The Oscars ceremony’s In Memoriam segment is often one of the most moving and well-liked parts, but it also frequently sparks discussion about who should and shouldn’t be acknowledged during the live broadcast.

This section honors those important figures who passed away in between the yearly celebrations. Viewers are now upset with the 95th Academy Awards, wondering why some talents weren’t recognized during the program. Interestingly, this also includes one actor whose film received a best picture nomination.

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Oscars In memoriam Snubs:

Charlie Dean, who appeared in the 2023 best picture nominations for Triangle of Sorrow was the most notable omission on Sunday night. The 32-year-old South African performer passed away in August as a result of developing the rare disease Capnocytophaga.

Anne Heche, who also passed away in August following a car accident, was similarly left off the list of In Memoriam recipients. Popularly, the 53-year-old “Donnie Brasco” actor dated comedian Ellen DeGeneres.

Tom Sizemore, Paul Sorvino, and Chaim Topol, who played the title role in “Fiddler on the Roof,” were among the best actor nominees who were not included in the Sunday night homage.

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This month, Sizemore, 61, experienced a catastrophic brain aneurysm. Chaim Topol passed away last week at the age of 87.

Moreover, Robert Blake, the late actor who was infamously accused of fatally killing his second wife, was also omitted from the Oscars “In Memoriam” tribute.

Lenny Kravitz performed “Calling All Angels” during the yearly Oscars In Memoriam segment, which was presented by John Travolta while paying respect to Olivia Newton-John, who played Sandy in the Grease movie.

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Hollywood luminaries James Caan, Angela Lansbury, Gina Lollobrigida, Olivia Newton-John, Raquel Welch, and director Wolfgang Petersen were among those who were honored during the gala this year.