Lew Cody was an American actor.
Lew Cody was born Louis Joseph Côté on February 22nd, in Berlin, New Hampshire, United States. His zodiac sign was Pisces.
He died on Thursday, May 31st, 1934 at the age of fifty (50) in Beverly Hills, Los Angeles, California, United States.
As an actor, Lew Cody has acted in movies such as "Three Girls Lost", released in 1931 as William (Jack) Marriott, "The Shooting of Dan McGrew" (1924) playing Dangerous Dan McGrew, "What a Widow!" (1930) (character: Victor), "Sporting Blood" (1931) playing Tip Scanlon, "Three Women" (1924) playing Edmund Lamont, and "Souls for Sale" (1923) in which he plays Owen Scudder.
Directed by: C. Brabin, starring C. Gable, E. Torrence, M. Evans, L. Cody...
Three Girls Lost
Directed by: S. Lanfield, starring L. Young, L. Cody, J. Wayne, J. Marsh...
What a Widow!
Directed by: A. Dwan, starring G. Swanson, O. Moore, L. Cody, M. Livingston...
Directed by: K. Vidor, starring M. Davies, W. Haines, D. Henderson, P. Ralli...
The Tower of Lies
Directed by: V. Sjöström, starring N. Shearer, L. Chaney, I. Keith, C. McDowell...
Directed by: E. Lubitsch, starring M. McAvoy, P. Frederick, M. Prevost, L. Cody...
The Shooting of Dan McGrew
Directed by: C. G. Badger, starring B. La Marr, L. Cody, M. Busch, P. Marmont...
Souls for Sale
Directed by: R. Hughes, starring E. Boardman, F. Mayo, R. Dix, M. Busch...
Directed by: F. Richard Jones, J. Young, starring M. Normand, G. Nichols, W. Oakman, M. Durfee...
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