Actor Lance Reddick is being remembered by household and buddies following his sudden demise Friday at age 60.
“Lance was taken from us far too quickly,” Stephanie Reddick, the late actor’s widow, wrote in an Instagram put up on Saturday. “Thanks for all of your overwhelming love, help and delightful tales shared on these platforms during the last day. I see your messages and might’t start to specific how grateful I’m to have them.”
Lance Reddick, a veteran character actor recognized for his efficiency as Cedric Daniels on “The Wire” and for his work within the “John Wick” franchise, died of pure causes, in accordance with his consultant, Mia Hansen.
His “Wire” co-star Wendall Pierce remembered Reddick as a “man of nice energy and style” in a tribute on Friday.
“As proficient a musician as he was an actor,” Pierce wrote. “The epitome of sophistication. A sudden sudden sharp painful grief for our creative household. An unimaginable struggling for his private household and family members. Godspeed my good friend. You made your mark right here.”
“Shocked!! Speechless!! This proficient, form, clever King is gone!! I used to be blessed to have labored with you and blessed to have recognized you,” actress Viola Davis wrote in a tribute on Instagram. “Praying for consolation for your loved ones and family members! Relaxation nicely Lance Reddick…..see you on the opposite facet.”
Reddick, who seems in “John Wick: Chapter 4,” was additionally remembered by his colleagues within the franchise.
“A kindhearted soul, a beautiful human, and a real good friend,” learn a put up from the movie.
Reddick was additionally the voice of Commander Zavala within the Future recreation sequence and beloved locally of gamers of the sport.
His spouse acknowledged their affection in her tribute.
“And to the hundreds of Future gamers who performed in particular tribute to Lance, thanks. Lance cherished you as a lot as he cherished the sport,” Stephanie Reddick wrote.
She requested for donations in his identify be made to momcares.org, a nonprofit group serving moms and households in Baltimore, his hometown.