von Carrie Fisher · (). 9,49 €. 'Smart and funny the pages crackle with one-liners' Guardian 'Who do I think I would've been if I hadn't been Princess. Carrie Fisher. Schauspieler • Drehbuchautor. Fixstern am Firmament Hollywoods wurde sie durch die Rolle der Prinzessin Leia in der mittleren „Star Wars. Carrie Frances Fisher war eine US-amerikanische Schauspielerin, Komikerin und Autorin. Weltbekannt wurde sie als Prinzessin Leia in den Star-Wars-Filmen.
Wie tote Stars zurückkommen: Das Geschäft mit dem digitalen ComebackDie Filmografie Carrie Fishers nennt die Kino- und Fernsehfilme sowie Serien, in denen die Schauspielerin und Autorin Carrie Fisher mitgewirkt hat. Von von Carrie Fisher · (). 9,49 €. 'Smart and funny the pages crackle with one-liners' Guardian 'Who do I think I would've been if I hadn't been Princess. Carrie Fisher hosted the November 18, episode of Saturday Night Live, in which she came onto the stage outfitted as Princess Leia, complete to her hair.
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Self uncredited. Self - Interviewee. TV Series Self - Guest - Episode dated 10 October It was the first time the two had appeared in the same film since Star Wars: Episode VI - Return of the Jedi Neither of them knew the other was involved in the project until shortly after filming had been completed.
They would later reunite again in Star Wars: Episode VII - The Force Awakens She did her very first European signing in London, England in a hotel library on August 3, It was an exclusive one-day signing, and tickets limited to She has confirmed in her autobiography that she disliked the "bagel-bun" hairstyle that she wore in the original Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope However, prior to filming, the studio had requested that she lose some weight first, which she had not.
Out of fear of being fired for it, she was eager to comply with everything that director George Lucas suggested, which included the hairstyle.
When asked to choose her favorite moment from the original Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope trilogy, she explained that her favorite moments were the arguing scenes between her and Harrison Ford.
She had to stand on a box for many of her scenes with Harrison Ford in the original Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope trilogy because she was roughly a foot shorter than him and did not fit into the frame.
Former stepdaughter of Connie Stevens , Harry Karl and Elizabeth Taylor. She was diagnosed with bipolar disorder and spoke on this topic to thousands of psychiatrists assembled for the American Psychiatric Association's Annual Meeting in May in New York City.
She was listed as a potential nominee on the Razzie Award nominating ballot in the category of the Worst Supporting Actress category for her performance in the film Undiscovered , however, she failed to receive a nomination.
Her mother, Debbie Reynolds , lived next door to her for most of her life. She was once engaged to Dan Aykroyd. She has one daughter, Billie Lourd , whose father is the film agent, Bryan Lourd.
Fisher and Lourd never married. After he left her for a man, she used the experience as the opening premise for her novel, The Best Awful. She wrote several novels, including the semi-autobiographical Postcards from the Edge, a thinly veiled study of the relationship between Fisher and her mother, Debbie Reynolds.
It later became the film Postcards from the Edge , which starred Meryl Streep and Shirley MacLaine in the Fisher and Reynolds roles respectively.
She revealed in her memoir Wishful Drinking that she once had a romantic relationship with U. Senator Chris Dodd D-Connecticut.
When Dodd was asked for a comment by a reporter from The Kansas City Star in , he explained that "it was a long, long time ago in a galaxy far, far away.
She was good friends with Michael Jackson and Meryl Streep. Streep portrayed Fisher in Postcards from the Edge In her memoir Wishful Drinking, she noted that, like her mother in Singin' in the Rain , she became famous at age 19 for her role in a classic hit alongside two male co-stars.
She also mentioned that the title of Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope could also refer to her celebrity parents' infamous divorce.
Her personal assistant was Kim Painter. She was author William Goldman 's first choice for the character Buttercup in The Princess Bride , a role which went to Robin Wright instead.
She was longtime friends with Miguel Ferrer , who encouraged her and helped her prepare for her Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope audition. Their mothers - Debbie Reynolds and Rosemary Clooney respectively - were both best known for their performances in hit s musicals: Singin' in the Rain and White Christmas She continued to date Paul Simon for 8 years after their divorce, until finally breaking up in She appeared in Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope parody episodes of both Family Guy and Robot Chicken She played Mon Mothma, one of the few other female characters in the series.
In the latter series, Princess Leia - now played by Alex Borstein - says: "I don't like her". Sister-in-law of Catherine Hickland , and ex-sister-in-law of Donna Jean Freberg and Donavan Freberg.
Her paternal grandparents were Russian Jewish immigrants. Her mother had English, some Scottish, Scots-Irish Northern Irish , and German, and distant French, ancestry.
She wrote her own scene for her cameo appearance in Scream 3 In , she sold the big screen rights to her book, Surrender the Pink, to Warner Bros.
Steven Spielberg was producing, with Demi Moore attached to star. Fisher wrote the screenplay, but the project stalled in development.
In , she did a rewrite of the script of Intolerable Cruelty , shortly after the original script sold. The Coen Brothers rewrote the script years later and none of Fisher's work remained in the finished film.
She accomplished a pound weight loss in her preparation for Star Wars: Episode VII - The Force Awakens She admitted that she found it difficult to act opposite Peter Cushing in Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope for two reasons: she thought the dialog was awful, and Cushing was so nice and polite to her on set between takes that she found it very difficult to show the disdain her character, Princess Leia, felt towards Cushing's character, Grand Moff Tarkin.
Her French bulldog Gary accompanied her everywhere, even onto TV talk show sets whenever she was a guest.
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Her childhood was one that has brought mixed emotions in the past as Carrie mused on whether it was a happy or sad experience.
She has put on record some quite savage swipes at her parents, especially how their declining careers affected her growing up.
It has been four years since Carrie died of a sudden cardiac arrest on December 27, , at age 60, four days after experiencing a medical emergency during a transatlantic flight from London to Los Angeles.
Speaking to The Telegraph in , Carrie said: "I discovered fairly early on that it was not like what other people's situation was.
The children are what's swept aside by the paparazzi, literally. Writing in her book, Shockaholic, Carrie revealed: "I never wanted to be an actress, let alone a celebrity.
I had grown up watching the bright glow of my parents' stardom slowly dim, cool, and fade. In a CBC interview, in , Carrie remarked: "Because I grew up in a public family, I never really had a private life.
On dealing with her parents' fame at an early age, Carrie said: "When I was about two or three, someone said to me, 'What's it like to have a movie star as a mother?
Back in her Shockaholic book, the Star Wars actress wrote: "My parents, Eddie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds, weren't really people in the traditional sense.
When presenting the SAG Life Achievement Award to her mother Debbie Reynolds in , Carrie remarked: "She has been more than a mother to me.
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