Luke Perry, Cameron Boyce, Tim Conway missing from Oscar’s Memoriam


Bella Nieves

Many celebrities were honored this year in the Oscar’s Memoriam like Kobe Bryant and Sylvia Myles.

A few key people were missing from this tribute, which is forgivable, but disappointing. Luke Perry, Cameron Boyce, and Tim Conway were not shown during this memoriam.

“Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” won two Oscar’s, in which Luke Perry plays Wayne Maunder. He also had an outstanding role in “Riverdale” and “Beverly Hills 90210.” Perry tragically died at age 52 in 2019 because of a stroke.

Cameron Boyce died in 2019 at the early age of 20 years old. He had an ongoing condition that resulted in a seizure that sadly, ended his life. Boyce’s career was looking up before his death with roles in, “Jessie,” “Descendants,” and “Grown Ups.”

Fans were not at all happy about him not being in the memoriam. One fan said on Twitter,  “The fact that Cameron Boyce wasn’t mentioned in the Memoriam at the Oscars was not ok! #Oscars20 #Oscars #cameronboyce” states, “Conway was also snubbed during the tribute. The comedian and actor died at 85 in May 2019.” Tim Conway won six Primetime Emmy Awards during his career, four of them were awarded for The Carol Burnett Show, which includes one for writing.

Unfortunately, Conway was diagnosed with Normal-pressure hydrocephalus in 2018. He them died because of this on May 14, 2019. He was 85 years old.

It’s sad that these amazing people were not included in the Oscar’s Memoriam, but they do not need a memoriam in order to not be forgotten. Their fans, their viewers, and loved ones will always keep them in their hearts.