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21st Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards - Press Room

Debbie Reynolds & Carrie Fisher  Source: Jason LaVeris / Getty

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Reports out of Hollywood say that beloved “Star Wars” actress and author, Carrie Fisher, has been cremated. TMZ and “Entertainment Tonight” both are reporting the ashes of the 60-year-old actress best known as ‘Princess Leia,’ will be buried next to her legendary mother, actress/singer/dancer Debbie Reynolds’ coffin at Forest Lawn cemetery in Los Angeles. The mother-daughter duo overcame obstacles in life to be infamously close.

Fisher’s family will hold a private memorial service today. She died last week, four days after suffering a heart attack on a flight from London to Los Angeles. The Oscar-nominated Reynolds died in the hospital the next day. Reynolds suffered a stroke while planning her daughter’s funeral arrangements at her son, Todd Fisher’s, home.

21st Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards - Press Room

A Hollywood Clan: Todd, Debbie, Carrie, & Billie  Source: Jason LaVeris / Getty

Fisher is survived by her daughter, actress Billie Lourde and sister, actress Joely Fisher, in addition to her aforementioned brother.

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