Star of The Wire and John Wick, Lance Reddick, dies at age 60


The 60-year-old Lance Reddick has passed away. The actor was born in Baltimore on June 7, 1962, and over the course of his career, he played over 100 different parts in movies and television shows. His appearances in television shows like Lost, Oz, Fringe, and The Wire helped him gain notoriety for the first time in the middle of the 2000s.

According to TMZ, Reddick was discovered dead in his Studio City apartment, apparently from natural causes. His friends, family, and fans will sincerely miss the consummate performer. Already, James Gunn and Ben Stiller have received an abundance of messages of support on social media from individuals all across the world.

Lance Reddick’s death leaves a void in Hollywood

It is impossible to overestimate Reddick’s contributions to the entertainment sector. The tireless actor contributed to a number of high-profile projects and left his indelible mark on each one. Adam Wingar, Bosch, the Michael Connelly adaption on Prime Video, and the Resident Evil series on Netflix all profited from his involvement.

Moreover, Reddick was scheduled to appear in a number of upcoming projects. In fact, he plays the hotel manager Charon once again in the upcoming movie John Wick: Chapter 4, which comes out on March 24. Also, he had roles in the upcoming Jack Harlow adaptation White Guys Can’t Jump and the Shirley Chisholm movie Shirley.

In addition to that, Lance Reddick was also supposed to appear in a number of other movies that were in various stages of development because of his unwavering dedication to his trade. He recently received the role of Zeus in the Disney+ Percy Jackson and the Olympians series, which has concluded production on season 1 but may need to change their future plans. He was also scheduled to feature in the upcoming John Wick spinoff Ballerina, which will probably change its plot.


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