Stephanie Reddick is known as the wife of famous Hollywood actor Lance Reddick.
Married Life Of Stephanie
Stephanie has been married to Lance for more than two-decade. They met each other in an acting theatre.
Her husband was acting in the play there.
They had a low-key wedding where only family and loved ones were invited.
They exchanged their vows in Minneapolis in 2011.
The couple does not have children.
They are seen together at many events and on red carpets.
Husband's First Marriage
Lance was married to Suzanne Yvonne Louis before Stephanie came into his life.
His ex-wife was a jewelry designer by profession. They tied the knot in 1986.
But the couple's marriage did not last for long. There is no exact information why they broke their marriage.
The couple got divorced and separated their paths. Lance shares a daughter named Christopher with his first wife.
He had a great bond with his daughter till now.
Lance's ex-wife met someone, and they started dating, and Lance also met the love of his life Stephanie and moved on with her.
Her husband Lance is 60 years old.
Lance net worth is estimated to be $4 million. He has managed to earn this fortune from his television career.
He has also earned chunks from movies and, by lending, his voice for many video games.
Lance Faced Racism In Hollywood
Lance believed that his career would blow up if he was a part of The Wire's television series.
He always knew that there was racism in business. But he was confident that his level of work would rise above it.
But he did not know how deep the racism was in business as it was just not him dealing with it. Many people dealt with that.
When he moved to the city, he was auditioning for a show, and one of the black managers from a prominent management firm considered working with him.
While discussing the show' The Wire,' he said that he would not allow his white colleague to watch that show.
He said that he did not get many opportunities compared to his white colleague.
He has got only two auditions for a lead role in his entire career, while his other white colleague had multiple opportunities to audition for a lead role.
Lance Felt Nowhere During His School Days
In an interview, Lance talked about his school days.
His mother used to teach in public school, and she decided to send her son to private school.
So he attended private school. The school was predominantly filled with white and upper-class children.
To a white person, he always felt like he represented black. He did not have his identity, and to black people, as soon as they heard him talk, he was something other than black.
But he felt like he did not fit anywhere. He always felt like he does not fit anywhere.
He just wanted to finish his school time, watch television, and get lost in his fantasies.
He wanted to become Bruce Lee and cops.
Lance Talked About His Worst Audition
Six months after he got out of drama school, he got a call to audition for a play called Seven Guitars.
He got the audition a day before, and he was not fully prepared.
He was nervous as heck and went for his audition.
He got into the casting director's room and sat to read his lines, and then he noticed that his fly was open.
He felt embarrassed because of the situation.
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