American actor Lance Reddick has received recognition for his performance in Popular TV series Like “The Wire” and “John Wick,” he died at the age of 60.
Publicist Mia Hansen said Riddick died “suddenly” on Friday morning in statement attributed to him death to normal causes. and he did not mention any further details.
Wendell Pierce, Riddick’s Assistant star on paid “the wire” tribute on Twitter. “man of great Strength and Grace “Books”. He was as talented a musician as he was an actor. Example of Season.”
“John Wick – Chapter Four” director Chad Stahelski W star Keanu Reeves said they were dedicating the upcoming film to Riddick and were “very sad and heartbroken over the loss”.
Reddick has often been put on in suit or uniform during his professional career, playing Tall, taciturn and elegant men of Excellence. However, it was best a favour for for him role Like straight lieutenant Cedric Daniels on the hit HBO series “The Wire” where his character was painfully trapped in Chaos politics of Baltimore Police Department.
“I’m an artist at heart. I feel so intense good in what i do. When I went to drama school, I knew I was at least as talented as the other students, but because I was a black man and I wasn’t pretty, I knew I was going to have to. work my ass off To be best Riddick told the Los Angeles Times: in 2009.
Riddick also starred on the Fox series “fringe” as a special Agent Philip Broyles, owner of stylish Matthew Abaddon on “Lost” played the multi-skilled hotel concierge Sharon Concierge in “John Wick” from Lionsgate moviesincluding the fourth in the series which will be released later this month.
“the world of Wick wouldn’t be what it is without Lance Reddick and the unparalleled depth he brings to Sharon humanity An irresistible attraction. Lance leaves behind An indelible and hugely impressive legacy body of work but we will remember him as our good and cheerful friend and doorman.” in a permit.
Riddick earned SAG Award Nomination in 2021 as part of the band for Regina King movie “One Night Stand”. in Miami.” In addition to this, he has played recurring roles on “Intelligence” and “American Horror Story” was on the show “Bush” for it’s seven-year run.
His upcoming projects include a 20th Century remake of “White Men Can’t Jump” and “Shirley,” Netflix Biography of former Congressional Representative Shirley Chisholm. He was also scheduled to appear in The “Ballerina” spin-off from “John Wick,” as well as the “Kaine Mutiny Military Court.”
Riddick was a Baltimore-born and raised Yale School of Drama graduate who I enjoyed some success After School by assuming guest or recurring roles on “CSI: Miami” and
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit. he also Back in several moviesincluding “I dreamed of Africa, “Siege,” and “Great Expectations.”
He was in Season four of “Geese” playing A doomed undercover officer is sent to prison who becomes addicted, and that Reddick has a career breakthrough.
“I was never interested in the television. I’ve always seen it as a means to an end. Like many actors, I was just interested in Doing theater and cinema. But “Oz” changed the television. The era of HBO has begun on Quality, edgy, artistic stuff. things that date back to great cinema of In the 1960s and 1970s, he told the Associated Press in 2011.
When the opportunity for came “Oz” up-I jumped. And when I read the pilot for “The Wire” as a man who never happened wanted He is on TV, I realized I had to be on this show. “
Riddick attended the prestigious Eastman School of Music where he studied classical composition and played the piano. for him first Jazzy album “Reflections and Remembrances” out in 2011.
He had a recurrence role as Jeffrey Titazzo, director of central Intelligence Agency , on CBS series “Intelligence.” In “American Horror Story: Coven,” he portrayed Papa Legba, the medium humanity and soul world.
is Riddick survived With his wife, Stephanie Reddick, and children, Yvonne Nicole Reddick, and Christopher Reddick.
for him death He was first Reported by celebrities website TMZ.com.