Carrie Fisher Was One of the Few True Hollywood Icons

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“I needed to share her and I did not like that,” Fisher mentioned about Reynolds on NPR’s Recent Air whereas on an intensive press tour selling her eighth e book, The Princess Diarist, barely a month earlier than she died. “After we went out, folks type of walked over me to get to her, and no, I did not prefer it. And folks thought—I overheard folks saying, ‘She thinks she’s so nice as a result of she’s Debbie Reynolds’ daughter!’ And I did not prefer it; it made me completely different from different folks and I needed to be the identical. I needed to be, you realize, simply no completely different than anyone else.”

She could not assist however be completely different. Not ever inclined to simply be Princess Leia, although there wasn’t a lot she might do about her slice of movie immortality apart from study to embrace it, Fisher’s biggest position was simply herself.

Fisher’s presents as an artist, author and raconteur gave her a artistic outlet for not solely her childhood points but additionally her private life (she was married to Paul Simon for barely a yr within the Eighties and was mother to daughter Billie Lourd together with her expertise agent ex Bryan Lourd), psychological sickness (she opened up about being helped by electroconvulsive remedy in her 2011 e book Shockaholic) and what can be her life-long battle with substance abuse.

“We’re not enlightened,” her brother, Todd Fisher, mentioned upon the discharge of the post-mortem report that exposed there have been traces of medicine, together with cocaine, in his sister’s system. “There’s nothing about this that’s enlightening.” (Checks could not pinpoint the reason for dying, however sleep apnea and a buildup of fatty tissue on her artery partitions had been additionally cited as contributing components.)