Some of Lance’s most notable roles include those in the critically acclaimed films Godzilla vs. Kong and John Wick, as well as the critically acclaimed television shows The Wire, Fringe, and Bosch. Born on June 7, 1962, Lance Reddick has been around for quite some time.
In addition to acting, Reddick has also found great success as a musician. He put out multiple albums where he could show off his skills as a singer and songwriter. Both his film and theatrical work have been identified with the distinctively deep and rich tone of his voice.
Reddick played Homeland Security agent and Fringe division director Phillip Broyles on the FOX tv show “Fringe” (2008–13). For his efforts, Lance was nominated for two Saturn Awards.
Christai Productions published Lance Reddick’s first album, “Contemplations & Remembrances,” on September 10. There are nine classical songs on the CD, including Walking, Time to Say Goodbye, Woman in Black, Hey John, Voices, Work of Art, Our Journey and Remembering.
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Is Lance Reddick Gay?
Lance Reddick has been very discreet about his s*xual orientation, choosing not to discuss it publicly. Nonetheless, Lance Reddick married his childhood girlfriend Stephanie Day in June 2011. These facts disprove the homophobic claims that Lance Reddick is gay.
Note: No one has the right to assume anything about another person’s s*xual orientation without first asking them directly. Fans and critics alike continue to respect and adore his artistic accomplishments regardless of his s*xual orientation.
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