Fans are devastated to hear the news that actor Lance Reddick has passed away.
On the morning of March 17, Reddick was found deceased in his Studio City home in Los Angeles. Fans of the beloved actor are devastated to hear this news. Reddick was 60.
Remembering Lance Reddick
Reddick is a prolific actor who is known for his work in a variety of hit television series and movies. He has appeared in major TV series, including The Wire, Fringe, and Bosch. When it comes to films, he is very well known for his contribution to the John Wick franchise. In the John Wick movies, he plays Charon, who is the concierge at the iconic Continental Hotel in New York City. He is a very important part of the series, and he has contributed his talents to all of the past three John Wick movies.
Reddick will appear posthumously in the upcoming movie, John Wick: Chapter 4. The film is set to release on March 24. Fans and the cast of the franchise will greatly miss his presence.
For Disney, Reddick contributed his talents on numerous occasions. He voiced Cutler in the animated show Tron: Uprising which played on the Disney XD channel. Reddick also played General Lunaris on the rebooted DuckTales series. Marvel fans remember him as the voice of Falcom in The Avengers: Earth’s Mightiest Heroes.
Fans of Reddick were looking forward to seeing him portray Zeus in the upcoming Percy Jackson and the Olympians series. He will appear posthumously in the Disney+ series, so fans will be able to enjoy his talents and pay their respects.
Reddick is Remembered as an Actor, Musician, and Family Man
Lance Reddick was born in Baltimore, Maryland on June 7, 1962. He always had a love for the arts, and he received a Bachelor of Music from the University of Rochester. In 1994, he earned a Master of Fine Arts from Yale. After his graduation, he continued to find work as an actor.
Above all, Reddick was a dedicated family man. He is survived by his wife, Stephanie Reddick, and his children, Yvonne Nicole Reddick and Christopher Reddick. The community will continue to grieve the loss of a prolific actor and an amazing man.