Keanu Reeves "heartbroken" after Lance Reddick death

Lance Reddick, 60, died Friday, and Keanu Reeves is weeping. “We are very grieved and heartbroken by the passing of our great friend and colleague Lance Reddick,”

Reeves, 58, and director Chad Stahelski told Variety. He was professional and fun to deal with. We pray for his wife Stephanie, children, relatives, and friends.”

The team will dedicate March 23's "John Wick: Chapter 4" to Reddick's "fond memory." “We will miss him dearly,” they said.

“Passed away abruptly this morning from natural causes,” Reddick's reps told People. “Lance was best recognised for his work in ‘The Wire,' ‘Bosch,' Netflix's ‘Resident Evil' and the ‘John Wick' films

His wife, Stephanie Reddick, and children, Yvonne Nicole and Christopher, survive him. We'll miss Lance. Please give his family privacy.”

TMZ reported that Reddick's body was found at his Studio City residence by police.

“The Wire” star Wendell Pierce tweeted Friday that Lance was a “man of amazing strength and grace” who died.

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