(CNN) Oscar-winning actress Mira Sorvino said she was “shocked and shocked” that her late father, actor Paul Sorvino, did not appear at the televised tribute to the late film industry pro on Sunday. Oscars to celebrate.
“So baffling that my beloved father and so many other wonderful actors who left have been axed,” Sorvino wrote in a tweet on Monday. “I forgot about Paul Sorvino’s Oscars, but the rest of us never will!”
Paul Sorvinowho starred in films including “Goodfellas,” and died in July 2022. Mira Sorvino He praised her father Before Sunday’s event, she was remembered for winning the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress for 1996’s “Mighty Aphrodite.”
She said sharing her win with her father — her “first and best teacher” — was something special because she “gives him back what he’s been giving me my whole life — love, faith, admiration, gratitude.”
“For this first year after his death, it was a bittersweet but beautiful memory,” she said.
Like Anne Heche and the other actors and entertainment industry veterans who died in the past year, the elder Sorvino has been honored in a more inclusive tribute to the Academy. website Promoted at the end of the section with a QR code. Mira Sorvino said she felt her father was “neglected”.
“I am incredibly hurt and shocked that the enormous, lifelong, irreplaceable contribution my father made to the world of cinema has been overlooked by whoever made that list,” Sorvino said. books On the post note on Instagram after the broadcast. “We his adoring family, and you, his adoring fan, know just how unique and wonderful he was. We hope @theacademy will do something to make this right.”
Paul Sorvino’s widow, Dee De Sorvino, also expressed her disappointment in a statement she obtained the people.
Dee De Sorvino said, “Paul Sorvino was one of the greatest actors in the history of Hollywood cinema. It is inconceivable that he was left out of the In Memoriam section of the Academy Awards.” “It’s a three hour show, they can’t give two more minutes to get it right? Paul Sorvino spent decades in the industry and was loved by everyone. Paul wasn’t the only deserving soul to be left out, and the QR code is unacceptable.”
She ended her statement by asking for an apology.
“Shame on the Academy if this is not corrected,” Sorvino wrote. Please do something to make it right.”
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