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Carrie Fisher A Life On The Edge
Sheila Weller’s New Biography Charts The Wild Highs And Wrenching Lows Of A Hollywood Original. A Child Of Show Business Who Found Her Own Voice, The Actress And Author Was Hilarious, Sad, And Unforgettable.

→ Speaking to some of those who knew Carrie Fisher best, author Sheila Weller crafted Carrie Fisher: A Life on the Edge (out Nov. 12), an anecdote-filled journey chronicling the actress and writer’s incredible life—including a fly-on-the-wall view of her wild celeb-filled house parties.

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Star Wars, Carrie wanted an outpost in her hometown, so she bought a house next door to her friend Teri Garr’s log cabin in Laurel Canyon. It was a tiny house, and Carrie decorated it felicitously: she put a big statue of a foot on the front lawn and had cutouts of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs on the stairs. When she and Paul [Simon] were in L.A., she gave parties there, where a gourmet cook was on the premises, teaching everyone cuisine. The hired chef was “supposed to give us lessons,” Teri Garr recalled, “and we’d all watch him cook and try to learn how, but mostly we’d just drink a lot of wine.”

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