Sheila Weller

author of “Carrie Fisher: A Life on the Edge”

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Carrie Fisher portrayed Princess Leia in “Star Wars,” but she was also America’s princess, born to Hollywood royalty.

Beyond ‘Star Wars,’ Carrie Fisher was a writer who talked honestly about mental illness

Carrie Fisher portrayed Princess Leia in “Star Wars,” but she was also America’s princess, born to Hollywood royalty.

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