Lance Reddick, known for his roles in the “John Wick” series and “Percy Jackson and the Olympian Gods,” passed away on March 17 at the age of 60. The actor’s death was due to natural causes, according to available information.
For those wanting to remember Reddick, they can watch some of his films that are currently streaming. Firstly, audiences can watch his portrayal of Charon, the concierge at the Continental Hotel in New York City, in “John Wick” on Prime Video. In “John Wick 2: A New Day to Kill,” Charon offers to take care of John’s dog until he returns, and the film is available on Netflix, Star Plus, and Prime Video. Meanwhile, in “John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum,” Charon joins John in fighting against the High Table, and the feature film can be watched on Apple TV.
For those interested in Reddick’s other roles, they can check out “Not a word,” available on HBO Max and Star Plus, where Reddick portrays a child psychiatrist who must extract a six-digit code from a teenager’s mind to save her daughter. In “One Night in Miami,” Reddick can be seen in a dramatic film where a group of men discuss what it means to be a successful black man during the 60s, with the film located on Prime Video. And finally, “Godzilla vs. Kong” is available on HBO Max, where Reddick plays a role in the confrontation between the two powerful monsters.
Additionally, audiences can look forward to Reddick reprising his role as Charon in “John Wick 4,” which opens on March 23 in Peru and March 24 in the United States. The film’s plot focuses on John’s fight against an enemy that has made his friends want to face him. Lastly, Reddick played Zeus in the “Percy Jackson and the Olympians” series, and while the release date is unknown, there will be eight episodes in the first season.
While Lance Reddick may be gone, his legacy in the film industry lives on through the movies and series he left behind.