Carrie Frances Fisher was an American actress, writer, producer, and humorist. She was known for playing Princess Leia in the Star Wars film series.
Carrie Fisher did more to combat mental health stigma by being open about her struggles with bipolar and addiction than did most politicians— Sara Benincasa (@SaraJBenincasa) December 27, 2016
honor carrie fisher:— Isaiah Breen (@isikbreen) December 27, 2016
- normalize mental illness and its treatment
- take life a little less seriously
- destroy a fascist regime
please honor carrie fisher's wishes and include in her obituaries that she "drowned in moonlight, strangled by her own bra." pic.twitter.com/Pj5sRsIvkz— elisabeth (@threelisabeth) December 27, 2016
So, officially, the last line Carrie Fisher ever did for a movie was the single word "Hope"— Arthur Chu (@arthur_affect) December 27, 2016
Carrie Fisher went out the way most women would want to: after telling the world she fucked Harrison Ford in his prime.— Alison in Wonderland (@mitzy247) December 27, 2016
We're crying over Carrie Fisher because she wasn't just a movie star. She spoke her own mind when women weren't supposed to. She spoke up— Jashvina Shah (@icehockeystick) December 27, 2016
Be Princess Leia in 2017.— K O'Shea (@osheamobile) December 27, 2016
Fight on the front lines. Strangle fascists with the chains they would have you wear. Be a motherfuckin' general.
Carrie Fisher doctored and tuned up a huge number of scripts in the 90s.— Phillip Bastien (@PABastien) December 27, 2016
Her novels were spellbinding
She also played Princess Leia.
I was looking for a picture I once saw of Carrie Fisher giving the finger, and these are just a few of what I found. God bless her. pic.twitter.com/yElXqa4l09— Freddie Campion (@FreddieCampion) December 27, 2016
This is one of my all-time favorite Carrie Fisher stories from the making of Star Wars. She was 19 pic.twitter.com/bLNZ8lYt8r— Sean Patrick Bowley (@SPBowley) December 27, 2016
carrie fisher's words about bipolar disorder have helped me at some of the darkest moments of my life. she will always be a hero to me. pic.twitter.com/HFtu0hKvJp— recovery jorts (@valiantarmor) December 27, 2016
2016 could've taken donald trump, mike pence, johnny depp… yet it chose to take carrie fisher pic.twitter.com/M7HVmpE92h— gabi (@harleysnegan) December 27, 2016
I just keep thinking of the ways Carrie Fisher was an example to us. The times she did not give one single fuck. pic.twitter.com/A2jlm52BDE— Navah Wolfe (@navahw) December 27, 2016
Bowie, Prince, George Michael, Carrie Fisher. Lesson here, give way less of a fuck about how you shine bright. Just fucking shine.— Patrick Ness (@Patrick_Ness) December 27, 2016
All of us: "We love you"— Emma Kennedy (@EmmaKennedy) December 27, 2016
Carrie: "I know"
RIP Carrie Fisher.
For so many of us, #CarrieFisher was the first gal we saw who didn't take shit onscreen or off. From all girls across the galaxy, thank you.— Susan Dennard (@stdennard) December 27, 2016
the way carrie fisher folded down the corner of her rolodex card & said "oh… *married*" was the best part of when harry met sally, the end pic.twitter.com/wvUt87mRTI— Hunter Harris (@hunteryharris) December 27, 2016