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American TV Host, Lance Reddick, Famous In ‘John Wick’ Series, Dies At 60.

According to Sahara Reporters, Lance Reddick, an American TV host and actor who starred in a number of acclaimed shows and movies, such as HBO's “The Wire,” Fox's “Fringe,” and the “John Wick” series, passed away on Friday morning from natural causes, his representatives confirmed to Variety.

At the time of his death, Lance Reddick was 60 years old. He was reportedly discovered dead at his Studio City home in Los Angeles early on Friday. His untimely passing is sure to be felt greatly by the entertainment industry, fans, and his family, including his wife, Stephanie Reddick, and children, Yvonne Nicole Reddick and Christopher Reddick. 

According to Sahara Reporters, Lance Reddick had a long and distinguished career in television and film, and was particularly well-known for his portrayal of the character Cedric Daniels in HBO's critically acclaimed show “The Wire,” as well as his recurring role as Phillip Broyles in Fox's “Fringe.” He also appeared in the “John Wick” series, which is slated to release the fourth installment, “John Wick: Chapter 4,” next week.

More recently, Reddick played Albert Wesker in the Netflix series “Resident Evil,” a popular zombie video game adaptation, which ran for only one season last year. His work in the series earned him great praise from fans and critics alike. 

The news of Lance Reddick's death has left fans shocked and saddened. His immense talent, memorable performances, and larger-than-life screen presence will be sorely missed. He was a beloved actor and his death is a massive loss for the entertainment industry. Our thoughts and prayers go out to his family and friends during this difficult time.

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