Hollywood actor Lance Reddick, best known for his roles on The Wire and John Wick, has died at the age of 60. His body was discovered at his Studio City residence on March 17 at around 9:30 a.m., according to reports. Although the exact cause of death is still unknown, sources say it was a natural death. The actor, who plays Charon in John Wick: Chapter 4, went on a press tour for the film, which opens on March 24.
He was reportedly supposed to make a guest appearance on Kelly Clarkson’s talk show the following week. One day before her passing, she shared her post on her Instagram account, which was an announcement that she captioned: “On screen and off, it’s no wonder I love pampering my dogs. @officialhardrock makes it easy with a full line of @johnwickmovie swag for dogs available at @hardrockhotels Unleashed locations, and a very special #NationalPuppyDay event at @hardrockhotelnyc to support @animalleague. See my story for more information. #HardRockJW4.”
Fans are mourning the loss of their favorite actor. One fan wrote, “Sir, all of his roles were amazing and he seems like a lovely person. May he rest in peace and power.” Another fan wrote: “Removed too soon, thanks for being one of my favorite actors. Especially when it came to Destiny. Rest in the parade.
Notable Reddick Performances:
The prison drama series Oz gave Reddick his first big role in 2000, where he played an undercover officer after making sporadic appearances for the first few years. In 2002, he was cast as a police lieutenant in the drama series The Wire. From 2008 to 2013, Reddick also appeared in the sci-fi series Fringe, for which he received two Saturn Award nominations. Another major role in his career was as an assistant director on the crime drama series Bosch from 2014 to 2021.
Reddick leaves behind his wife, Stephanie, as well as their children, Christopher Reddick and Yvonne Nicole Reddick.
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