The American actor Lance Reddick, known for titles such as ‘The Wire’, ‘Resident Evil’ or ‘John Wick’, has died this Friday at the age of 60 of apparently natural causes at his home located in Los Angeles, as reported the specialized portal ‘TMZ’.
The interpreter was currently working on the promotion of the fourth installment of the ‘John Wick’ saga. Reddick was born in Baltimore in 1962 and gained great popularity with the role of Cedrick Daniels in the series ‘The Wire’ (HBO), where he participated in up to five seasons.
In the field of fiction, he was also part of the cast of ‘Lost, ‘Fringe’ or ‘Bosch’. In addition, he played Albert Wesker in Netflix’s adaptation of ‘Resident Evil’, based on the Capcom video games.
In the actor’s career on the big screen, his role stands out in the ‘John Wick’ saga, in which he gave life to Charon; or in films like ‘Objective: Washington DC’ or ‘Godzilla vs. Kong’, among the most prominent.