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Actor Lance Reddick, known for his role in 'The Wire,' dies at 60


The interpreter also worked in other series such as 'Lost' and 'Fringe', and in the action movie saga 'John Wick'

The American actor Lance Reddick has died this Friday at the age of 60 at his home in Los Angeles for reasons that are still unknown, according to his representative.

The interpreter is popularly known for his role as police chief in the acclaimed television series

The Wire


and for his work in the

John Wick

action movie saga .

The American gossip portal


a reference in this information, has indicated that the emergency services have found Reddick's lifeless body around 9:30 in the morning (Los Angeles time, 5:30 p.m. Spanish peninsular time), citing sources police.

The first investigations indicate that it is a natural death, although the causes are unknown.

Lance Reddick, born in Baltimore (USA) in December 1962, was recently working on promoting the fourth installment of the

John Wick

action movie saga .

Before, he had become known for his portrayal of policeman Cedrick Daniels in the series

The Wire

(HBO), where he appeared in five seasons.

In the field of fiction, he was also part of the cast of the






series .

In addition, he played Albert Wesker in Netflix's adaptation of

Resident Evil,

based on the Capcom video games.

The actor had some unreleased projects in the works, like his portrayal of the Greek god Zeus in the upcoming Disney+ series.

Percy Jackson and the Olympians


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Source: elparis

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