Viola Davis paid tribute to Philip Seymour Hoffman on Thursday, February 3, a day after his 8th death anniversary.

Davis and Hoffman starred in "Doubt" (2008) and received Academy Award nominations for their roles.

The actress uploaded a portrait of her co-star, writing, "You are missed. Love you Philip ❤".

On February 3, 2014, authorities found Hoffman dead at his Manhattan apartment.

The Oscar winner had a needle in his arm and passed from acute mixed drug intoxication.

Medical examiners found benzodiazepines, heroin, amphetamine, and cocaine in the "Capote" actor's system.

Hoffman's neighbors noticed that despite being a doting father-of-three, he suffered from alcoholism and depression.

Matthew Warchus remembers Hoffman as "a really bright person, a family man who made so many good choices."

Davis' Black History Month recommendations include Donald Glover's "Atlanta" and her upcoming memoir "Finding Me."