Lance Reddick’s wife, Stephanie Reddick, responded Saturday to the outpouring of tributes that followed the death of the “The Wire” and “Fringe” actor.
On Instagram, Stephanie Reddick mourned the loss of her husband, “taken from us too soon.” She posted a series of photos of Lance Reddick, who died Friday morning at his Los Angeles home. He was 60 years old.
“Thank you for all your overwhelming love, support and beautiful stories shared on these platforms over the past day,” Stephanie Reddick wrote in a message shared on her late husband’s account. instagram page.
I look at your messages and I can’t begin to express how grateful I am to have you.
Stephanie Reddick, who married the “Bosch” and “John Wick” actor in 2011, also thanked fans of the “Destiny” video game, which features Lance Reddick as the voice of Commander Zavala. According Forbes“Destiny” players have been holding virtual vigils and memorials for Reddick this weekend within the game world.
“To the thousands of Destiny players who played in a special tribute to Lance, thank you,” said Stephanie Reddick. “Lance loved you as much as he loved the game.”
Stephanie Reddick concluded her statement by encouraging people to donate to momcares.org, based in her hometown of Baltimore, in memory of the artist.
Since Friday, Lance Reddick’s fans, friends and industry peers have been greeting the prolific TV and movie star on social media and beyond.
In a joint statement to the Los Angeles Times, “John Wick” star Keanu Reeves and director Chad Stahelski praised Lance Reddick as a “consummate professional and a pleasure to work with.” They dedicated the fourth “John Wick” film, which features Reddick’s Charon and opens in theaters Friday, “to his loving memory” of him.
Others who reacted to the news of Reddick’s death include Questlove, Ben Stiller, James Gunn, Stephen King, “Wick” cast member Ian McShane, who fondly remembered his co-star as “a wonderful human being,” and the “The Wire” actor. Wendell Pierce, who praised him as “a man of great strength and grace.”
“The epitome of the class,” Pierce tweeted, describing death as a “sudden, sharp and unexpected pain for our artistic family. Unimaginable suffering for his personal family and loved ones. Good luck my friend. You left your mark here.