CARRIE Fisher, one of the most recognizable sars of the 1970s, would’ve been 65 years old today. Friends and fans are remembering the Star Wars actress with tributes, including costar Mark Hamill, who took to Twitter writing Fisher was, “never not fun and always highly tolerant of my juvenile on-set hijinks…even when she wasn’t in the mood.” Who was Carrie Fisher? Carrie Fisher was an American actress, screenwriter, author, producer and speaker. She was born in Beverly Hills, California, to singer Eddie Fisher and actress Debbie Reynolds on October 21, 1956. She was of Russian, Jewish, English and Scottish-Irish descent. Fisher went to Beverly Hills High School until the age of 15, when she nabbed a role as a debutante and singer in the hit Broadway revival Irene, which interfered with her education, prompting her to drop out. She never graduated from high school. She went on to study at the London Central School of Speech and Drama, and was accepted into Sarah Lawrence College to study the arts, but left before she could graduate due to filming commitments. How did Carrie Fisher die? Carrie was taken ill on a flight on December 23, 2016 from London to LAX, and… Read full this story
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