Oscar 2020: Missing from the “In Memoriam” category of the Lac Perry Academy Awards

Oscar 2020: Missing from the "In Memoriam" category of the Lac Perry Academy Awards

Luke Perry’s “In Memoriam” tribute was not included in the 92nd Academy Awards on Sunday night, causing some frustration via social media.

Perry, best known for his role in the “Beverly Hills, 90210,” character He died in March 2019 after a stroke. He is 52 years old. The last movie he appeared in was Quentin Tarantino “Once Upon A Time … In Hollywood,” A film obtained multiple Nominating Academy Awards He won two Oscars, including Best Supporting Actor for Brad Pitt

When Billy Ellis made a mournful rendition of the Beatles song “Yesterday” during the “In Memoriam” section of the show, fans realized that the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences surpassed Perry. Kobe Bryant and tributes were offered in the department Cork Douglas, Both of whom recently passed – but Perry snubbed.

Perry isn’t the only actor who didn’t make the cut in “In Memoriam” this year. Cameron BoyceHe who died as a result of his detention at the age of twenty-one, was as he was Tim Conway, Best known for her role in the Emmy-winning actor “The Carol Burnett Show,” which has also appeared in many big screen comedies.

The performers were not included in the Oscars, but they appeared in “In Memoriam” online Bargain Photo on the Academy website.

“Luke wasn’t at Perry Inn Memorial ?? He was literally one of the most-nominated pictures of the night !! Disgraceful !!” One Twitter user protested.

Many others expressed their anger, causing his name to be trending within minutes.

The Academy made no comment about Perry and the others not mentioned in the segment.

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