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Oscars ‘In Memoriam’ Segment Uses Picture Of Living Woman

Jan Chapman says she’s ‘devastated’ that not only was her picture used, but that her late friend was disrespected by the mistake she said was avoidable.

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It’s easy to make mistakes at a long live telecast like the Oscars (just ask Faye Dunaway), but there’s one that has reportedly “devastated” a film producer.

Jan Chapman, who was nominated for an Oscar in 1994 for The Piano, says her picture was used instead of Janet Patterson’s during the “In Memoriam” segment of Sunday’s telecast. Patterson, a four-time nominee for The Piano and other films, died last October at 60.

Chapman told Variety that she had tried to work with the Oscars to make sure they had the right photo of Patterson, and was assured everything was taken care of.

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