Lance Reddick Biography
Birthday: December 31, 1962 (Capricorn)
Born In: Baltimore, Maryland, United States
Lance Reddick is an actor and musician from America who has garnered fame for portraying Cedric Daniels in the series ‘The Wire’, Phillip Broyles in the series ‘Fringe’, Detective Johnny Basil in ‘Oz’ and Matthew Abaddon in ‘Lost’. He has also lent his voice and likeness to videogame characters like Martin Hatch in ‘Quantum Break’, Sylens in ‘Horizon Zero Dawn’, and Commander Zavala in the Destiny franchise. A Maryland native, Reddick was a music student at the Peabody Preparatory Institute. He also studied music theory and composition at a summer program at the Walden School. He enrolled at the Eastman School of Music at the University of Rochester before attending the Yale School of Drama. In 1996, he made his screen debut in an episode of ‘New York Undercover’. While Reddick is predominantly known for his television work, he has delivered memorable performances in a number of films over the course of his career. His cinematic debut came about in the 1998 adaptation of ‘Great Expectations’. Since then, he has played FBI Agent Floyd Rose in ‘The Siege’, Simon in ‘I Dreamed of Africa’, Charles Albert in ‘Won’t Back Down’, and Charon in the John Wick franchise.