Several actors were surprisingly omitted from the In Memoriam section at the 2014 BAFTAs, including James Gandolfini, Roger Lloyd Pack and Richard Griffiths.
The section, which paid tribute to Hollywood and British film talent from behind and in front of camera, highlighted the sad passing of (amongst others) Paul Walker, Joan Fontaine and Philip Seymour Hoffman this year.
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But Gandolfini, who died of a heart attack in June 2013, was not included in the list. Most famous for ‘The Sopranos’, he also starred in dozens of films including ‘True Romance’ and ‘The Man Who Wasn’t There’.
Neither was ‘Only Fools and Horses’ star Roger Lloyd Pack, who appeared in the ‘Harry Potter’ franchise, ‘Tinker, Tailor Soldier Spy’ and many more before he died of pancreatic cancer in January.
Fellow ‘Harry Potter’ alumni Richard Griffiths was also omitted. He played Vernon Dursley in the series, but is most famous for playing Uncle Monty in the cult classic ‘Withnail and
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