on May 18, 2011.
Atlantic Records first announced the Coast to Coast on September 20th. It has landed at number 12 on the Billboard 200 and has sold 24,000 copies. Simpson's single "On My Mind" was released on April 23, 2011. On August 5, 2011, he appeared on The Today Show for the fifth time. Simpson launched his Coast to Coast Mall Tour in Lake Grove, New York, the following day, promoting his second EP. He appeared on nine dates around the country and ended it in Orange, California, on September 18, 2011. It was announced on September 22nd that Cody Simpson had recruited Justin Bieber's boss, Scooter Braun, as his own.
Simpson's debut studio album, Paradise, was released on June 12, 2012, and it contained four songs from his forthcoming debut studio album, Paradise. Simpson toured Europe in February 2013 and began touring Europe, as well as assisting Justin Bieber on several of the European Believe tour dates. Surfers Paradise, Simpson's first album to debut in the top ten of the Billboard 200 on July 16, 2013, is Simpson's first album to debut in the top ten. During the summer of 2013, Simpson headlined the Paradise Tour, which featured opening acts Ryan Beatty and Before You Exit. Simpson released The Acoustic Sessions, an acoustic album featuring "Pretty Brown Eyes," "All Day," "Wish U Were Here," "Wish U Were Here," and a cap of "Please Come Home for Christmas" that was recorded acoustically on November 19th.
During ABC's Good Morning America, Simpson was named as one of the celebrities to watch on the 18th season of Dancing with the Stars. Witney Carson, a professional dancer, was partnered with him. He was disqualified on Week 5 of the season and finished in ninth place.
Simpson performed in Europe from 30 June 2014 to July 14, 2014 with singer Jackson Harris.
Simpson announced in August 2014 that he had left Warner/Atlantic. He cited creative differences as the reason for his departure, and as a result, is now unsigned.
Simpson's album Free was supposed to be published on June 23, 2015, but it was postponed to 10 July. On February 6, 2015, Simpson performed "Flower," the first single on Good Morning America. It's his first album as an independent artist since leaving Atlantic Records to create his own brand, Coast House. Cisco Adler produced the album, which also included songwriting collaborations with G. Love and Donavon Franken. As a sounding board, John Mayer served as a board member. On NBC's Today show on July 13, Cody performed his single "New Issues" on NBC's Today show on July 13, 2015. Cody took a break from his long-time solo career to launch a new band with his close mates Adrian Cota and Khari Mateen on November 1, 2015.
Simpson formed Cody Simpson and the Tide, a new band formed in 2017, and the single "Waiting for the Tide" debuted. Cody Simpson, guitar, and drums are among Cody Simpson's and Guitar's bandmates, Adrian Cota on drums, and Shareef "Reef" Addo on bass. In the fall of 2017, Cody and the Tide released Wave One, their first EP. The music is a mash-up of pop, rock, blues, and surf-rock. Wave One was created by the band's various influences and musical tastes. Simpson sings of passion, family, ecology, and ocean conservation on their four-track EP. "Waiting for the Tide," the EP's debut single, was inspired by a poem by Simpson that addressed topics such as rising water levels and ocean conservation. The band's "Underwater" music video song was released in August 2018. Cody and the Tide spent a short tour of southern California in October to perform their EP. The band split up in early 2019, after almost three years together.
Simpson released the song Golden Thing, which he wrote for Miley Cyrus on October 18, 2019, despite his separation from his band and focusing on his solo career. He appeared on The Masked Singer Australia as the "Robot" in the same year and went on to win the competition. On YouTube and Spotify, he released "Nice To Meet You" and "Let Go" on 2022.
He made his television debut in 2014 by appearing in a sitcom Instant Mom. Simpson guest appeared on the American television sitcom Cougar Town in 2015, portraying Pete, a high school student. In the same year, he secured a role in Nickelodeon's One Crazy Cruise, where he appeared as both Ellie Jensen-Bauer's love interest and starred as himself. Simpson appeared in Bret Easton Ellis' thriller film Smiley Face Killers, opposite actor Crispin Glover, in late 2017. He appeared on Theatre in October 2018 as the leading male character Dmitry in the Broadway musical Anastasia, alongside John Bolton and Christy Altomare.
Simpson was an excellent swimmer in his younger years. He competed at the Melbourne Swimming Championships under coach Ken Nixon and captured two gold medals. Angie's mother served as a volunteer at the swimming club for many years.
Simpson switched his attention away from his music career to competitive swimming in 2019, joining the University of Southern California (USC) Trojan Swim Elite team in Los Angeles under new head coach Dave Salo. Simpson, who was competing in his first meet in nearly a decade, took the 100 yard butterfly in the 24th position out of 29 entrants in a time of 51.51. Brett Hawke, a two-time Olympian, worked with different coaches to develop his swimming skills. After running a time of 54.90, he announced on social media that he had qualified for the Australian Olympic trials in the 100 meter butterfly.
Simpson appeared in the swimming documentary Head Above Water, which promoted his return to swimming and was released on Amazon Prime Video on June 20, 2021.
Simpson continued to improve in the run up to the 2021 Australian Swimming Trials, which took place in Adelaide, South Australia, in June 2021. Simpson set a personal record time of 50.22 in the 100 meter freestyle at the conference, but the finals were unable to progress to the finals. Simpson finished in the 100 meter butterfly in 52.84, qualifying fifth and advance to the final in the preliminary heats. Simpson failed to qualify for the Tokyo Olympics after finishing in eighth place in an age of 52.94.
Simpson had been training under coach Michael Bohl at Griffith University before the trials began, and had returned to Australia in the lead up to the litigation.
Simpson was competing in the Australian Swimming Championships, which took place in Adelaide, South Australia, in May 2022. Simpson qualified second in the preliminary heats in the 100 meter butterfly after placing second in the preliminary heats in a time of 51.79. He swam a 51.96 to third place in the final, and initially thought Simpson had qualified for the 2022 World Aquatics Championships in Budapest, Hungary, as Kyle Chalmers did not want to swim, but Chalmers later ruled against Simpson, causing him to withdraw. Simpson swam a time of 23.79 in the preliminary heats to finish fifth and advance to the final, where he finished in fourth place with a time of 23.68. Simpson also swam in the 100 meter freestyle, swimming a time of 49.43, but he was disqualified after a false start. Simpson advanced into the final after a time of 49.34 seconds, with the disqualification being overturned on protest.
Simpson was chosen for the 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham, England, on May 22, 2022. Simpson was chosen to swim in the 50 meter butterfly on the first day of competition after Isaac Cooper was sent home from the Games. In the preliminary heats, he swam a 23.84 to qualify in the tenth fastest for the semifinal, but he did not make it to the final after finishing in 14th place in a time of 23.87. Simpson was a member of the 4 - 100 meter freestyle relay, and he was swimming the second leg in the heats. Australia defeated Australia in the final, where they gained a gold medal for his 48.86 split time. Simpson made it to the semifinals in the 100 meter butterfly after qualifying fifth in the preliminary heats in a time of 52.47. He swam a time of 52.16, placing fifth and making it to the final, where he swam fifth in a time of 52.06. Simpson was also a participant in the 4 - 100 meter relay, swimming a 51.49 split for the butterfly leg. His efforts helped Australia progress to the finals, where they received a silver medal.
Simpson took five events at the Australian Short Course Swimming Championships in Sydney, New South Wales, in August 2022. He swam a 23.13 in the preliminary heats to finish third and advance to the final, where he placed fourth with a time of 23.06. Simpson swam a time of 47.89 in the preliminary heats, but he was unable to advance to the final after finishing 12th. Simpson finished third in the 100 meter butterfly preliminary heats in a time of 51.15, making it to the final, where he finished fourth in a time of 50.46. Simpson finished eighth in the preliminary heats with a time of 21.88 and advanced to the finals, where he swam a 21.67 to finish in seventh place. Simpson finished third in the 100 meter individual medley, qualifying third in the preliminary heats at 53.56 seconds. Simpson swam a 52.67 to finish second second behind American Grant House in the finals, but Simpson earned his first Australian to finish, earning him a gold medal.
Olympic swimmer Emma McKeon is glamorous in green as she attends the Australian Open after being crowned Young Australian of the Year
As Emma McKeon gives fans an intimate glimpse at their personal lives together, she pays homage to boyfriend Cody Simpson on his gruesome birthday
Cody Simpson is getting real about what life was like while dating Miley Cyrus!
The two dated for almost a year before splitting up back in August of last year, of course, and while they have each remained relatively quiet about their time together up until this point, Cody is changing things up with a new interview.
Plus, Miley Cyrus Reveals Her First Sexual Experience Was A Threesome AND Drops Truth Bombs About Liam Hemsworth & Cody Simpson!
Newly single Miley Cyrus is promoting the s**t out of her new track Midnight Sky, which she officially released along with a music video on Thursday night!
And with it, the performer opened up about her past relationships, namely with Liam Hemsworth, Cody Simpson, and even Kaitlynn Carter, which coincides with her song all about being “born to run.” Ahead of the single dropping yesterday, Cyrus joined Alexandra Cooper on the Call Her Daddy podcast where she revealed more about her decade of love with the Australian star, as well as her first sexual experiences as a teen — with girls!
2020 has not been kind to celebrity couples, and unfortunately, Miley Cyrus & Cody Simpson are the latest pair to call it quits!
According to multiple sources, the 27-year-old Wrecking Ball singer and Australian actor quietly broke up in the past few weeks! At this time, it’s still unclear what led to the split.
My first Commonwealth Games done & dusted. For me, the very act of training morning and night and the thrill of racing is rewarding enough - but to walk away from my international swimming debut with a gold and silver medal (for my swims in the men’s 4x100 freestyle and 4x100 medley relay heats) is something beyond articulation for now. Thanks all. Ready to go back to work, keep improving on my individual events and perhaps explore new territory. I’m honoured to represent Australia and represent all the kids who decide to walk steadfastly in the direction of their dreams, it’s never too late!
I’m proud to announce I have signed with speedo & am officially swimming professionally. Today marks the accomplishment of a dream I’ve had since I was a little boy. Speedo has been my go-to swim brand since I started racing at the age of 8, and I’ve always wanted to swim for them! I’m stoked to have their support moving forward through to 2024, beginning with my first Australian team this summer. speedoausnz
Opening the green & gold Australian tracksuit and gear for the first time upon entering the Games Village. I didn’t quite anticipate how immensely it would impact me in the moment. I’m proud to be representing Australia for the first time in the pool here at the Commonwealth Games. See you on the other side.