Actress Debbie Reynolds died day after death of daughter Carrie Fisher
The 84-year-old actress Debbie Reynolds is Wednesday, died of a cardiac arrest. Reynolds’ death comes shortly after the death of her daughter Carrie Fisher.
The son of the 84-year-old actress, Todd Fisher, please let know in a comment that his mother is heavily afflicted by the death of Carrie Fisher. “They wanted to be with Carrie.”
Reynolds was Wednesday evening (Dutch time), brought to the hospital with symptoms of a stroke. The cause of death is, however, not confirmed. The actress was earlier in the day busy arranging the funeral of her daughter Carrie Fisher, who Tuesday, december 27 died.
The 84-year-old actress was in 1952, best known for her role in the film Singin’ in the Rain and The Unsinkable Molly Brown and later on played among other things, the mother of Grace in the series Will & Grace. In 2014, she received a ‘Lifetime Achievement Award’ by the Screen Actors Guild.
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Reynolds got together with singer Eddie Fisher have two children: daughter Carrie and son Todd. The singer left her in 1959 for Elizabeth Taylor. Later she married Harry Karl, who after a marriage of thirteen years divorced. From 1984 to 1996, she was married to Richard Hamlett.
In an interview in 1990 told the actress about her divorces, her career, her comfort had commanded. “I have no regrets of my career. I am particularly happy that I’ve got. My career is with me always remained. My marriage ended, but my work remained. It gave me pleasure in life. It allowed me to travel and I met amazing, funny people.”
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Debbie Reynolds with her daughter Carrie Fisher.
Todd Fisher (son of Reynolds) Debbie Reynolds, Carrie Fisher and her Billie Lourd.
Reynolds is remembered for her star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
Reynolds with opponent Gene Kelly in Singin’ in the Rain.
Reynolds in 2003 at a film gala / festival it.
Reynolds died at age 84.
Debbie Reynolds receives a Lifetime Achievement Award from the hands of her daughter.
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The largest part of her career, Reynolds was not to see movies, but she was on Broadway in musicals and plays. She also worked on various shows in Las Vegas.
Later played the actress in many television shows. In 1969 she was given her own series, The Debbie Reynolds Show, which ended after a season.
The most memorable roles of Debbie Reynolds