Carrie Frances Fisher was born on October 21, 1956. She is an American actress, screenwriter and writer. At the same time, Fisher is the daughter of singer Eddie Fisher and movie theater Debbie Reynolds.
Carrie Fisher trained at the Central School of Spench and Drama for 18 months. In 1975 she played her first film Shampoo with Warren Beatty and Julie Christie. In 1977, she played the biggest role in her career. This role is Princess Leila Organa role, in the original trilogy of George Lucas’s classicized legendary sci-fi series Star Wars. She became a renowned actress worldwide for his role. (A New Hope, The Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi)
After this film she played in the Blues Brothers film in 1980. In the film, Dan Aykroyd and John Belushi played and it was directed by John Landis. In 1986, she starred in Hannah and her sisters. She also played with Tom Hanks in The Burbs. In 1990 she wrote the script of the film, ‘Postcards from the Edge’. In this film, played Mely Streep, Shirley McLaine and Dennis Quaid.
She married with the musician Paul Simon. Their marriage lasted a year.
On December 23, 2016, while she traveled from London to Los Angeles and had a serious heart attack. She was treated in an intensive care unit in California. But unfortunately Fisher did not respond to the treatments. She died on Tuesday, December 27, 2016 at 20.55. She was 60 years old.