Luke Perry And Cameron Boyce Were Left Out Of The 2020 Oscars In Memoriam Tribute
Last night's 92nd Academy Awards saw many emotional moments. One of the most emotional however was the in memoriam segment of the evening where all beloved entertainment icons who have died over the last year are remembered.
The Academy pays tribute too all entertainment icons who have passed over the course of the last year during their in memoriam segment of the evening every year. During the tribute last night, Billie Eilish performed her version of The Beatles' song "Yesterday".
Luke Perry and Cameron Boyce were left out of the Oscars In Memoriam tribute
Fans were quick to recognize that two actors were left out of the tribute: Luke Perry and Cameron Boyce. Luke Perry was best-known for his role on Beverly Hills, 90210 and Riverdale. The actor's last on-screen appearance was even in Once Upon a Time... In Hollywood, which was one of the Best Pictures nominees.
Perry passed away suddenly at the age of 52 in March 2019 following a massive stroke. Fans and co-stars alike took to social media to pay tribute to the talented actor.
Cameron Boyce suffered a fatal seizure in his sleep in July 2019. His death shocked Hollywood as he was only 20 years old. Boyce was best-known for his roles in Descendants and Grown Ups.
Among those celebrities who were honoured during the tribute are NBA legend Kobe Bryant, Robert Evans, Buck Henry, Rip Torn, Rutger Hauer, Doris Day, and John Singleton.