Abe Vigoda, Dan Haggerty, and David Margulies were among the notable names left out of the show’s video tribute.
By THR Staff
Saturday night’s SAG Awards ceremony paid homage to the many notable film and TV industry figures who died last year, but several names were left out of the show’s “In Memoriam” video tribute.
Susan Sarandon introduced the segment during the telecast, which honored names such as Omar Sharif, David Bowie, Alan Rickman, Anne Meara and Wayne Rogers.
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Among those omitted from the list were the five individuals below:
Vigoda died Jan. 26, 2016 and was best known for playing Det. Phil Fish on the 1970s ABC sitcom Barney Miller. He also starred as mob boss Sal Tessio in two of the Francis Ford Coppola-directed Godfather films.
Haggery, who died Jan. 15, 2016, played the the nature-loving outdoorsman Grizzly Adams in films such as Grizzly Mountain and Escape to Grizzly Mountain. He was also the star in movies such as Muscle Beach Party, Spirit of the Eagle and Elves.
Marguiles, who died Jan. 11, 2016, played the New York City Mayor Lenny Clotch in the Ghostbusters films and Tony Soprano’s lawyer Neil Mink on The Sopranos.
Compton died May 12, 2015 and was known for starring in TV crime series The D.A.’s Man, produced by Jack Webb. He also appeared in the 1945 drama Mildred Pierce and had small roles in films such as Pride of the Marines, San Antonio, Night and Day, and The Ten Commandments.
Grace Lee Whitney
Whitney, who died May 1, 2015, was best known for her role as Janice Rand, the personal assistant who served Captain James T. Kirk (played by William Shatner) in the first season of Star Trek.