Lance Reddick, who appeared in well-known television shows including “The Wire,” “Fringe,” and “Bosch,” as well as movies like the “John Wick” series, the fourth installment of which will be released next week, died of natural causes.
According to TMZ, who broke the news of the tragedy, he was found dead on Friday morning at his Studio City residence in Los Angeles.
Lance Reddick returns as Charon, the concierge at the Continental Hotel in New York City, in “John Wick: Chapter 4,” which will be released on March 24. Charon has appeared in all four parts.
In the second chapter, Charon took care of John’s new puppy, and in the third movie, she engaged in gunplay alongside Keanu Reeves’ unretired assassin. Reddick was also supposed to take part in the “Ballerina” sequel starring Ana de Armas.
On June 7, 1962, Lance Reddick was born in Baltimore. He is renowned for playing gruff police officers and other strong men. He graduated from the University of Rochester with a Master of Music degree in composition.
Lance Reddick posted “the beat continues” on Instagram just days before he passed away, according to Mirror. He was supposed to go to the premier of his most recent movie, John Wick 4, this week. In the fourth episode of the series, he was slated to play Charon, but he chose to stay at home instead.
Since there is no known cause of death, authorities claim he passed away naturally. Four days earlier, he posted a video to social media showing himself and his pets.
The famous person was seen in the video moving about his house while his dog howled and barked. He grinned and widened his eyes wide as he sang along with the music. After that, he snapped a couple pictures of himself with his pets.
Lance is married to Stephanie, and the two of them have two kids: Yvonne Nicole and Christopher Reddick. She has experience working behind the scenes in the movie industry. They initially connected while he was working on a project.
Even though their kids have never walked the red carpet, Stephanie has always seized the chance to be by his side. Twelve years following their first encounter, the couple got married in 2011. At this point, Lance had a few noteworthy roles under his belt and had grown wealthier.
Nevertheless, they made the decision to have a small wedding so they could have the time of their lives. Lance and Stephanie first met while working at the Guthrie Theater.