Lance Reddick, star of ‘The Wire’ and ‘John Wick,’ dies at 60 End-shutdown

Actor Lance Reddick dies at 60 according Variety. A renowned actor, Reddick was known for having a strong gravitas in supporting roles, and was best known for appearing on shows like The wire other Lost. He also appeared in all the movies of the john wick franchise as the concierge at the Continental hotel, Charon. jWickless: Chapter 4 will be released on March 24.

Reddick had been making press for the next one john wick movie and what scheduled to appear on The Kelly Clarkson Show next week, according to TMZ. He did not attend the John Wick: Chapter 4 premiere in New York City on Wednesday, but posted a video from home on his social media platforms.

In addition to john wick series, Reddick also appeared in numerous feature films, including godzilla vs kong other One Night In Miami. However, he made a name for himself as a regular on television, playing key regular roles in dramas like The wire other Bosch, fiction like stripes other lost, and even comedies like Corporate.

Reddick was a prolific artist who managed to own the screen every time he was on it; if he was sharing scenes with Keanu Reeves or Ian McShane in the john wick movies, Anna Torv in Stripe or Wendell Pierce in the wire, He always gave off a very particular charm that left viewers with a smile on their faces.

In addition to John Wick: Chapter 4, Reddick will also have posthumous roles in the john wick cleave Dancer, he White men can’t jump remake, and as Zeus in the Disney+ series Percy Jackson and the Olympians.

The cause of his death is unknown, but TMZ reports that it “appears to be” from natural causes.

As soon as the news of Reddick’s death hit social media, the reactions from fans and other entertainment industry figures started pouring in.

Evan is the Culture Editor for Men’s Health, with articles in The New York Times, MTV News, Brooklyn Magazine and VICE. He loves weird movies, watches too much TV and listens to music more often than not.

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