Actor Lance Reddick from ‘The Wire,’ ‘John Wick’ dead at 60

Lance Reddick, an actor most known for his roles in the “John Wick” franchise and the HBO series “The Wire,” has reportedly died.

He was 60.

Law enforcement officials told TMZ that Reddick was found in his home in Studio City around 9:30 a.m. on Friday.

While the cause of death is unconfirmed, officers believe it to be natural, TMZ reported.

His passing comes just days after he skipped the premiere of “John Wick 4” — starring Keanu Reeves — that took place Wednesday in New York City.

The Post has reached out to Reddick’s and Reeves’ representatives for comment.

Prior to his “John Wick” fame, in which he played hotel manager Charon, he portrayed Cedrick Daniels, a fictional police officer in Baltimore in five seasons of “The Wire.”

He told IMDb in 2019 that his character in “John Wick” varied greatly from his past roles.
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Lance Reddick in The Wire
He played a police officer in HBO’s “The Wire.”
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The Baltimore native also starred in “Bosch,” “Lost” and “Oz,” among a slew of other titles. His most recently released film was “John Wick 4.”

“The character was just the kind of character that I never got to play,” he told IMDb about his “John Wick” character in 2019. “Ever since ‘The Wire,’ I’ve played a lot of intimidating authority figures that talk a lot, so to play this kind of quintessential servant whose very taciturn I found fascinating.”

Lance Reddick in Fringe
In “Fringe,” Reddick portrayed a special agent.
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John Wick still of Lance Reddick and Ian McShane
The latest installment in the “John Wick” franchise premiered this week.
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He was slated to appear in the upcoming projects “White Men Can’t Jump” and “Shirley” this year, as well as reprising his role as Charon in the spin-off “Ballerina.”

This is a developing story.