Lance Reddick, the Hollywood actor who starred in ‘John Wick,’ the movie franchise, has passed away.
Reddick died on Friday, in his home in Studio City, Los Angeles.
According to TMZ, the cause of his death is yet to be known but law enforcement sources said it appears to be of natural causes.
If someone dies of or from natural causes, they die because they are ill or old rather than because of an accident or violence.
Lance had been on a press tour for the third sequel of the ‘John Wick’ franchise where he was expected to play the role of ‘Charon.’
On Wednesday, Reddick shared a video of himself, appearing to be at home with his dogs — instead of attending the ‘John Wick 4’ premiere in New York City.
He was also scheduled for a guest appearance on Kelly Clarkson’s show.
Apart from ‘John Wick’, Reddick was also famous for his role as ‘Cedrick Daniels’, the police officer in ‘The Wire,’ the HBO series.
He also had recurring roles on several TV shows and movies including; ‘Fringe,’ ‘Bosch,’ ‘Oz,’ ‘Lost,’ ‘Angel Has Fallen,’ and ‘Godzilla Vs. Kong.’
He was born and raised in Baltimore and earned a music degree from the University of Rochester.
He bagged his Masters of Fine Arts (MFA) from Yale University.
Reddick died at the age of 60.
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