Lance Reddick, actor in police dramas ‘The Wire’ and ‘Bosch,’ dies at 60
Lance Reddick, an actor who brought smoky intensity to his roles as a police commander in hit dramas “The Wire” and “Bush” and as a security doorman in the “John Wick” action franchise, died on March 17 at his home in Los Angeles. passed away He was 60 years old.
His lawyer and friend James Hornstein confirmed the death but said he did not know the cause.
Mr. Reddick, a native of Baltimore, often built his performances around the demeanor of a drill sergeant — with a gleaming skull, gravelly baritone voice and remote posture. In “The Wire” and “Bush,” his characters faced moral and personal crossroads, as well as the pull of their own ambitions, which are central to the shows’ narratives.
He is survived by his wife, Stephanie Reddick, and two children.
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