The Hollywood icon passed away on December 27, last year
Hollywood icon Carrie Fisher had traces of cocaine, ecstasy and heroin in her system when she passed away in December last year. An autopsy has revealed the drugs discovered in the Star Wars actress at the time of her death.
Carrie Fisher died with drugs in her system last year
It was announced three days after Fisher had died that she had succumbed to sleep apnoea and a "combination of other factors".
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Blunt lived with Fisher in LA when recording his debut album.
The two, somewhat unlikely, friends met before Blunt began work on his debut album Back to Bedlam, and the actress suggested he come live with her in LA during the recording.
The singer said Fisher was an inspiration to him at the time, and when he welcomed his first child, a son, last year, he made the actress godmother.
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When fame runs in the family.
The world is still reflecting on how Debbie Reynolds And Carrie Fisher were one of the greatest celebrity mother-daughter pairs in Hollywood before their deaths less than 24 hours apart from each other in December. But they are by no means the only super family duo that the celebrity has had to offer.
Debbie Reynolds and Carrie Fisher at the 2015 SAG Awards
Here are some of Hollywood's finest mother and daughter duos:
Joely is the daughter of Carrie’s father Eddie Fisher, from his marriage to Connie Stevens.
Joely Fisher has penned a touching tribute to her late sister Carrie, who passed away on December 27.
Joely, who is also the daughter of singer Eddie Fisher, grew up living next door to her half-sister and Carrie’s mother Debbie Reynolds, who passed away a day after her daughter.
Continue reading: Joely Fisher Remembers Her "Hero And Mentor", Sister Carrie Fisher
Reynolds was taken ill with a suspected stroke while discussing plans for her daughter's funeral, according to reports.
Reynolds’ son, Todd Fisher, told the Associated Press that the death of her daughter had been too much for her to bear, and that, in her last words, she said that she wanted to be with Carrie.
According to initial reports by TMZ, Reynolds had been at her son’s house in Beverly Hills discussing funeral arrangements for Carrie on Wednesday (December 28th) when she was taken ill with a suspected stroke.
Continue reading: Debbie Reynolds Dies At 84, The Day After Her Daughter Carrie Fisher
Tab Hunter was America's Boy Next Door in the 1950s, attracting a large female following who were captivated by his good looks and charm. As his career went from strength to strength it seemed nothing could stop him, unless of course the secret about his sexuality got out. In Tab Hunter Confidential we will meet, for the first time the real Tab Hunter as he shares his true story about being a gay actor in Hollywood back when it would have ended your career and maybe even landed you in jail. From starring in films opposite Natalie Wood in the 1950s to kissing Divine in John Water's Polyester in the 1980s, Tab Hunter has had a rollercoaster ride like no other in Hollywood and now he's happy, healthy and ready to tell his tale of success and survival.
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Billie Lourd is the latest addition to the cast of the series which comes from ‘Glee ‘and ‘American Horror Story’ creators Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk.
Billie Lourd, the daughter of Carrie Fisher, looks set to follow in her family’s footsteps to Hollywood, after landing her first television role. Lourd has joined the cast of Fox’s upcoming ‘Scream Queens’ which is set to premiere on the channel this fall.
Billie Lourd with her mother Carrie Fisher and grandmother Debbie Reynolds
Lourd is the only daughter of ’Star Wars’ legend Fisher and her father is noted CAA talent agent Bryan Lourd. But the NYU graduate’s Hollywood connections go back even further, as her grandmother is Singin’ In The Rain star Debbie Reynolds and her grandfather is the late singer Eddie Fisher.
Debbie Reynolds and Carrie Fisher - 21st Annual SAG Awards - Press Room at Los Angeles Shrine Exposition Center at Los Angeles Shrine Exposition Center, SAG Awards - Los Angeles, California, United States - Thursday 22nd January 2015
Todd Fisher, Debbie Reynolds, Carrie Fisher and Billie Lourd - A variety of stars were photographed in the press room at the 21st Annual SAG Awards which were held at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, California, United States - Sunday 25th January 2015
The 82-year-old actress' career, which spans over six decades, was finally honoured by the Screen Actors Guild with the Life Achievement Award.
After decades of success in the movie industry, Debbie Reynolds has finally been recognized by the Screen Actors Guild for her contributions to the business, and her daughter Carrie Fisher was on hand at Sunday night's ceremony to present her mother with the Life Achievement Award.
Fisher gave a funny speech when presenting her mom with the award
Even though it is well-known that the relationship between Fisher and Reynolds hasn't always been the best at times, the 'Star Wars' actress gave a rather cheeky but affectionate introduction before presenting the prestigious honour.
Carrie Fisher had to lose 35 pounds (2.5 stone) for her reprisal role in 'Star Wars Episode VII'. The 57-year-old actress appeared at an event to honour her mother, Debbie Reynolds, on Wednesday (14th May) and revealed the 'Star Wars' producers hired her “minus 35 pounds”.
Carrie Fisher was asked to lose 35 pounds, approximately 2.5 stone, for her upcoming role in Star Wars VII. The actress best known for her iconic role as Princess Leia revealed whilst attending an event in honour of her mother, Singing in the Rain actress Debbie Reynolds.
Carrie Fisher with her mother Debbie Reynolds at the 'Debbie Reynolds - Auction Finale' on Wednesday.
Catherine Hickland - "Debbie Reynolds--The Auction Finale" VIP Reception; Auction conducted by www.ProfilesInHistory.com on May 17 & 18, 2014 at the Debbie Reynolds Dance Studio - North Hollywood, California, United States - Thursday 15th May 2014
This biopic about the pianist-showman Liberace may look almost painfully camp, and sometimes it is, but it's also a remarkably honest depiction of an intimate relationship. In the hands of Steven Soderbergh, the flaming excess is never made the butt of the joke; instead we get a strong dose of gritty humour, dark emotion and even a revealing look into the smoke and mirrors of show business. And the astute performances from both Douglas and Damon continually catch us off guard with their resonance.
It was 1977 when the 57-year-old entertainer (Douglas) met 17-year-old Scott Thorson (Damon). There was an instant spark as Liberace, known to his friends as Lee, offered Scott a job as a companion: on the stage, in his bed and running his household. But their relationship wasn't easy. Lee coaxed Scott into joining him under the knife of a plastic surgeon (Lowe) who reshaped Scott's face to look like a younger Liberace. Afterwards, Scott became addicted to a variety of drugs, which strained their romance to the breaking point. And it didn't help that Lee had an eye for ever-younger boys, all while insisting to the world that he was straight. "People see what they want to see," he said.
While the production design overflows with Liberace's "palatial kitsch" design sensibility, Soderbergh keeps the story and characters grounded, finding humour in unexpected places (Lowe's over-lifted face is hilarious). And despite the outrageous costumes and hair, the actors never camp up their performances, which cleverly holds the story in a delicate balance between sharp comedy and involving drama. In this sense, LaGravenese's script is particularly clever, peppering the dialog with telling details that gives us a remarkably well-rounded picture of the interaction between these men. And it continually resists becoming another stereotypical gay romance, celebrity biopic or drugs odyssey.
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