2020 Oscars: Luke Perry, Cameron Boyce Omitted From In Memoriam Segment

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Luke Perry poses for a portrait during the 2018 Television Critics Association Summer Press Tour on Aug. 6, 2018 in Beverly Hills, Calif.

Boyce, the 20-year-old actor who died in July, also didn't make the list, which included Oscar-winner Kobe Bryant and screen legend Kirk Douglas.

The In Memoriam segment of the 92nd Oscars on Sunday (Feb. 9) paid tribute to Oscar-winner Kobe Bryant and screen legend Kirk Douglas, but social media was quick to point out the notable names that did not make the montage. 

The video segment, which was accompanied by Billie Eilish singing The Beatles' "Yesterday," surprisingly did not include Luke Perry and horror legend Sid Haig, as well as Cameron Boyce, the actor who tragically died in July at the age of 20. Boyce made his acting debut in the 2008 video for Panic! at the Disco's "That Green Gentleman (Things Have Changed)" and went on to star in the Disney Channel's Jessie, as well as the movies Grown Ups, Judy Moody and the Not Bummer Summer and the recent HBO series Mrs. Fletcher

Once Upon a Time... in Hollywood star Perry died last March at the age of 52. Haig, famed for playing Captain Spaulding in the Rob Zombie films House of 1000 CorpsesThe Devil's Rejects and 3 From Hell, died in September at 80. 

Also missing was Orson Bean, the film, television and stage actor-writer-comedian who died in a car accident Friday at the age of 91.  Perry, Haig and Boyce did, however, all feature in the more lengthy online In Memoriam section of the Academy's website.

This article originally appeared on The Hollywood Reporter.

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