RIP LANCE REDDICK

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RIP LANCE REDDICK

Post by tallyho »

Sad news that quality supporting actor Lance Reddick from the Wire and John Wick amongst many other things has passed away aged 60.

Strange to see him smiling in the photos as his on screen persona was usually dour, but what a great happy smile it was.
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He was brilliant as Charon, the hotel Continental concierge in the Wick movies.

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Re: RIP LANCE REDDICK

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I binged The Wire about 10 years ago and I thought Reddick was great. Many of his characters had a quiet dignity about them. I also remember Reddick as Agent Broyles on Fringe. Great actor. RIP
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Re: RIP LANCE REDDICK

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Such a loss. Sixty is no age at all these days.
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Re: RIP LANCE REDDICK

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Dogfish wrote: 5 days ago Such a loss. Sixty is no age at all these days.
speak for yourself! I'm from Glasgow and we're lucky to make 40!

but yeah, he was great and his voice acting on Paradise PD and Farzar made those shows watchable

the wire, what can you say about the wire, it's basically the daddy of modern TV
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