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Lance Reddick, an actor most known for his roles in the “John Wick” franchise and the HBO series “The Wire,” has died. He was 60. The actor’s representatives confirmed the news that he passed away suddenly Friday morning from natural causes. He was found dead at his Studio City home in Los Angeles.
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Lance Reddick, an actor most known for his
roles in the “John Wick” franchise and The HBO series “The Wire,” has died. He was 60. The actor’s representatives confirmed the
news that he passed away suddenly Friday morning From natural causes. He was found dead at his Studio City home
in Los Angeles. In his final Instagram post on Thursday, Reddick
had just shared a sweet tribute to his dogs, Writing, “On screen and off, it’s no surprise
I love spoiling my dogs.” The actor had been doing interviews for the
upcoming John Wick: Chapter Four starring Keanu Reeves just this week. He also was set to appear in the franchise-spinoff
pic Ballerina. Reddick, a native of Baltimore, appeared in
more than a dozen films and shows during his 25-year acting career. Reddick began his screen career in the mid-1990s,
guesting on such series as The Nanny and New York Undercover. Later in the decade, he appeared on the big
screen in pics including Great Expectations And The Siege before recurring on HBO’s
Emmy-winning 2000 miniseries The Corner, which Was based on David Simon’s book. The actor was also known for his breakout
role as Baltimore police lieutenant Cedric Daniels in The Wire, a series that ran from
2002 to 2008 and examined the narcotics scene In Baltimore from the perspective of law enforcement
as well as drug dealers and users. He was known for his voice acting work as
well, including for the TV series Rick and Morty. The actor is survived by his wife, Stephanie,
as well as a daughter, Yvonne Nicole Reddick, And a son, Christopher Reddick.