John Wick star Lance Reddick passed away, breathed his last at the age of 60. John Wick Star Lance Reddick Died, Breathed His Last At The Age Of 60
Hollywood star Lance Reddick has passed away. The actor breathed his last at the age of 60. Reddick has appeared in several films including The Wire, Fringe and the John Wick franchise.
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Mumbai: lance reddick (Lance Reddick) to The Wire, Fringe and john wick franchise Including was known as a TV and film figure. Bad news has come for the fans of Lance Reddick. The actor has passed away, he has said goodbye to this world at the age of 60. After this news came to the fore, there has been disappointment among the fans of Lance Reddick. The mountain of sorrows has broken at the actor’s house.
Radik died suddenly on the previous day i.e. Friday morning. His publicist issued a statement telling everyone that it was a natural death. Apart from this, no other information has been revealed so far.
A man of great strength and grace. As talented a musician as he was an actor. The epitome of class. A sudden unexpected sharp painful grief for our artistic family. An unimaginable suffering for his personal family and loved ones. Godspeed my friend. You made your mark here. R.I.P. pic.twitter.com/Xy0pl5c4NR
— Wendell Pierce (@WendellPierce) Mar 17, 2023
Redick’s co-star Wendell Pierce paid tribute to him on Twitter. He wrote “A man of great strength and grace. He was as talented an actor as he was a musician. Apart from this, he wrote a lot in praise of Radik.
John Wick – Chapter 4 director Chad Stahelski and star Keanu Reeves said they would dedicate their upcoming film to Reddick. He is deeply saddened and heartbroken at the loss.
Consummate professional, devoted collaborator, lovely and gentle man, loyal friend. Could go on, but no, I can’t go on. This is gutting. And way, way, way too soon.
— David Simon (@AoDespair) Mar 17, 2023
David Simon, director of The Wire, praised Reddick on Twitter, writing, “A consummate professional, a dedicated colleague, a loving and gentle man, a loyal friend.” Could go, but no, I can’t. That’s great. And way, way, way too soon.