Actress Carrie Fisher, best known for her role as Princess Leia in "Star Wars," has died at age 60, according to multiple reports. 

Fisher suffered a reported heart attack last week on a flight from London to the U.S.

Her former "Star Wars" co-stars Mark Hamill and Billy Dee Williams reacted on Twitter:

In a statement, actor Harrison Ford said, "Carrie was one-of-a-kind…brilliant, original. Funny and emotionally fearless. She lived her life, bravely...My thoughts are with her daughter Billie, her Mother Debbie, her brother Todd, and her many friends. We will all miss her."

"Star Wars" creator George Lucas said in a statement that Fisher, his lifelong friend, would be "missed by all."

Many more are posting tributes to the actress and novelist...

Fisher's daughter, Billie Lourd, released a statement through her spokesman saying Fisher died Tuesday just before 9 a.m PST. Lourd said her mother was "loved by the word and she will be missed profoundly," AP reported.

Fisher made her feature film debut opposite Warren Beatty in the 1975 hit "Shampoo" and was also an accomplished author who detailed her experiences with addiction and mental illness in several best-selling books.

Besides her daughter, Fisher is survived by her brother, Todd Fisher, and her mother, actress Debbie Reynolds.

Mike Tammero, host of "In the FOXlight" on Fox News Channel, joined "Happening Now" to share his remembrances of Fisher, including meeting her for the first time.

"She was just such a real, down-to-earth person, which struck me [for] someone who is Hollywood royalty," said Tammero. 

He said Fisher has a cameo in the next "Star Wars" film, the follow-up to last year's "The Force Awakens." The move is slated to be released in Dec. 2017.

Watch the full interview above.


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