Reg E. Cathey passed away on Friday at his home in NYC 

House of Cards and The Wire’s Reg E. Cathey dies at age 59

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Reg E. Cathey passed away at the young age of 59 on Friday at his home in NYC.

The House of Cards actor has been battling lung cancer.  

But the exact cause of his death has not been released to the public.

Reg E. Cathey passed away on Friday at his home in NYC 

Reg E. Cathey passed away on Friday at his home in NYC 

Reg E. Cathey passed away on Friday at his home in NYC 

Reg was a 2015 Emmy winner and three-time nominee for outstanding guest actor on the hit political drama House of Cards. 

He played Freddy Hayes—the owner of a BBQ restaurant.

The actor also had significant supporting roles on HBO’s The Wire and Oz.  

The House of Cards actor has been battling lung cancer, but the exact cause of his death has not been released to the public 

The House of Cards actor has been battling lung cancer, but the exact cause of his death has not been released to the public 

The House of Cards actor has been battling lung cancer, but the exact cause of his death has not been released to the public 

Reg won an Emmy in 2015 for outstanding guest actor on House of Cards 

Reg won an Emmy in 2015 for outstanding guest actor on House of Cards 

Reg won an Emmy in 2015 for outstanding guest actor on House of Cards 

Co-stars, co-workers, friends, and fans took to Twitter to share their kind words about the Alabama native.

Luke Cage’s Mike Colter posted on Twitter, ‘Go gentle into that good night my brother. It was an honor spending time with you on set. Getting to know you as a person and an artist. You will be missed. Condolences to your family. I salute you.’ 

While the legendary Samuel L. Jackson said, ‘Shattered at the loss of Reg E. Cathey! Brilliant actor, humorist, and friend! Irreplaceable! The ancestors about to be challenged!!’ 

Co-stars, co-workers, friends, and fans took to Twitter to share their kind words and memories about the Alabama native 

Co-stars, co-workers, friends, and fans took to Twitter to share their kind words and memories about the Alabama native 

Co-stars, co-workers, friends, and fans took to Twitter to share their kind words and memories about the Alabama native 

Luke Cage's Mike Colter posted on Twitter, 'Go gentle into that good night my brother. It was an honor spending time with you on set. Getting to know you as a person and an artist. You will be missed. Condolences to your family. I salute you' 

Luke Cage's Mike Colter posted on Twitter, 'Go gentle into that good night my brother. It was an honor spending time with you on set. Getting to know you as a person and an artist. You will be missed. Condolences to your family. I salute you' 

Luke Cage’s Mike Colter posted on Twitter, ‘Go gentle into that good night my brother. It was an honor spending time with you on set. Getting to know you as a person and an artist. You will be missed. Condolences to your family. I salute you’ 

While the legendary Samuel L. Jackson posted on Twitter, 'Shattered at the loss of Reg E. Cathey! Brilliant actor, humorist, and friend! Irreplaceable! The ancestors about to be challenged!!'

While the legendary Samuel L. Jackson posted on Twitter, 'Shattered at the loss of Reg E. Cathey! Brilliant actor, humorist, and friend! Irreplaceable! The ancestors about to be challenged!!'

While the legendary Samuel L. Jackson posted on Twitter, ‘Shattered at the loss of Reg E. Cathey! Brilliant actor, humorist, and friend! Irreplaceable! The ancestors about to be challenged!!’

 

 

– Daily Mail

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