Carrie Fisher was an American actress born in California on October 21, 1956 to actress Debbie Reynolds and singer Eddie Fisher. She started acting in 1969 and her first film appearance was on the movie Shampoo in 1975. However, her most iconic role was Princess Leia in the film series Star Wars. She was working on the latest Star Wars film installment when she unexpectedly passed away. There were Carrie Fisher plastic surgery rumors circulating for years that she never admitted to until her death.
Carrie Fisher looked gorgeous as a young actress. This may run in the blood, as she was the daughter of equally beautiful actress Debbie Reynolds.
Fisher was picked to play the role of Princess Leia for the film Star Wars, which was shown in 1977.
She played Princess Leia for the Star Wars movie installments including Star Wars Episode VII. Her character aged naturally as the actress did.
She gained weight through the years as she aged and all of a sudden lost weight in 2011 prompting rumors she had liposuction.
However, she slummed the plastic surgery rumors about her weight loss, as it was part of being the spokesperson of Jenny Craig.
Even when she got older, her face still looked tighter, prompting speculations that she may have had facelifts.
Although there are visible crow’s feet and lines on her forehead, her face didn’t look natural, which could be a cause by Botox gone wrong as some experts thought.
Her neck also didn’t sag or wrinkled, as you would expect on women her age, suggesting that she may also have undergone neck lift.
The actress may have also gone under the knife for an eyelid lift as her eyes also looked more pulled up.
The actress died in 2016 and she never admitted any of the rumored plastic surgery procedures that were believed to be done on her.