Actress Carrie Fisher, who starred in the classic Star Wars films and often worked as a script doctor for Touchstone Pictures has passed away at age 60.
Carrie played the iconic role of Princess Leia in the original trilogy, making her more than just a princess. Leia took control of her own destiny, fighting alongside the men in the film. She recently reprised her role in 2016's The Force Awakens.
The daughter of Hollywood royalty, Carrie also had a lucrative career as a Hollywood script doctor, often working behind the scenes and without credit on films like Touchstone Pictures' Sister Act, which quickly became a lucrative film for The Walt Disney Studios.
Ms. Fisher will not be soon forgotten by her millions of fans throughout the galaxy.