Carrie Frances Fisher was born on October 21 1956, in United States, Los Angeles. She is an American film, television, stage actress, and writer, best known for her role of Princess Leia in George Lucas' original "Star Wars" trilogy. She made her debut in 1975 comedy film "Shampoo", and after Star Wars she appeared in movies "The Man with One Red Shoe", "Hannah and her Sisters", Scream 3. She wrote 6 novels, 3 screenplays and 3 plays.
She was married to musician Paul Simon
(1983-1984), best known as one part of the musical duo "Simon & Garfunkel".