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Destiny 2 players hold vigils to honor Lance Reddick, voice of Commander Zavala

Lance Reddick, a beloved and prolific actor that starred in films, television shows, and video games like John Wick, The Wire, and Horizon Zero Dawn, has tragically passed away at the age of 60. TMZ first reported the news earlier today, citing a statement from law enforcement to the publication that Reddick died of natural causes.

Most probably know of Reddick as The Wire’s Cedric Daniels, a character he played across five seasons from 2002 until 2008. He also starred in Bosch as Deputy Chief Irvin Irving from 2014 to 2021, a role that he was nominated to win a Best Supporting Actor on Television Saturn Award for. Throughout the last 10 years, Reddick has also played Charon, the Continental Hotel’s concierge in all four John Wick films. For players of Bungie’s live service shooter Destiny 2, though, Lance Reddick is Commander Zavala, the Vanguard of the Titan class and the Vanguard Commander of The Last City.

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Reddick has voiced the character throughout all of Destiny’s seasons and expansions since the original game released in 2014, and up until his passing, maintained a resolute commitment to the series. Many of the franchise’s characters have been recast over the years due to scheduling conflicts and other complications, but Lance Reddick always returned to voice Commander Zavala. Always.


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