Carrie Fisher, the actress most famous for her legendary role as Princess Leia in Star Wars has died at the age of 60 from a heart attack 2 days prior her death.
Everybody I am sure can relate to Carrie Fisher as the beautiful Princess Leia in the Star Wars trilogy, which took her to instant fame. Even in her last years she was still involved with the Star Wars franchise, acting in the Star Wars movies, 'The Force Awakens' and the latest edition that is yet to be released 'Star Wars: Episode VIII'.
But as we look at Carrie as Princess Leia, there was far, far more to this brilliant actress than most of us really knew. She went to act in well over thirty more films in her long and active career, starring in movies such as The Blues Brothers' with Dan Aykroyd and John Belushi, 'When Harry Met Sally' with Meg Ryan and Billy Crystal, and 'The Man With One Red Shoe' with Tom Hanks.