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Carrie Fisher

Carrie Fisher
Fisher in 2013
Born Carrie Frances Fisher
(1956-10-21) October 21, 1956
Beverly Hills, California, U.S.
Occupation Actress, novelist, screenwriter, performance artist
Years active 1973–present
Spouse(s) Paul Simon (m. 1983; div. 1984)
Partner(s) Bryan Lourd (1991–94)
Children Billie Lourd
Parent(s) Eddie Fisher
Debbie Reynolds

Carrie Frances Fisher (born October 21, 1956) is an American Star Wars trilogy, and will reprise the character in Star Wars: The Force Awakens. She is also known for her semi-autobiographical novel Postcards from the Edge and screenplay for the film of the same name, as well as her autobiographical one-woman play and the nonfiction book Wishful Drinking based on the show. Besides her work in the Star Wars original trilogy, she has had roles in films such as The Blues Brothers, Hannah and Her Sisters, The 'Burbs, When Harry Met Sally... and Shampoo.


  • Early life 1
  • Career 2
    • 1970s 2.1
    • 1980s 2.2
    • 1990s 2.3
    • 2000s 2.4
    • 2010s 2.5
    • Return to Star Wars 2.6
  • Personal life 3
    • Bipolar disorder and drug problems 3.1
  • Filmography 4
  • Bibliography 5
  • References 6
  • External links 7

Early life

Fisher was born in Beverly Hills, California, the daughter of singer Eddie Fisher and actress Debbie Reynolds. Her father was Jewish, the son of immigrants from Russia, and her mother was raised a Nazarene, and is of Scots-Irish and English ancestry.[1][2][3][4] Her younger brother is producer and actor Todd Fisher, and her half-sisters are actresses Joely Fisher and Tricia Leigh Fisher, whose mother is the singer and actress Connie Stevens.

When Fisher was two, her parents divorced after her father left Reynolds for her best friend, actress Elizabeth Taylor, the widow of her father's best friend Mike Todd. The following year, her mother married shoe store chain owner Harry Karl, who secretly spent Reynolds's life savings. Fisher attended Beverly Hills High School, but she left to join her mother on the road.[5] She appeared as a debutante and singer in the hit Broadway revival Irene (1973), which starred her mother.



Fisher with Wim Wenders in 1978

In 1973, Fisher enrolled at Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope) opposite Mark Hamill and Harrison Ford.[6] At the time, she believed the script for Star Wars was fantastic, but did not expect many people to agree with her, and though her fellow actors were not close at the time, they bonded after the commercial success of the film.[7] The huge success of Star Wars made her internationally famous and the character of Princess Leia became a merchandising triumph; small plastic action figures of the Princess were in toy stores throughout the Western world.

In April 1978, she appeared as the love interest in Ringo Starr's 1978 TV special Ringo.[8][9] The next month, she appeared alongside John Ritter (who had also played in Ringo) in the ABC-TV film Leave Yesterday Behind, as a horse trainer who helps Ritter's character after an accident leaves him a paraplegic. At this time, Fisher appeared with Laurence Olivier and Joanne Woodward in the anthology series Laurence Olivier Presents in a television version of the William Inge play Come Back, Little Sheba. That November, she appeared as Princess Leia in the 1978 made-for-TV film, Star Wars Holiday Special, and showed off her singing talent in the last scene.


Fisher later appeared in The Blues Brothers film as Jake's vengeful ex-lover; she is listed in the credits as "Mystery Woman". While in Chicago filming the movie, her life was saved by Dan Aykroyd when she was choking on a Brussels sprout and he performed the Heimlich maneuver on her.[10] She appeared on Broadway in Censored Scenes from King Kong in 1980. That year, she reprised her role as Princess Leia in Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back. She also appeared in the Broadway production of Agnes of God in 1982.

In 1983, Fisher made another appearance as Princess Leia in Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi. She is one of the few actors or actresses to star in films with both John and James Belushi, later appearing with the latter in the film The Man with One Red Shoe. She appeared in the Woody Allen film Hannah and her Sisters in 1986.

In 1987, Fisher published her first novel, Postcards from the Edge. The book was semi-autobiographical in the sense that she fictionalized and satirized real-life events such as her drug addiction of the late 1970s and her relationship with her mother. It became a bestseller, and she received the Los Angeles Pen Award for Best First Novel. Also during 1987, she was in the Australian film The Time Guardian. In 1989, Fisher played a major supporting role in When Harry Met Sally, and in the same year, she appeared with Tom Hanks as his wife in The 'Burbs.


In 1990, Columbia Pictures released a film version of Postcards from the Edge, adapted for the screen by Fisher and starring Meryl Streep, Shirley MacLaine, and Dennis Quaid. Fisher appeared in the fantasy comedy film Drop Dead Fred in 1991, and played a therapist in Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery (1997). During the 1990s, Fisher also published the novels Surrender the Pink (1990) and Delusions of Grandma (1993).


In the film Scream 3 (2000), Fisher played an actress mistaken for Carrie Fisher. In 2001, Fisher played a nun in the Kevin Smith comedy Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back. She also co-wrote the TV comedy film These Old Broads (2001), of which she was also co-executive producer. It starred her mother, Debbie Reynolds, as well as Elizabeth Taylor, Joan Collins, and Shirley MacLaine. In this, Taylor's character, an agent, explains to Reynolds's character, an actress, that she was in an alcoholic blackout when she married the actress's husband, "Freddy".

Besides acting and writing original works, Fisher was one of the top The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles, as well as the dialogue for the Star Wars prequel scripts.[11] Her expertise in this area was the reason she was chosen as one of the interviewers for the screenwriting documentary Dreams on Spec in 2007. However, during an interview in 2004, she said that she no longer did much script doctoring.[12] However, during the height of her career as a script doctor and rewriter, Fisher worked on Hook in 1991, Lethal Weapon 3 and Sister Act (1992), Made in America, Last Action Hero and So I Married an Axe Murderer (1993), My Girl 2, Milk Money, The River Wild and Love Affair (1994), Outbreak (1995), The Mirror Has Two Faces (1996), The Wedding Singer (1998), The Out-of-Towners and Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace (1999), Coyote Ugly and Scream 3(2000), Kate & Leopold (2001), Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones (2002), Intolerable Cruelty (2003), which she did a rewrite of back in 1994 (although it's not known if any of her work remained after the Coen Brothers rewrote it years later), Mr. and Mrs. Smith (2005 film),[13] and finally Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith in that same year.

In 2005, Women in Film & Video - DC recognized Fisher with the Women of Vision Award.

Fisher also voices Peter Griffin's boss, Angela, on the animated sitcom Family Guy and appeared in a book of photographs titled Hollywood Moms (2001) for which she wrote the introduction. Fisher published a sequel to Postcards, The Best Awful There Is, in 2004. In August 2006, Fisher appeared prominently in the audience of the Comedy Central's Roast of William Shatner. In 2007, she was a full-time judge on FOX's filmmaking-competition reality television series On the Lot.

Fisher wrote and performed in her one-woman play Wishful Drinking at the Geffen Playhouse in Los Angeles from November 7, 2006, to January 14, 2007.[14] Her show played at the Berkeley Repertory Theater through April 2008,[15] followed by performances in San Jose, California, in July 2008, Hartford Stage in August 2008[16] before moving on to the Arena Stage in Washington, D.C., in September 2008[17] and Boston[18] in October 2008. Fisher published her autobiographical book, also titled Wishful Drinking, based on her successful play in December 2008 and embarked on a media tour. On April 2, 2009, Fisher returned to the stage with her play at the Seattle Repertory Theatre with performances through May 9, 2009.[19] On October 4, 2009, Wishful Drinking then opened on Broadway in New York at Studio 54 and played an extended run until January 17, 2010.[20][21] In December 2009, Fisher's audiobook recording of her best-selling memoir, Wishful Drinking, earned her a nomination for a 2009 Grammy Award in the Best Spoken Word Album category.[22]

Fisher joined Turner Classic Movies host Robert Osborne on Saturday evenings for The Essentials with informative and entertaining conversation on Hollywood's best films. She guest-starred in the episode titled "Sex and Another City" from season 3 of Sex and the City with Sarah Jessica Parker. This episode also featured Vince Vaughn, Hugh Hefner, and Sam Seder in guest roles. On October 25, 2007, Fisher guest-starred as Rosemary Howard on the second season episode of 30 Rock called "Rosemary's Baby", for which she received an Emmy Award[23] nomination. Her last line in the show was a spoof from Star Wars: "Help me Liz Lemon, You're my only hope!" On April 28, 2008, she was a guest on Deal or No Deal. In 2008, she also had a cameo as a doctor in the Star Wars-related comedy Fanboys.


In 2010, HBO aired a feature-length documentary based on a special live performance of Fisher's Wishful Drinking stage production.[24] Fisher also appeared on the seventh season of Entourage in the summer of 2010.[24]

In August 2013, she was selected as a member of the main competition jury at the 2013 Venice Film Festival.

In June 2014, she filmed an appearance on the UK comedy panel show Rob Delaney in Catastrophe, a six-part comedy series for the British Channel 4[26] that aired in the UK from 19 January 2015.

Return to Star Wars

In an interview posted March 2013, Fisher said she would reprise her role as Princess Leia in Episode VII of the series, "Elderly. She’s in an intergalactic old folks’ home [laughs]. I just think she would be just like she was before, only slower and less inclined to be up for the big battle."[27] After other media outlets reported this on March 6, 2013, her representative said the same day Fisher was joking and nothing has been announced.[28]

On January 21, 2014, in an interview with TV Guide, Carrie Fisher confirmed her involvement and the involvement of the original cast in the upcoming sequels by saying "as for the next Star Wars film, myself, Harrison Ford and Mark Hamill are expected to report to work in March or April. I'd like to wear my old cinnamon buns hairstyle again but with white hair. I think that would be funny."[29]

In March 2014, Fisher stated that she was moving to London for six months because that was where filming would take place.[30]

On April 29, 2014, the cast for Star Wars Episode VII was officially announced, and Fisher, along with original trilogy castmates Harrison Ford, Mark Hamill, Peter Mayhew, Anthony Daniels, and Kenny Baker have all been cast in their original roles for the upcoming film. New castmates include Andy Serkis, Domhnall Gleeson, Adam Driver, Oscar Isaac, John Boyega, Daisy Ridley, and Max von Sydow. Star Wars Episode VII, newly subtitled "The Force Awakens", is slated for release worldwide on December 18, 2015.

Personal life

Fisher dated musician Hearts and Bones" is about their relationship.[32]

Subsequently, she had a relationship with Creative Artists Agency principal and casting agent Bryan Lourd. They had one child together, Billie Catherine Lourd (born July 17, 1992). Eddie Fisher states in his autobiography (Been There Done That) his granddaughter's name is Catherine Fisher Lourd and her nickname is "Billy". The couple's relationship ended when Lourd left to be in a relationship with another man. Though Fisher has described Lourd as her second husband in interviews, according to a 2004 profile of the actress and writer, she and Lourd were never legally married.[33]

Fisher also had a close relationship with [6]

On February 26, 2005, R. Gregory "Greg" Stevens, a lobbyist, was found dead in Fisher's California home due to an overdose of OxyContin compounded by obstructive sleep apnea.[34] In an interview, Fisher claimed that Stevens's ghost haunted her mansion, which unsettled her: "I was a nut for a year", she explained, "and in that year I took drugs again."[6]

Fisher has described herself as an "enthusiastic agnostic who would be happy to be shown that there is a God".[35] She was raised Protestant,[2] but often attends Jewish services, the faith of her father, with Orthodox friends.[36] She was a spokesperson for Jenny Craig, Inc. television ads that aired in January 2011.[37]

Bipolar disorder and drug problems

Fisher has publicly discussed her problems with drugs, her struggle with bipolar disorder, and her overcoming an addiction to prescription medication, most notably on ABC's 20/20 and The Secret Life of the Manic Depressive with Stephen Fry for the BBC. She discussed her 2008 memoir Wishful Drinking and various topics in it with Matt Lauer on NBC's Today on December 10, 2008, and also revealed that she would have turned down the role of Princess Leia had she realized it would give her the celebrity status that made her parents' lives difficult.[38] This interview was followed by a similar appearance on The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson on December 12, 2008, where she discussed her electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) treatments.[39] She has said that she receives ECT every six weeks to "blow apart the cement" in her brain.[40]

While she was in Sydney, Australia, Fisher revealed in another interview that she had a cocaine addiction during the filming of The Empire Strikes Back, and also survived an overdose. "Slowly, I realized I was doing a bit more drugs than other people and losing my choice in the matter", she said in an interview.[41][42]


Year Title Role Notes
1975 Shampoo Lorna Karpf
1977 Star Wars Princess Leia Organa
1980 The Empire Strikes Back Princess Leia Organa
1980 Blues Brothers, TheThe Blues Brothers Mystery Woman
1981 Under the Rainbow Annie Clark
1983 Return of the Jedi Princess Leia Organa
1984 Garbo Talks Lisa Rolfe
1985 Man with One Red Shoe, TheThe Man with One Red Shoe Paula
1986 Hannah and Her Sisters April
1986 Hollywood Vice Squad Betty Melton
1987 Amazon Women on the Moon Mary Brown segment "Reckless Youth"
1987 Time Guardian, TheThe Time Guardian Petra
1988 Appointment with Death Nadine Boynton
1989 The 'burbs Carol Peterson
1989 Loverboy Monica Delancy
1989 She's Back Beatrice
1989 When Harry Met Sally... Marie
1990 Sweet Revenge Linda
1990 Sibling Rivalry Iris Turner-Hunter
1991 Drop Dead Fred Janie
1991 Soapdish Betsy Faye Sharon
1991 Hook Woman kissing on bridge Uncredited role
1992 This Is My Life Claudia Curtis
1997 Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery Therapist Uncredited role
1999 Return of the Ewok Herself short subject, filmed in 1983
2000 Scream 3 Bianca Cameo
2001 Heartbreakers Ms. Surpin
2001 Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back Nun
2002 Midsummer Night's Rave, AA Midsummer Night's Rave
2003 Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle Mother Superior
2003 Wonderland Sally Hansen
2004 Stateside Mrs. Dubois
2005 Undiscovered Carrie
2007 Suffering Man's Charity Reporter
2007 Cougar Club Glady Goodbey
2008 Women, TheThe Women Bailey Smith
2009 Fanboys Doctor Cameo appearance
2009 White Lightnin' Cilla
2009 Sorority Row Mrs. Crenshaw
2010 Wishful Drinking Herself HBO documentary of the stage show[43]
2014 Maps to the Stars Herself
2015 Star Wars: The Force Awakens Princess Leia Organa Post-Production
Year Title Role Notes
1977 Come Back, Little Sheba Marie Videotaped TV drama
1978 Ringo Marquine TV movie
1978 Leave Yesterday Behind Marnie Clarkson TV movie
1978 Star Wars Holiday Special Princess Leia TV movie
1982 Laverne & Shirley Cathy TV series, episode: "The Playboy Show"
1984 Faerie Tale Theatre Thumbelina TV series, episode: "Thumbelina"
1984 Frankenstein Elizabeth TV movie
1985 From Here to Maternity Veronica TV short
1985 George Burns Comedy Week TV series, episode: "The Couch"
1985 Happily Ever After Alice Conway Voice only, TV movie
1986 Liberty Emma Lazarus TV movie
1986 Sunday Drive Franny Jessup TV movie
1987 Amazing Stories Laurie McNamara TV series, episode: "Gershwin's Trunk"
1989 Two Daddies Alice Conway Voice only, TV movie
1989 Trying Times Enid TV series, episode: "Hunger Chic"
1995 Present Tense, Past Perfect TV short
1995 Frasier Phyllis TV series, episode "Phyllis", voice only
1997 Gun Nancy TV series, episode: "The Hole"
1998 Dr. Katz, Professional Therapist Roz Katz TV series, episode: "Thanksgiving"
2000 Sex and the City Herself TV series, episode: "Sex and Another City"
2001 These Old Broads Hooker TV movie
2002 Nero Wolfe Mystery, AA Nero Wolfe Mystery Ellen Tenzer TV series, two-part episode: "Motherhunt"
2003 Good Morning, Miami Judy Silver TV series, episode: "A Kiss Before Lying"
2004 Jack & Bobby Madison Skutcher TV series, episode: "The First Lady"
2005 Smallville Pauline Kahn TV series, episode: "Thirst"
2005 Romancing the Bride Edwina TV movie
2005–present Family Guy Angela TV series, 26 episodes
2007 Odd Job Jack Dr. Finch TV series, episode: "The Beauty Beast"
2007 Weeds Celia's attorney TV series, episode: "The Brick Dance"
2007 Side Order of Life Dr. Gilbert TV series, episode:" Funeral for a Phone"
2007 30 Rock Rosemary Howard TV series, episode: "Rosemary's Baby"
2008 Robot Chicken: Star Wars Episode II Princess Leia, Mon Mothma, Krayt Dragon's Mother TV movie, voice only
2008 Bring Back... Star Wars Herself One-off TV episode
2010 Wright vs. Wrong Joan Harrington TV movie
2010 Entourage Anna Fowler TV series, episode "Tequila and Coke"
2010 Family Guy Mon Mothma TV series, episode: "It's a Trap", voice only
2010 A Quiet Word With ... Herself Australian TV conversation series, season 1, episode 2[44]
2011 The Talk Herself TV series, November 15
2012 It's Christmas, Carol! Eve Hallmark TV movie
2012 Comedy Central Roast Herself The Roast of Roseanne Barr
2014 The Big Bang Theory Herself
2014 QI Herself
2015 Catastrophe Mia TV series
2015 The Keith Lemon Sketch Show Princess Leia TV series
Video game
Year Title Role Notes
1994 Super Star Wars: Return of the Jedi Princess Leia
2012 Dishonored Loudspeaker




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