Let's be real, Carrie Fisher didn't have to do anything else after her role as Leia Organa in the " Star Wars " franchise. With the unprecedented success of the George Lucas films, the late actress and writer was able to choose her projects carefully. She had impeccable comedic timing that couldn't be showcased in her serious role as Princess Leia but was evidenced through her roles in her friends' films. Fisher also ventured onto the small screen, popping in to do one-offs on shows like "Frasier", "30 Rock," and "Sex and the City.
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There are just some stars who make a profound impact not only through their roles, but off-screen, as well, and Carrie Fisher was one of them. Fisher died on Tuesday at the age of 60, but she will, of course, be remembered as someone who transformed Hollywood and the lives of young girls and women everywhere. As much of an inspiration as she will forever be, there was a time when the woman who brought Princess Leia to life had a lack of confidence while filming the hit films from George Lucas. And Carrie Fisher's self-doubt during Star Wars makes her all the more relatable. Ever since she appeared on screen in Return of the Jedi while wearing that famous gold bikini next to Jabba the Hutt, Fisher was labeled a sex symbol. The moment even became a fantasy for some.
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In the four decades since Star Wars premiered, Carrie Fisher has written two memoirs, a semi-autobiographical novel and starred in a one-woman play about her life. When word leaked out, some outlets reported she wrote that Han Solo was bad in bed, which is apparently completely untrue. Now re-tweetings has taken over my phone! The best part is money, traveling and the people you meet. The worst part is, again, money, travel and the people you meet.