Lance Reddick’s Cause of Death Was Revealed After He Died at 60

After LANCE Reddick’s body was discovered in his home last month, the reason for his death has been determined.

At first, people thought that the 60-year-old star of “The Wire” had died of natural causes, but his death certificate shows that wasn’t true.

The actor died of heart disease, and his cause of death was said to be narrowed heart arteries.

Ischemic heart disease and atherosclerotic coronary artery disease were said to be the reasons for his death by TMZ.

Because of the condition, blood and oxygen can’t get to the heart.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention say that the terms ischemic heart disease and coronary artery disease are often used interchangeably.

The certificate also said that, at first, it was thought that Lance died of natural causes.

On March 17, his body was found at his home in Los Angeles. He had played John Wick.

Lance had been promoting the upcoming fourth installment of the former mob hitman series starring Keanu Reeves when he was killed suddenly.

The 60-year-old actor discussed his portrayal of Charon in a recent interview with Screen Rant.

He told the story of how Winston and Charon became friends, which he and McShane had worked on for years.

Baltimore native Lance received his Bachelor of Music from Rochester and his Master of Fine Arts from Yale.

Before he played the concierge at the Continental Hotel in John Wick, Lance became famous for his role as BPD officer Cedrick Daniels on The Wire.

In all five seasons of the HBO crime show, he played the tough Baltimore cop.

He also played the same character over and over again in a few other TV shows, such as Fringe, Bosch, Oz, and Lost.

Lance has also been in a number of movies, such as Angel Has Fallen, Godzilla vs. Kong, and One Night in Miami.

He will be in the movies White Men Can’t Jump and Shirley, both of which are coming out later this year.

The actor will also play Charon again in the John Wick spin-off movie Ballerina, which doesn’t have a release date yet.

His wife, Stephanie Day, and the two children he had with his ex-wife, Suzanne Louis, are the only people who will remember him.