James Gandolfini, Roger Lloyd Pack and Richard Griffiths failed to make it into the Baftas’ In Memoriam section.
The three actors were surprisingly missed out during last night’s tribute to stars that have passed away in the past year.
Paul Walker, Joan Fontaine and Philip Seymour Hoffman were some of the celebrities who were included in the touching segment.
Outraged fans voiced their disapproval on Twitter with DavidBedwell tweeting: ‘Let’s not ask who is more worthy of being remembered but James Gandolfini being left out IS a load of b******s.’
Camillatearose said: ‘You’d like to think bafta could have remembered everyone the industry lost this yr. Including James Gandolfini, R L. Pack and R. Griffiths.’
LucyQuickster wrote: ‘No James Gandolfini? Come on @BAFTA you can do better than that. Criminal.’
Sopranos star Gandolfini died of a heart attack in June 2013 while Only Fools and Horses actor Roger Lloyd Pack died of pancreatic cancer in January.
Richard Griffiths, who appeared in Harry Potter and Withnail and I, passed away last March.