A fine actress, author and screenwriter, providing a combination of composure, talent and positive vibes to the role of Princess Leia in the Star-Wars franchise, Carrie Fisher passed away at the age of 60.
Ms. Fisher, better known as Princess Leia, suffered cardiac arrest on a flight traveling from London to Los Angeles (L.A). Fisher was later hospitalized in L.A, where she could not cope up with her deteriorating condition and passed away at 8:55 a .m.
Daughter of famous pop artiste Eddie Fisher and actress Debbie Reynolds, Carrie was also considered to be the child of Hollywood herself. Her greatest hit, Star Wars, released in 1977 and changed her life for the better in many ways, becoming an overnight success and making Fisher and overnight star.
According to NY Times, Ms. Fisher established Princess Leia as a damsel who could very much deal with her own distress, whether facing down the villainy of the dreaded Darth Vader or the romantic interests of the roguish smuggler Han Solo.
Fisher had a very outgoing personality and always stood up to the claims that were made for or against her. She admitted in the Princess Diarist that she had an affair with Harrison Ford, who at the time was married, during the filming of the first Star Wars movie. Later on, Ms. Fisher also accepted intoxication and using drugs such as Percodan and LSD throughout the 1970s and 80s, while she was addicted to Cocaine during the shooting of ‘The Empire Strikes Back’.
Carrie had a very prominent Twitter following and was very active, always communicating with her fans in a playful mood, using lots of emoji. Last year, after the Force Awakens was released, she tweeted: “Please stop debating about whether OR not [eye emoji] aged well. unfortunately, it hurts all 3 of my feelings. My BODY hasn’t aged as well as I have.”