The American actor, Lance Reddick, passed away this Friday at the age of 60 suddenly.
In this last time, he himself was promoting the new film in the “John Wick” saga, with which he gained great popularity along with “The Wire”, but was found lifeless in the morning at his home in Studio City, California.
Redicck’s publicist, Mia Hansen, issued a statement announcing the death and attributing her death to natural causes.
The artist was born and raised in Baltimore, and received a degree in music from the University of Rochester. He also earned the MFA from him at the prestigious Yale University.
He was popularly known for playing Cedric Daniels in the series The Wire by five seasons. Likewise, in recent times he continued to participate in John Wickwho is about to release his fourth film: John Wick: Chapter 4.
During his career, he’s also worked on Fringe, Bosch, Oz, and Lost. Additionally, he was a voice actor in The Vindicators, DuckTales, Rick and Morty, and Castlevania. On the other hand, another movie that he made and that will come out after his death is Percy Jackson and the Olympians.