Lance Reddick Last Video 24 hours Before Death. He said it all


Lance Reddick has died at the age of 60, with tributes pouring in from his co-stars.

The actor was best known for roles such as Cedric Daniels in The Wire, Charon in the John Wick franchise, and Phillip Broyles in Fringe.

“Lance will be greatly missed,” she added in a statement (via BBC News). “Please respect his family’s privacy at this time.”

Stars from across TV and film have paid tribute to Reddick, with The Wire star Wendell Pierce, who played Bunk Moreland, writing: “A man of great strength and grace. As talented a musician as he was an actor. The epitome of class.

“An sudden unexpected sharp painful grief for our artistic family. An unimaginable suffering for his personal family and loved ones. Godspeed my friend. You made your mark here. RIP.”

Isiah Whitlock Jr, who played Clay Davis in The Wire, said: “Shocked and saddened by the news that Lance Reddick has passed away. Truly heartbreaking. R.I.P. My friend. You will be missed.”

Ruby Rose, Lance Reddick, and Keanu Reeves

John Wick director Chad Stahelski and actor Keanu Reeves shared a joint statement (via Deadline): “We are deeply saddened and heartbroken at the loss of our beloved friend and colleague Lance Reddick.

“He was the consummate professional and a joy to work with. Our love and prayers are with his wife Stephanie, his children, family and friends. We dedicate the film to his loving memory. We will miss him dearly.”

HBO also shared a statement, saying: “Lance has been part of the HBO family for over 20 years, starring in several projects including iconic roles in Oz and The Wire. He is held in the highest regard by all who knew and worked with him and we are proud to be part of his legacy. He will be missed dearly.”

Reddick’s breakout role was in The Wire from 2002 to 2008. He joined the cast of Lost as Matthew Abaddon in 2008 and went on to star in the show Fringe from 2008 to 2013.

On the big screen, he was well-loved for his role as Charon in the John Wick franchise. Reddick’s final role was in the recent movie John Wick 4. He is set to appear in the John Wick spin-off, Ballerina.


Lance Reddick is an actor and musician from America who has garnered fame for portraying Cedric Daniels in the series ‘The Wire’, Phillip Broyles in the series ‘Fringe’, Detective Johnny Basil in ‘Oz’ and Matthew Abaddon in ‘Lost’. He has also lent his voice and likeness to videogame characters like Martin Hatch in ‘Quantum Break’, Sylens in ‘Horizon Zero Dawn’, and Commander Zavala in the Destiny franchise. A Maryland native, Reddick was a music student at the Peabody Preparatory Institute. He also studied music theory and composition at a summer program at the Walden School. He enrolled at the Eastman School of Music at the University of Rochester before attending the Yale School of Drama. In 1996, he made his screen debut in an episode of ‘New York Undercover’. While Reddick is predominantly known for his television work, he has delivered memorable performances in a number of films over the course of his career. His cinematic debut came about in the 1998 adaptation of ‘Great Expectations’. Since then, he has played FBI Agent Floyd Rose in ‘The Siege’, Simon in ‘I Dreamed of Africa’, Charles Albert in ‘Won’t Back Down’, and Charon in the John Wick franchise.

Age: 60 Years, 60 Year Old Males


Spouse/Ex-: Stephanie Reddick (M. 2011)

African American Actors Actors

Height: 6’2″ (188 cm), 6’2″ Males

Personality: ISFJ

City: Baltimore, Maryland

U.S. State: Maryland, African-American From Maryland

Notable Alumni: University Of Roches

Lance Reddick Last Video 24 hours Before Death. He said it all

Childood & Early Life
Born on December 31, 1962, in Baltimore, Maryland, USA, Lance Reddick grew up in an affluent family. His father was a lawyer. He began taking piano lessons quite early in his life and was aspiring to become a classical music composer.
When he was a teenager, he attended the Peabody Preparatory Institute and completed a summer program on music theory and composition at the Walden School.
In his youth, Reddick used to think that people who wanted to be actors were silly, but always felt an indescribable pull towards the profession.
After earning his Bachelor of Music degree from Eastman School of Music at the University of Rochester, he relocated to Boston, Massachusetts in the 1980s to start attending the Yale School of Drama in 1991. Reddick eventually graduated from Yale with a Master of Fine Arts degree.

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