Justin Trudeau and Canadian actors pay tribute to Carrie Fisher
The Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Canadian actors Dan Aykroyd and William Shatner paid tribute Tuesday Carrie Fisher, became famous for playing Princess Leia in Star Wars .
Mr. Trudeau, a great admirer of the saga, hailed the memory of the American actress. On Twitter, he wrote, “We will never forget you, Carrie. May strength be with you always. ”
Over the past two years, the Prime Minister invited young patients of Ontario’s Children’s Hospital to join him for private screenings of Star Wars: The Force Awakens and Rogue One .
At Halloween 2015, he was photographed with his family, disguised as Han Solo, while his wife, Sophie Grégoire, was disguised as Princess Leia.
Carrie Fisher died Tuesday, at the age of 60, four days after experiencing a discomfort in a flight between London and Los Angeles. Some media reports that she succumbed to a heart attack.
Dan Aykroyd, who was briefly engaged to the actress in 1980, called her “beautiful, brilliant, amusing, wise, kind and generous sister Blues” on Twitter.
“So ironic. Christmas was that Carrie preferred after the babies, “said Canadian actor about his co-star in Blues Brothers .
William Shatner, who played Captain Kirk in Star Trek , also offered condolences on Twitter.
“I am deeply saddened to learn of the death of Carrie Fisher. I will miss our banter. A wonderful talent and light has gone out. “