The Wire actor Lance Reddick dies aged 60, Cause of death?

“Lance Reddick will be missed greatly,” his publicist, Mia Hansen, said in an email. “Please be respectful of his privacy and privacy during this point.”

Lance Reddick was engaged in an announcement tour for the fourth installment of John Wick movies, which is scheduled to release on the 24th of March.

Lance Reddick is a native of Baltimore, Maryland, played the part of Charon the hotel’s concierge at The Continental Hotel, a New York criminal underground hub known as The Continental Hotel, in the John Wick movies. He was in the first film, and its two sequels, and is expected to be in the fourth in the fourth film.

The actor is also famous for his role as Baltimore Lieutenant of the police Cedric Daniels, who he played in The Wire, a series which ran from 2002 until 2008 and explored the narcotics market that was taking place in Baltimore from the point of view of law enforcement, as well as users and dealers.

Lance Reddick was survived by his wife Stephanie and a daughter Yvonne Nicole Reddick, and his younger son named Christopher Reddick.

Lance Reddick, an actor from "The Wire" and "John Wick," passes away at age 60

The actor was as a character in The Resident Evil Netflix series as in the science-fiction-action film Godzilla vs. Kong.

He was famous for his voice-acting work in addition to his voice acting work, which included the TV show Rick and Morty.

Lance Reddick was a classical musician in the Eastman School of Music at the University of Rochester in New York and earned an undergraduate degree prior to attending at the Yale School of Drama.


The death of Reddick comes just two years after his co-star Michael K Williams, who played Omar in The Wire, died of an overdose. In 2013, four people were arrested on suspicion of selling the drug Williams consumed prior to his death.

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