On Tuesday, the actress that most of the world will remember fondly as Princess Leia Organa from the iconic Star Wars trilogy, sadly passed away two days after suffering from a massive heart attack during a flight from London to Los Angeles.
Carrie Fisher, daughter of Debbie Reynolds, shot to fame in 1977 after co-starring with Harrison Ford and Mark Hamill in George Lucas's Star Wars. Fisher would reprise the role a further four times, most recently in J.J. Abrams Star Wars reboot, The Force Awakens.
The actress is expected to appear for a fifth, and sadly final time as Leia in the Rian Johnson directed eighth Star Wars film, which is currently in post production.
May The Force Be With You, Carrie.
Below is Carrie Fisher's Star Wars audition as she plays off of Harrison Ford.