Carrie Frances Fisher is an American actress, screenwriter and novelist. She is most famous for her portrayal of Princess Leia in the original Star Wars trilogy.
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If you love someone, everything is negotiable. If you don't, everything is a door.
If you look at the person that someone chooses to have a relationship with, you'll see what they think of themselves.
I've often said to myself, "Thank God I can write, 'cause this is hilarious.
" I actually wanted to go into all that more in the book, but my editor thought it was too crazy.
When my brother, Todd [Fisher], was born my father was already with Elizabeth [Taylor]. I was 19 or 20 when I first spent a block of time with him.
I have tons of stuff that, you know, seems like it's a well-constructed sentence but it is not how people talk, it's how people write. So that's why I think it's sometimes easier for me to write for actors 'cause I know what's frustrating about, you know, sentences that come out just perfect. Well, who talks like that? And who of us don't overlap each other? Except on the radio, hopefully.
Never love for me, only obsession. Someone has to stand still for you to love them. My choices are always on the run.
This actress named Lisa Eilbacher. I was up for the part in Shampoo and friends of mine kept telling me she was going around saying all these bad things about me. It's like we're still in the sixth grade sometimes.
I got the part [in the Shampoo]. But it was this very unpleasantly rivalry tug.
I wanted to be, you know, just no different than anybody else.
I don't do acid anymore, so I travel instead.
I just admire my mother very much.
There are women in makeup and hair and wardrobe, but not in camera, not in sound, you know, and not in special effects. It's all men.
I must say I can appreciate it when males are very male.
Like Harrison [Ford], for instance. He's pretty butch. I guess I prefer butch to terribly fey.
[I was filmed] against a blue screen [in the Star Wars].
All the rest came later, in Lucasland. They did have me take gun lessons, though. I went to the same guys who taught Robert De Niro for Taxi Driver.
I've never met a deadline I couldn't miss. I make sure my editors know this.
I went to drama college in England - the Central School of Speech and Drama, in London. I was there for not quite two years, then I got Star Wars.
If you're manic-depressive and you're functioning in this world and doing it all well, I think, wow, you should be proud of being able to say, this is what I'm getting through right now.
A lot of times, people think they're the only ones that feel a certain way.
You can't really accurately diagnose someone, I think. Or I've been told that.
There are very few women from my mother's generation who worked like that, who just kept a career going all her life and raised children and had horrible relationships and lost all her money and got it back again.
I like having written better than I like having acted.
Tom Hanks was really great [the 'Burbs'].
The director, Joe Dante, was wonderful. We filmed it here during the summer, every day at Universal. Even the food was good - I mean it was junk but it was really good. The whole thing was like some ideal summer-school experience. It may not have been the best movie ever, but it was certainly the most fun.
Meg Ryan was nice [ in When Harry Met Sally] .
.. the writing was good ... but it was really kind of a boy's club, I mean, there was Bruno Kirby, Rob Reiner, Billy Crystal - talk about your testosterone trio!
[When Harry Met Sally] was fine, but it was a job. And I did it right after The 'Burbs.
I don't really understand it - marriage.
I have a second dog, too, mainly for security.
I think I do overshare, and I sometimes marvel that I do it.
But it's sort of - in a way, it's my way of trying to understand myself.
It creates community when you talk about private things and you can find other people that have the same things. Otherwise, I don't know, I felt very lonely with some of the issues that I had or history that I had. And when I shared about it, I found that others had it, too.
You're not surprised when alcoholics act like alcoholics.
It's more surprising when non-alcoholics start acting like alcoholics.
Now it's dedicated to my grandparents and to both of my parents.
The first book was dedicated to my mother so I thought maybe it was my father's turn, but then I realized that everyone would jump on that and assume I'd had some falling out with my mother, which is absolutely not the case.
Meryl [Streep] plays the me-ish character. I love Meryl. She's totally wonderful.
You have to constantly arrange yourself around them, and that can take up a lot of energy. I mean, you don't go, "Why don't you cook dinner tonight, dear, for a change, instead of writing a great song?" I loved what [Paul Simon] did with words. But I wanted to do some more of that, too.
The older you get, the easier it is to spot the phonies. And I just think, how unpleasant for them.
I am not going to put my daughter under any sort of stresses.
My mother had an amazing life, and she's someone to admire.