RIP: Lance Reddick
Lance Reddick died today from natural causes. He was 60.
In high school Lance Reddick’s focus was on music. After graduation he attended the University of Rochester’s Eastman School of Music where he earned a Bachelor of Music degree. Mr. Riddick later attended the Yale School of Drama where he earned a Master of Fine Arts degree.
Lance Reddick appeared on television and in feature films throughout his career.
Some of Lance Reddick’s television appearances include: New York Undercover; The Nanny; The West Wing; Falcone (3 episodes); Oz (12 episodes); Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (6 episodes); Law & Order: Criminal Intent; Law & Order (3 episodes); CSI: Miami (3 episodes); The Wire (60 episodes); Lost (4 episodes); It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia; Fringe (90 episodes); The Blacklist (2 episodes); Intelligence (5 episodes); Quantum Break (4 episodes); American Horror Story (4 episodes); Duck Tales (voice – 5 episodes); Castlevania (voice – 10 episodes); Corporate (18 episodes); Bosch (68 episodes); Young Sheldon and Resident Evil (8 episodes).
Some of Lance Reddick’s feature film appearances include: Great Expectations; The Siege; Don’t Say a Word; Jonah Hex; White House Down; Oldboy; John Wick; John Wick: Chapter 2; John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum; Angel Has Fallen; One Night in Miami; Godzilla vs Kong and John Wick: Chapter 4.
I first saw Lance Reddick in Lost. He had a unique look and stage presence. Then I started seeing him more and more in both television and feature films. Whenever Lance Reddick’s name appeared in the credits, I knew I was in for a treat. My favorite Lance Reddick role was as Charon in the John Wick films. Lance Reddick was a special type of actor who could appear in action films, dramas, comedies as well as provide voice work for animated projects. What a career he had.
Our thoughts and prayers go out to Lance Reddick’s family, friends and fans.