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Diablo Cody (Brook Busey) was born on 14 June, 1978 in Lemont, Illinois, United States, is a Screenwriter and author. Discover Diablo Cody’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of networth at the age of 45 years old?

Popular As Brook Busey
Occupation Writer, producer
Age 45 years old
Zodiac Sign Gemini
Born 14 June 1978
Birthday 14 June
Birthplace Lemont, Illinois, United States
Nationality United States

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She is a member of famous Writer with the age 45 years old group.

Diablo Cody Height, Weight & Measurements

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Who Is Diablo Cody’s Husband?

Her husband is Dan Maurio (m. 2009), Jon Hunt (m. 2004–2007)

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Husband Dan Maurio (m. 2009), Jon Hunt (m. 2004–2007)
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Children 3

Diablo Cody Net Worth

Her net worth has been growing significantly in 2022-2023. So, how much is Diablo Cody worth at the age of 45 years old? Diablo Cody’s income source is mostly from being a successful Writer. She is from United States. We have estimated
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, money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2023 $1 Million – $5 Million
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Source of Income Writer

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Cody created, wrote, and produced Showtime’s television series United States of Tara (2009–2011) and wrote and produced the films Jennifer’s Body (2009) and Young Adult (2011). For Young Adult, she received a second nomination for the Writers Guild of America Award for Best Original Screenplay. Her directorial debut, Paradise, was released on October 18, 2013.

In May 2013, it was announced that Cody will host her own talk show, Me Time with Diablo Cody, at TBS. The program will tailor “around Diablo’s unique perspective on all things pop culture and told in her very own tongue-in-cheek way,” and “reveal a side of Hollywood and celebs that the public very rarely gets to see.” Steve Agee will be presenting and writing with her as well. Cody is also a producer, alongside Mark Cronin and Courtland Cox. The pilot of the talk show is in works.


On the WTF with Marc Maron podcast, on February 24, 2012, she said her next project would be directing her first film, which is about a young woman who abandons religion after surviving a plane crash. In February 2013, she said that the film is called Paradise (firstly known as Lamb of God). Julianne Hough, Holly Hunter, Octavia Spencer, and Russell Brand are in the cast. Mandate Pictures produced it.

For Young Adult, Cody was nominated by awards associations such as the Broadcast Film Critics Association and the Writers Guild of America. With Reitman, the director, and the actors Charlize Theron and Patton Oswalt, she shared the Chairman’s Vanguard Award at the Palm Springs International Film Festival. In 2012, the Fempire, the collaboration of writers Cody, Dana Fox, Liz Meriwether, and Lorene Scafaria received the Creativity and Sisterhood Award from the Athena Film Festival for their support for one another in the competitive film industry.


Since October, 2011, Cody has hosted an online celebrity interview program called “Red Band Trailer,” on the broadband channel, L-studio. She originally launched the series privately on YouTube in summer 2010, and the Lexus channel picked it up the following year.


On April 6, 2010, Cody announced that she was expecting her first child with her husband Dan Maurio, who worked on Chelsea Lately, on which Cody also appeared frequently as a “roundtable” guest. The couple married in the summer of 2009. Their son was born in 2010. Cody had her second child in 2012. As of 2018, Cody and Maurio have three children.


The Juno script was read by many in Hollywood before the film was released, bringing Cody more opportunities. In July 2007, Showtime announced that it would be producing a pilot of Cody’s DreamWorks television series, United States of Tara. Based on an idea by Steven Spielberg, Tara is a comedy about a mother with dissociative identity disorder, starring Toni Collette. The series began filming in Spring 2008, and premiered on January 18, 2009.

In October 2007, Cody sold a script titled Girly Style to Universal Studios, and a horror script called Jennifer’s Body to Fox Atomic. Released on September 18, 2009, Jennifer’s Body starred Megan Fox as the title character and Amanda Seyfried as the supporting character. She revised writer-director Steven Antin’s script for his musical film Burlesque.

In 2009, Cody signed on to script and produce a film adaptation of the Sweet Valley High young adult book series. In 2011, she was brought in to revise first-time feature director Fede Alvarez’s script for the remake of Sam Raimi’s 1980s horror film The Evil Dead.


Juno was runner-up for the Toronto International Film Festival People’s Choice Award, won second prize at the Rome Film Festival, and earned four Academy Award nominations, including one for Best Picture. Cody herself won an Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay for her debut script, which also picked up a Golden Globe nomination and an Independent Spirit Award for Best First Screenplay. She also won screenplay honors from BAFTA, the Writers Guild of America, the Broadcast Film Critics Association, the National Board of Review, the Satellite Awards, and the 2008 Cinema for Peace Award for Most Valuable Work of Director, Producer & Screenwriter (which she shared with Jason Reitman, John Malkovich, Mason Novick, Russel Smith and Lianne Halfon).


While still stripping, Cody began writing for City Pages, an alternative Twin Cities weekly newspaper. She left City Pages just before it changed editorial hands, and has since written for the now-defunct Jane magazine. In December 2007, Cody began writing a column for the magazine Entertainment Weekly.


After completion of her book, Cody was encouraged by Mason Novick to try writing a screenplay. Within months she wrote Juno, a coming-of-age story about a teenager’s unplanned pregnancy. The script was completed in February 2005, and was optioned by a producer by that summer. The Jason Reitman-directed comedy stars Ellen Page and Michael Cera.


In her book, Cody wrote fondly of her boyfriend “Jonny” (Jon Hunt). They were married from 2004 until 2007, during which time she was known in personal life as Brook Busey-Hunt.


In March 2003, Cody started an adult blog called The Pussy Ranch, using a pen name invented while speeding through Cody, Wyoming listening to the song “El Diablo” by Arcadia. On a whim, Cody signed up for amateur night at a Minneapolis strip club called the Skyway Lounge. Having enjoyed the experience, and seeing reader interest, she eventually quit her day job to become a full-time stripper. Cody also spent time working peep shows at Sex World, a Minneapolis adult novelty and DVD store.


In 2000, she graduated from the University of Iowa with a media studies degree. While at the University of Iowa, she worked in the acquisitions department in the main university library. Her first jobs were doing secretarial work at a Chicago law firm and later proofreading copy for advertisements that played on Twin Cities radio stations.


Brook Maurio (born June 14, 1978), pen name Diablo Cody, is an American writer and producer. She became known for her candid blog and subsequent memoir, Candy Girl: A Year in the Life of an Unlikely Stripper (2005), Cody achieved critical acclaim for her debut feature film script, Juno (2007), winning the Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay, the BAFTA Award for Best Original Screenplay, the Independent Spirit Award for Best First Screenplay, and the Writers Guild of America Award for Best Original Screenplay.