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Yesterday the 92nd Annual Academy Awards took place at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood.
During the show, the traditional In Memoriam segment featured video clips of actors, directors, and writers who have passed away since last years Oscars ceremony. Singer Billie Eilish covered "Yesterday" by the Beatles during this moment, but that didn't stop the segment from causing some uproar online from fans.
The segment left out some beloved actors including Tim Conway, Luke Perry, Robert Conrad, and more.
So don't worry about it Oscars, we got you covered here at KFI.
Tim Conway (December 15, 1933 – May 14, 2019).
His appearances in films include the Disney films The World's Greatest Athlete, the Apple Dumpling Gang, Gus, and the Apple Dumpling Gang Rides Again. He also starred in the Billion Dollar Hobo, the Prize Fighter, The Private Eyes, and Dear God.
Watch the trailer for his movie the Private Eyes below.
Luke Perry (October 11, 1966 - March 4, 2019)
Some of his appearances in films included Buffy the Vampire Slayer, The Enemy, Beat Beneath My Feet, 8 Seconds and even the 2020 Best Picture nominee Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.
Watch a trailer for his appearance in 8 seconds below:
Robert Conrad (March 1, 1935 - February 8, 2020)
Some of his appearances in films included More Wild Wild West, Palm Springs Weekend, Wrong Is Right, Young Dillinger, and more.
Watch a trailer for his appearance for More Wild Wild West below:
Comment below any other names you want honored that the Oscars missed this year.