Lance Reddick

Lance Reddick was an American actor and musician celebrated for his powerful performances in television and film. Born on 7 June 1962, in Baltimore, Maryland, Reddick studied music at the Eastman School of Music and Yale University before turning his focus towards acting.

Reddick first garnered widespread recognition for his portrayal of Cedric Daniels in the critically acclaimed HBO series “The Wire”, where his commanding performance earned him high praise. He later gained further recognition for his role as Phillip Broyles in the science fiction television series “Fringe”.

In addition to these roles, Reddick has also played memorable characters in other popular series, such as Charon in the “John Wick” film series and Martin Hatch in the video game and accompanying television series “Quantum Break”. He also voiced the character of Sylens in the popular video game “Horizon Zero Dawn”.

Reddick’s powerful on-screen presence and deep, resonant voice made him a standout performer in the industry. Beyond acting, he has also released a jazz album, showcasing his wide range of talents.

Unfortunately, Lance Reddick succumbed to heart disease and died on 17 March 2023 at the age of 60.


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