Lance Reddick age, movies, affairs , height, weight & more


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WIKI/BIO
Full Name Lance Reddick
Profession   Actor, Musician
Nickname   Reddick

Physical Measurements

Body Measurements Chest:N/AInches

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Eye Color Brown
Hair Color bald
Height 6′ 0” feet(Not confirmed)
Weight 80 Kg((Not confirmed))

Basic Details

Age 56
Parents Father– N/A
Mother–  N/A
Siblings Brother: N/A

Sister: N/A

Date Of Birth 31 December 1962
Nationality American
Zodiac Sign capricorn
School Friends School of Baltimore

Peabody Preparatory Institute

College  University of Rochester,

Yale School of Drama

Children none
Hometown Baltimore, Maryland, U.S.

Food Type Non-veg
Build slim
Religion N/A
Net Worth $3  million
Cars N/A

Love and Affairs

Girlfriends
  • Stephanie Day
Marital Status married
Spouse Stephanie Day(m. 2011)
Hobbies  music, Acting

Movies

  • Great Expectations(1998)
  • Godzilla(1998)
  • I Dreamed of Africa(2000)
  • Don’t Say a Word(2001)
  • Bridget(2002)
  • Brother to Brother(2004)
  • Dirty Work(2006)
  • Tennessee(2008)
  • The Way of War(2009)
  • Jonah Hex(2010)
  • Won’t Back Down(2012)
  • White House Down(2013)
  • Faults(2014)
  • John Wick: Chapter 2(2017)

Reddich with his wife

Facts

  • His first film was Great Expectations in 1998
  • He has been part of games industry and have given his voice for many games.
  • In 2014,  he end his voice for the character Commander Zavala in game destiny.
  • He co-produced and stared in a you tube web series Drone.
  • His debut album was Contemplations & Remembrances in 2007.
  • He was also part of the Hit series Lost.

His sayings

  • Because of the way tech is changing, and becoming cheaper and user-friendly, it’s becoming easier to make films cheaply, maintaining quality.
  • When I went to drama school, I knew I was at least as talented as other students, but because I was a black man and I wasn’t pretty, I knew I would have to work my butt off to be the best that I would be, and to be noticed.
  • You don’t see a lot of black rock stars. The music industry tends to be segregated stylistically. It’s hard for a black artist to cross over to rock music.
  • It’s funny, because in drama school, my greatest strength was my range. So my early career was like that: I played all kinds of different characters.
  • If you’re going to come at me, come at me respectfully, and I will respond respectfully.

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