Lance Reddick Lifeless at 60

Actor Lance Reddick has died on the age of 60, Variety confirmed on Friday. Whereas reps for Reddick didn’t instantly reply to’s request for remark, the actor died of pure causes Friday morning.

Reddick was born in Baltimore, Maryland. As a young person, he was extra eager about music, and even majored in music composition on the College of Rochester. He later attended the Yale College of Drama and graduated together with his MFA in 1994.

Reddick’s first main TV position was in HBO’s “Oz,” which he joined in 2000. His credit additionally embody quite a few appearances on reveals within the “Regulation & Order” franchise. He later joined the principle solid of “The Wire,” which premiered on HBO in 2002, and appeared in all 5 seasons as Cedric Daniels. On “Misplaced,” he appeared in 4 episodes as Matthew Abaddon, and in 2008, he performed Phillip Broyles on “Fringe;” Broyles was a Homeland Safety Particular Agent and head of the Fringe division. In 2014, he joined one other cop collection, Amazon Prime Video’s “Bosch,” and in 2022, he took on the position of iconic “Resident Evil” villain Albert Wesker for the present’s Netflix collection. He additionally signed on to the upcoming “Percy Jackson and the Olympians” collection from Disney+ to play Zeus.

Reddick additionally starred within the “John Wick” collection. He seems within the new movie “John Wick: Chapter 4” later this month, and also will reprise his position within the upcoming spin-off “Ballerina,” starring Ana de Armas.

Reddick married spouse Stephanie Reddick in 2011. The couple had many canines, whom he liked displaying off on Instagram. He’s additionally survived by his two kids, Yvonne and Christopher.

Learn on to see how Reddick’s co-stars from “The Wire,” “Fringe,” and “Misplaced” are paying tribute to the late actor.

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