Do you have an idea that once Elizabeth Taylor was Carrie Fisher‘s step-mother? Well, she remained the mother for five years till 1964 she married Richard Burton. Elizabeth Taylor will always be remembered for her beautiful blue eyes, multiple marriages, the inclination for jewelry, and of course of her performances in films, fondness for jewelry. Carrie Fisher, who’s best known for her role as Princess Leia in Star Wars is the daughter of Debbie Reynolds and famous entertainers, Eddie Fisher. At the peak of Eddie Fisher’s fame as a singer and eventual TV show host in the 1950s, he married actress Debbie Reynolds, with both staying married for four decades, from 1955-1959. After a year of their marriage in 1956, Carrie Fisher was born.
The life of Carrie Fisher
Carrie Fisher spent most of 2008 on the road with her autobiographical show “Wishful Drinking.” In an interview with The Associated Press, she advised of singing with her father on stage in San Jose, Calif. But unfortunately, Eddie was not doing well back then. As he was in a wheelchair and spending the last few years of his time in San Francisco. Perhaps among the most renowned actresses to come out of the “Star Wars” franchise is Carrie Fisher. She is known for her iconic role as Princess Leia Organa in the original “Star Wars” trilogy, and then later given a more innovative title as General Leia Organa in the sequel trilogy. Fisher is famous for her role in “Star Wars,” one that she once described as following her around” like a vague smell.” However, there is much more than merely playing with a princess or a general.
Following Todd’s death, Fisher and Taylor became close and began having. The marriage with Fisher was surprisingly Elizabeth Taylor‘s fourth marriage, although she was at the time just 27 years old. The two stayed married for five decades and divorced in 1964 when Carrie Fisher was nine years of age.
After that, Eddie got married to three more girls throughout his life (making a total of five), In which two of them he later divorced. One left the Eddie along with planet (means she died) in 2001 remaining two were still in a marital bond, that one being his longest relation, almost comprised nine years. Elizabeth was no less. She went on to marry another four males (making a total of seven husbands and eight marital relations). One of her husbands was a construction worker, Larry Fortensky. They both met at the Betty Ford Clinic.
Reynolds and Taylor did a made for TV movie together called These Old Broads where a bit in the film includes the two making fun of a character named “Freddie” who had been the ex-husband both characters had at one point been married to. Incidentally, These Old Broads was produced and co-written by Carrie Fisher.