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Actor Reg E. Cathey, who had roles in the hit series "House of Cards" and "The Wire," has died, a Hollywood TV series creator reported. He was 59. Cathey's death was first reported late Friday on Twitter by "The Wire" creator David Simon. Show More Summary
David Simon, writer and creator of The Wire, announced Cathey's death on social media. "Though he earned credits in dozens of television shows and movies, it was Mr. Cathey’s portrayal of Freddy Hayes — an empathetic, salt-of-the-earth barbecue pit owner whose restaurant provides a respite for Francis Underwood, the scheming politician in House of Cards […]
The actor was best known for roles on House Of Cards and The Wire.
He was 59 years old.
There are plenty of actors who don’t become household names but bring rich talent to the table as character actors that everyone recognizes. The Wire and House of Cards star Reg E. Cathey was one of those actors, and sadly he’s no longer with us. Show More Summary
Actor Reg E. Cathey, who played Freddy on “House of Cards” and appeared in “The Wire,” has died. He was 59 and had reportedly been battling cancer. Known for his distinctive baritone voice, Reginald Eugene Cathey began acting in 1984 in a television movie called “A Doctor’s Story.” He guest starred...
Actor Reg E. Cathey, better known for his roles in the hit Netflix drama House of Cards and the HBO series The Wire, has died. His death was announced Friday night by David Simon, the creator of The Wire, who paid tribute to the late 59-year-old actor on Twitter. Show More Summary
Actor Reg E. Cathey, who played Freddy on “House of Cards,” has died.
As Freddy Hayes, he served up barbecue to Frank Underwood on House of Cards, while on The Wire he served as right-hand man to Mayor Tommy Carcetti. Now, sad news out of New York: Actor Reg E. Cathey died there at age 59 after fighting lung cancer, TMZ reports. The...
Actor Reg E. Cathey Has Passed Away Actor Reg E. Cathey, better known for his roles in the hit Netflix House of Cards and the HBO series The Wire, has passed away. His death was announced on Friday night
Cathey won an Emmy for his portrayal of the BBQ joint owner Freddy Hayes in 'House of Cards.'
The actor passed away after a battling lung cancer.
Actor Reg E. Cathey, known for his roles on House of Cards and The Wire, has died at the age of 59. Born Reginald Eugene Cathey, the Yale School of Drama grad appeared in a wide variety of film and TV projects since making his screen debut in 1984, including ... More »