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Lance Reddick Is Dead At 60, Cause Of Death Unknown



Lance Reddick, ‘The Wire’ & ‘John Wick’ Actor Has Passed Away

Veteran actor Lance Reddick, famous for his work on HBO’s “The Wire” and the “John Wick” movie franchise has passed away.

Law enforcement sources tell TMZ … Lance’s body was discovered at his Studio City home Friday morning around 9:30 AM, though his cause of death is currently unclear. Just Wendesday he shared a photo on social media.

Other popular roles include portraying Detective Johnny Basil on Oz (1997–2003), Matthew Abaddon in Lost (2004–2010) Phillip Broyles in Fringe (2008–2013), and Chief Irvin Irving in Bosch (2014–2020).


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Lance had been doing a press tour for the fourth installment of the ‘John Wick’ franchise and had a guest appearance scheduled for next week on Kelly Clarkson’s show.

After “The Wire” ended in 2008, Reddick joined “Fringe” later that year as Phillip Broyles, a special agent for Homeland Security and head of the Fringe division. The group investigated cases relating to fringe science, pseudoscience and alternate timelines.

In 2014, he was cast as another police chief, but this time on Amazon’s “Bosch” series, which ended in 2021. He played deputy chief Irvin Irving and was nominated for a Saturn Award for the role, after earning two nods for “Fringe.”

More recently, Reddick starred as Albert Wesker last year on Netflix’s short-lived series “Resident Evil,” an adaptation of the popular zombie video game. He also provided voice work on Season 2 of Amazon’s “The Legend of Vox Machina,” which released in January.

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