Carrie Fisher, Princess Leila of Star Wars, has died

Carrie Fisher, Princess Leila of Star Wars, has died

Carrie Fisher, the unforgettable princess Leila of "Star Wars", died today only 60 years after a heart attack

Carrie Fisher didn't make it. The actress, famous for playing the princess Leila in "Star Wars", died after a few days ago she suffered a heart attack on a flight to Los Angeles. The crew members immediately intervened, practicing cardiac massage and mouth-to-mouth resuscitation, in an attempt to revive her. Landed the plane, Carrie Fisher was rushed to the hospital and admitted to the Ucla Medica in intensive care. Her condition had immediately appeared tragic, even though her mother, Debbie Reynolds, and her brother had tried to reassure the fans, stating that the situation had stabilized.

In the last few hours, however, some complications occurred that would have been fatal for the actress, who died today at only 60 years of age. The announcement of the death was given by the family spokesman, Simon Halls, who reported some statements by Fisher's daughter, Billie Lourd. "It is with a profound sadness that Billie Lourd confirms that her beloved mother Carrie Fisher died at 8.55 this morning – reads a note -. She was loved by the world and she will be deeply missed. Our family thanks you for your thoughts and your prayers ".

The daughter of singer Eddie Fisher and actress Debbie Reynolds, she had cinema and success in blood. He made his debut in the world of the still very small show, playing in a Broadway show and in 1975 he debuted in the cinema with "Shampoo" alongside Warren Beatty and Julie Christie.

The turning point in his career, however, came thanks to "Star Wars" and the role of Princess Leila, which made her famous throughout the world. In addition to "Star Wars" with Harrison Ford, he also starred in other very famous films, from "The Blues Brothers" to "Harry I introduce you to Sally", up to "Scream 3" and "Maps to the stars". The last appearance on the big screen was in "Star Wars: The Awakening of the Force", George Lucas' last masterpiece.

At the age of 24, she discovered she was suffering from a bipolar mood disorder that at 28 years of age brought her one step closer to death from an overdose. In private life she had been married to singer Paul Simon, with whom she lived a troubled history until 1991.

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