Lance Reddick, who starred in 'The Wire', 'Fringe', 'Bosch' and the 'John Wick' series, expired from natural causes on Friday morning. Confirmation of his death was given by his publicist, Mia Hansen, yet she did not give away any information regarding the place or the underlying cause.

TMZ was the first to report the news that Reddick was discovered dead in his Studio City residence in Los Angeles on Friday morning.

Appearing in every 'John Wick' instalment, as well as its 2019 video game, Reddick portrayed the character of Charon, a Continental Hotel concierge and close ally of Wick. Additionally, he had a series regular part on 'The Wire', 'Fringe', and 'Bosch and Corporate', as well as numerous TV guest appearances and films including 'Godzilla vs. Kong','Faith Based','One Night in Miami','Angel Has Fallen' and 'Sylvie’s Love'.

Lionsgate, the studio that produced the action franchise, issued a statement: Lance Reddick's interpretation of Charon was remarkable, bringing a unique level of humanity and magnetism to the character. His legacy is unparalleled, and we will always think of him as a beloved, cheery friend and Concierge. We are in shock, and extend our condolences to his family and fans worldwide.

Keanu Reeves and director Chad Stahelski conveyed their grief over the loss of Lance Reddick, an esteemed colleague and dear friend. Noting his professional excellence and the joy he brought to their workplace, they sent their love and sympathy to his wife Stephanie, children, and other family and friends.

McShane, who portrayed Winston in the films, expressed his utter astonishment and disbelief when he heard the news. He offered his deepest sympathies, peace, and love to Stephanie, Lance's wife, and his family.