Lance Reddick has passed away at the age of 60, and while he will be remembered for his memorable role in John Wick, the gaming community will cherish him for his lasting performances in the Horizon and Destiny games.While his recent exploits as Charon in Keanu Reeves's John Wick series have caught the eye of many, Reddick's most memorable performances perhaps include his roles on television, such as Cedric Daniels in The Wire, Chief Irvin Irving in Bosch and P Broyles in Fringe.Gamers, however, will remember his iconic portrayal of Sylens in Horizon: Zero Dawn and Horizon: Forbidden West and his trademark monologs as Commander Zavala in the Destiny franchise.
He also provided his voice and likeness for the character of Martin Hatch in Remedy Entertainment's Quantum Break.Various people in the industry have expressed their grief at Reddick's passing.
The actor had quite a profound effect on many of the projects that he was a part of. Fans of Commander Zavala, an integral character from the original Destiny story, have flooded social media with posts honoring his life.Thanking Reddick for his contributions to the series, Twitter user Destiny Tracker tweeted:Players have also paid homage to Commander Zavala by congregating around his character model at the Tower in Destiny 2.
One fan explained:Horizon fans were not behind either, and Lance's portrayal of the enigmatic and highly important character of Sylens in the series clearly struck a chord with a number of them as they shared scenes depicting him as a tribute:Reddick's first foray into gaming was back in 2009 in 50 Cent: Blood on the Sand, and he has also reprised his role as Charon in the tactical RPG John Wick Hex in 2019.Read more on sportskeeda.com