Gone too soon…
Shattered at the loss of Reg E. Cathey! Brilliant actor, humorist& friend! Irreplaceable! The ancestors about to be challenged !!
— Samuel L. Jackson (@ SamuelLJackson) February 10, 2018
Damn, I didn’t know till now. Lucky to have worked with him on got a couple of play-acts at the Public and at Yale Rep … he was great
— Thomas Gibson (@ ImThomasGibson) February 10, 2018
Just read that Reg E. Cathey has passed away. Reg was an improbably kind and wonderful person with a vibrant adoration for the arts. He would bring his saxophone to fixed and serenade everyone at base camp during infringes. Rest In Peace my friend.
— Miles Teller (@ Miles_Teller) February 10, 2018
I worked with Reg once – one of my first plays, and he gave me a piece of advice that really stayed with me for some reason. No exaggeration, I imagine I’ve thought of him once on every undertaking since. I guess it’s impossible to predict one’s impact. Thank you, Reg. https :// t.co/ Dw95BqOQIE
— John Cho (@ JohnTheCho) February 10, 2018
Reg Cathey, 1958 -2 018. Not only a fine, masterful performer — but simply one of the most delightful human being with whom I ever shared some long periods on determine. On humour alone, he could doubled any humankind over and leave him guessing. Reg, your remembrance is a great boon. pic.twitter.com/ OHEUbAhTg0
— David Simon (@ AoDespair) February 9, 2018
Reg Cathey was one of a kind. Brimming with life force, generosity, humor, gravitas and a fountain of flair. Desired by everyone luck enough know him and work with him. He had been substantially missed.
Rest In Peace, Reg. pic.twitter.com/ p9DXFgDevP
— Beau Willimon (@ BeauWillimon) February 9, 2018
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