Beloved actor Jance Reddick known for his role in “The Wire” and “John Wick” has passed away of natural causes at the age of 60. This unfortunate news was announced by his representatives, which confirmed his passing Friday, the 17th of March.
Reddick was born in 1962 in Baltimore and started his acting career during the 1990s after he attended Yale School of Drama in 1991. Reddick would become part of Television history when we were cast as Baltimore Police Lieutenant Cedric Daniels in the hit TV series “The Wire”. He was also known for being part of films such as “Great Expectations” and “The Siege”. Most recently, he is known for his role in the critically acclaimed action franchise “John Wick” as Charon, the concierge of the Continental Hotel in New York City.
Other notable roles he has taken on in both films and television series have been in “Fringe”, “Law & Order: Criminal Intent”, “Lost”, “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia”, and “White House Down”. These are just a few of the long list of projects that he did during his illustrious career.
Many of Reddicks’ former colleagues have spoken out about the kindness and professional nature of the actor while at the same time sending their deepest condolences to his wife and children.
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