Lance Reddick's tragic last video taken days before his shock death
19.03.2023 - 03:21
two days before his shock death aged just 60. The Wire actor died from 'suddenly' and from natural causes', his agent Mia Hansen said, after he was discovered in his home in Studio City, California at 9. 30am on Friday.
Lance's passing has come as a shock to fans as the John Wick star had been posting regularly to his social media this week. In what would be his last ever video, a smiling Lance appeared in high spirits as he sang The Whispers soul hit 'And The Beat Goes On' in reference to his noisy dogs barking the background. He captioned the post: 'And the beat goes on.
. . #dogsoftwitter'.
Fans later commented on the video to pay tribute. One wrote: 'Damn. Loved him.
Death can be as quick as turning off a light switch for anybody. How you treat people really is all that matters at the end of day. I’ll remember you with a smile on my face so you’ve done good buddy, you’ve done good.
' Another typed: 'I can't believe you're gone, you left so suddenly, so young. We will never forget you, you were and will remain great. Rest in peace'.
While a third follower echoed: 'They knew, those dogs; I'm telling ya. RIP, hero to the many, protector of all as I know him, and to the actor whose heart carried his work. 'Lance was in the middle of a promotional tour for his franchise John Wick in which he starred as the concierge Charon.
Just a day before his tragic death he had uploaded a photo of himself curled up with his three dogs at home in an Instagram promotional post about Hard Rock hotels and National Puppy Day. On Wednesday evening he was due to attend a premiere for Wick 4 alongside co-star Keanu Reaves but failed to turn up. Reddick did not explain his absence.