Carrie Fisher, the actress who became a pop culture icon for her performance as Princess Leia in Star Wars, has died at age 60.
Fisher had suffered a massive heart attack last week on a flight from London to Los Angeles. On Sunday, her family said she was in stable condition.
A representative of Fisher's daughter, Bille Lourd, confirmed that Fisher died on Tuesday morning.
Fisher shot to fame at the age of 19, when she took on her instantly iconic role in Star Wars.