Star Wars Icon Carrie Fisher Dead at 60
By MEHER ONISA : 28-Dec-2016
Carrie Fisher, the Star Wars actor, writer has breathed her last in Los Angeles four days after succumbing to a heart attack while she was in her United Airlines flight that was performing its journey from London to Los Angeles.
The deceased’s daughter Billie Lourd informed about her mother who passed away on Tuesday morning at 8:55AM while she was en route from London to LA.
Fisher Survived by Her 84 Years’ Old Veteran Hollywood Star Mother:
Debbie Reynolds, the mother of the departed starlet had mentioned how they had just celebrated Christmas together with the whole family members.
She thanked to millions of Fisher’s fans who had acknowledged the unending talent of her beloved daughter. She added that she would remain grateful for their deep thoughts and prayers that would add strength to her in such tragic stage of life.
Fisher’s Career Profile:
Fisher the American actress, writer, producer, and hilarious realist is remembered for playing Princess Leia in the Star Wars film series. She was applauded for her self-honesty that contrasts with the artifice of Hollywood celebrity.
The other relevant flicks of the star includes Shampoo (1975), The Blues Brothers (1980), Hannah and Her Sisters (1986), The Burbs (1989) and When Harry Met Sally (1989).
The laurel Lady was widely known for her semi-autobiographical novels adding Postcards and Wishful Drinking to name a few.
Tribute to Carrie Fisher:
Fisher’s Star Wars co-star Harrison Ford, 74, remorseful statement: “Carrie was one-of-a-kind brilliant, original, funny and emotionally fearless individual. She lived her life, bravely. My thoughts are with her daughter Billie, her mother Debbie, her brother Todd, her many friends and fans. We will all miss her.”
Mark Hamill rushed after hearing about the sad demise of the icon. He had starred as Luke Skywalker alongside Fisher in the Star Wars films. He tweeted “no words #Devastated”.