Film and television actor Lance Reddick, who specializes in intense, icy characters with sinister touches, has died at the age of 60. He had appeared in series like 'The Wire', 'Fringe' and in the 'John Wick' saga, renamed in Spain as 'Another day to kill'.
Reddick died "suddenly" on Friday morning, according to his representative Mia Hansen in a statement that attributes his death to natural causes. The death was advanced by the TMZ website.
Reddick used to dress in a suit or uniform, he played distinguished men, tall, taciturn and elegant. He was most popular for his role as Lieutenant Cedric Daniels on the hit HBO series 'The Wire,' in which his character was caught up in the mess of the Baltimore Police Department.
"I'm an artist at heart. I feel like I'm very good at what I do. When I went to drama school, I knew I was at least as talented as other students, but because I was black and not pretty, I knew I would have You have to work hard to be the best you can be and to be noticed," Reddick told the Los Angeles Times in 2009.
Reddick also played special agent Phillip Broyles on the Fox series 'Fringe'; the elegant Matthew Abaddon in 'Lost'; and the versatile concierge at the Continental Hotel Charon in the 'John Wick' films released in Spain such as 'Another Day to Kill'.
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