Jack Klugman's son is outraged at the decision to give the late Cory Monteith a special honour but not his father at this Sunday's award ceremony.
Jack Klugman's son has made it publicly known that he disagrees with the Emmy organizers honouring Glee star Cory Monteith and not his father.
Jack Klugman, who starred in the 1970's hits, 'The Odd Couple' and 'Quincey, M.E', died last December at the age of 90 years old and his son has spoken out against the Emmy organizers for placing his father into a 'In Memorium' reel that usually includes behind the scenes personnel and the lesser known actors who have passed away in the last year.
Adam Klugman has also spoken out about the extended memorial service for the late Glee star, Cory Monteith, who tragically died earlier this summer from alcohol and heroin poisoning.
Garry Marshall, Peggy Crosby and Jack Klugman - Garry Marshall, Peggy Crosby and Jack Klugman Santa Monica, California - The 6th Annual 'TV Land Awards' - Arrivals held at Barker Hanger Sunday 8th June 2008
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