Actor Lance Reddick Leaves Behind Iconic Legacy

by Adeola Adeyeye
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Lance Reddick

Actor Lance Reddick, best known for his roles in HBO’s “The Wire” and the “John Wick” movie franchise, has passed away at the age of 60.

Reddick was found deceased in his home in Studio City on the morning of March 18th, according to police reports. The cause of death is currently unknown, but authorities suspect it was due to natural causes.

The actor had been in the midst of a press tour for the upcoming “John Wick 4” film, in which he portrays the character of Charon. He had also been scheduled to appear on the Kelly Clarkson show next week.

Lance Reddick’s career spanned several hit television shows, including “Fringe,” “Bosch,” “Oz,” and “Lost,” in addition to his critically acclaimed performance as Baltimore police officer Cedrick Daniels in “The Wire.” He also appeared in films such as “Angel Has Fallen” and “Godzilla vs. Kong.”

Despite his passing, Lance Reddick has several unreleased projects in the works. They include his portrayal of the Greek god Zeus in the upcoming Disney+ series “Percy Jackson and the Olympians.

Born and raised in Baltimore, Reddick earned a music degree from the University of Rochester. From there, he proceeded to pursue his MFA at Yale. He leaves behind a legacy of iconic performances and a career that touched the hearts of many.

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