When you hear the name Carrie Fisher, Princess Leia of Star Was fame comes to mind, but the actress was so much more to her many fans. She was also a famed speaker, producer, screenwriter, and author. Some of her works include novel “Postcards from the Edge,” including a screenplay by the same name and a non-fiction book, “Wishful Drinking.” Her parents were Eddie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds. Her dad passed on back in 2010 while Debbie shared the devastating news about the death of her beloved daughter.

Carrie Fisher makes troubling flight from London to Los Angeles

Carrie Fisher was on a flight from London to Los Angeles on Friday, December 23rd when she suddenly suffered cardiac arrest. Fisher was quickly removed from the plane by paramedics to be rushed to a nearby hospital, the UCLA Medical Center. The famed actress was immediately being treated for her heart problems. Reports were that she seemed stable and looked better as of yesterday the 26th, but she suddenly took a turn for the worse and was pronounced dead at the hospital today, the 27th.

The news has devastated all her friends, family, and fans.

The news of Carrie Fisher’s death came in a statement from a family friend, Simon Hall, speaking on behalf of her only daughter Billie Lourd. His statement said, “It is with a very deep sadness that Billie Lourd confirms that her beloved mother Carrie Fisher passed away at 8:55 this morning.” Four days after suffering a heart attack, Ms. Fisher lost her life at age 60.

The many famous roles of Carrie Fisher

Although she was predominantly known as Princess Leia in Star Wars, the actress played many other characters throughout her years. Her big break was in 1975 in “Shampoo” where she played a seductive teen and went on to star in the “Blues Brothers” in 1980, “Hannah and Her Sisters” in 1986, “The ‘Burbs” in 1989, and “When Harry Met Sally,” also in 1989. This is just a snippet of her roles and talents throughout her life.

Ms. Carrie Fisher will be truly missed by so many around the world.

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