Carrie Fisher Bio: Who is Carrie Fisher?

Carrie Fisher Bio: Who is Carrie Fisher

In Carrie Fisher bio, you get some insights into who she is as a person - Princess Leia of Star Wars fame, writer, published author, script polisher

Trio Of Star Wars: The Last Jedi Posters Revealed, Including Carrie Fisher’s General Leia

Trio Of Star Wars: The Last Jedi Posters Revealed, Including Carrie Fisher’s General Leia

Carrie Fisher: News, Bio and Official Links of #carriefisher for Streaming or Download Music

Carrie Fisher for Streaming or Download Music

Carrie Fisher: News, Bio and Official Links of #carriefisher for Streaming or Download Music

Wishful Drinking

Wishful Drinking Playbill Covers on Broadway - I am thinking a must read book as well!

Carrie Fishers death may leave #TheLastJedi unaffected but it changes the course of the entire #StarWars universe. In Vanity Fairs new cover story Lucasfilm President Kathleen Kennedy recalls [Carrie] said Id better be at the forefront of IX! Because Harrison was front and center on VII and Mark is front and center on VIII. She thought IX would be her movie. And it would have been. #TheLastJedi cast opens up about their final experience working with Carrie Fisher at the link in bio…

Fisher, who died in December, with daughter Billie Lourd (Lieutenant Kaydel Connie). Photograph by Annie Leibovitz. See Annie Leibovitz’s Exclusive Cast Portraits of Star Wars: The Last Jedi for Vanity Fair

Sissy Spacek & Carrie Fisher, 1978.
Almost Cast as Princess Leia (Star Wars): Sissy Spacek: "Brian DePalma and George Lucas held a joint casting session for the movies each was developing at the time—Carrie and Star Wars, respectively. Spacek and Carrie Fisher both auditioned for both the telekinetic social outcast Carrie White and for spunky space-traveling princess Leia Organa." (Photograph by Keystone/Getty Images via LIFE).

A new study shows promising results for reducing anxiety in kids who have anxious parents.

"For #StarWars they had me tape down my breasts because there are no breasts in space. - 20Q from Carrie Fishers 1983 Interview read it - link in our bio @Playboy

"For they had me tape down my breasts because there are no breasts in space. - from Carrie Fishers 1983 Interview read it - link in our bio

40 years later and new #StarWars tidbits continue to emerge. It turns out Princess Leia got her Ph.D. at 19 while Luke was busy moping around his moisture farm. Understandably they needed an actress who could "play with a lot of authority"and Carrie Fisher fit the bill. Read more about this Star Wars back story at the link in bio. Photograph by Annie Leibovitz.  via VANITY FAIR MAGAZINE OFFICIAL INSTAGRAM - Celebrity  Fashion  Politics  Advertising  Culture  Beauty  Editorial Photography…

40 years later and new #StarWars tidbits continue to emerge. It turns out Princess Leia got her Ph.D. at 19 while Luke was busy moping around his moisture farm. Understandably they needed an actress who could "play with a lot of authority"and Carrie Fisher fit the bill. Read more about this Star Wars back story at the link in bio. Photograph by Annie Leibovitz. via VANITY FAIR MAGAZINE OFFICIAL INSTAGRAM - Celebrity Fashion Politics Advertising Culture Beauty Editorial Photography…

Debbie Reynolds b. 4/1/1932- d. 2/28/2016, one day after daughter Carrie ~ Mary Frances "Debbie" Reynolds ~ Our favorite all-American sweetheart!  Blessings to the family!

an terrific list of pictures of Debbie Reynolds. Reynolds was born Mary Frances Reynolds in El Paso, Texas, the daughter of Maxine and Raymond Francis Reynolds , who was a carpenter for the Southern Pacific Railroad. Vote for the best Reynolds photo.

Before we say goodbye to 2016, we're looking to some of the best reads from the final week of the year. From highlighting the inspiring role that Carrie Fisher as Leia Organa had on women to being optimistic about more women in tech jobs in 2017, head to the blog to see this week's links we love. [ Link in bio]   @monicawangphoto #createcultivate

Before we say goodbye to 2016, we're looking to some of the best reads from the final week of the year. From highlighting the inspiring role that Carrie Fisher as Leia Organa had on women to being optimistic about more women in tech jobs in 2017, head to the blog to see this week's links we love. [ Link in bio] @monicawangphoto #createcultivate

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