Destiny, Horizon Actor Lance Reddick Dies At 60

Lance Reddick appears at a media event.

Lance Reddick has handed away. TMZ reports that police discovered him in his Studio Metropolis, Los Angeles house on Thursday. He was 60 years previous.

The reason for loss of life stays unclear, although police informed TMZ it seems to have been from pure causes. The veteran actor most just lately starred in John Wick 4, and was apparently lacking from the premiere earlier this week. On Wednesday he posted a selfie video of himself by which he seemed to be at house.


Previous to co-starring within the hit Hollywood murderer sequence alongside Keanu Reeves, Reddick grew to become well-known for his roles in The Wire and Fringe, and likewise performed characters in a number of notable video video games, together with Future 2‘s Commander Zavala whom he voiced for almost a decade.

Reddick was additionally a pivotal actor within the Horizon Zero Dawn games, the place each his voice and likeness have been captured for the antagonist Sylens. The character appeared poised to proceed being a focus of the PS5 sci-fi sequence. Previous to that he made his online game debut as Martin Hatch in Treatment Leisure’s Quantum Break for the Xbox One.


Reddick was a very large presence in Destiny 2, the place along with voicing the sport’s stoic ethical compass, he incessantly interacted with followers, and recorded movies of himself voicing memes and different neighborhood jokes because the beloved in-game character. Straddling the divide between Hollywood and gaming, Reddick was additionally performed Albert Wesker within the Netflix adaptation of Resident Evil.


Initially born in Baltimore, Maryland in 1962, his first breakout position was as Cedric Daniels in The Wire. He later appeared in different cult hits like Misplaced and Oz, and incessantly made web historical past with comedic bits like “I wish I was LeVar Burton” from The Eric Andre Present. He’s survived by his spouse, Stephanie Reddick, and his two youngsters.



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