Debbie Reynolds died a day after her daughter Carrie Fisher

Reynolds had been hospitalized this afternoon after suffering a heart attack.

Debbie Reynolds, famous for his role in 'Singing in the rain', died Wednesday at age 84, a day after the death of her daughter Carrie Fisher, news media reported. "Reynolds was born on urgency to a hospital in Bervely Hills, then that he suffered a stroke, said the TMZ celebrity website." She wanted to be with Carrie,"said his son, Todd Fisher, quoted by the specialized magazine Variety, hours after that, distraught by the death of his daughter, collapsed and was hospitalized.

Carrie Fisher, catapulted to global fame as the rebel Princess Leia in the original 'Star Wars' trilogy, died Tuesday after suffering a heart attack during a flight between London and Los Angeles four days earlier. Quoting unidentified family sources, TMZ said that Reynolds was in his son's House to discuss arrangements for the funeral of Carrie."
Thanks to all those who embrace the gifts and talents of my beloved and amazing daughter. I am grateful for your thoughts and prayers which are now guiding it to its next stop", wrote the actress on Facebook following the death of his daughter. Reynolds, who received a distinction from the Academy - the prize humanitarian Jean Hersholt - last year, captivated audiences for the first time in 1952 with his performance in 'Singing in the rain'.
It was then nominated for an Oscar and helped found a group that fights against problems related to mental disorders. In 2013, in his autobiography "Unsinkable: A Memoir" detailed the highs and lows of his life and a film career amid the glamour of Hollywood during the golden years.

Known at some point as the main collector of memorabilia from Hollywood, Reynolds was briefly married to the father of Carrie, the singer Eddie Fisher. He was born under the name of Mary Frances Reynolds on April 1, 1932 in El Paso, Texas, and was the second daughter of Raymond Francis Reynolds, a Carpenter of railways, and his spouse Maxine.
It was discovered by Hollywood studios MGM after winning a beauty contest at age 16 in California.Pese not to be professional dancer, she was elected to coprotagonizar 'Singing in the rain' with Gene Kelly, according to the Internet Movie Database.
The online archive followed several musicals from MGM in which Reynolds always played a heroine to young and healthy before being nominated for the Oscar for 'The Unsinkable Molly Brown' (1964). He had three marriages and once said during an interview that he had more luck choosing restaurants than men.
First, had to endure the humiliation of losing to Fisher, who went to the arms of her best friend, the icon Elizabeth Taylor, although they remained close until the death of Taylor in 2011.Su second husband Harry Karl shoes mogul, bet most of their savings.
Her third marriage with the real estate entrepreneur Richard Hamlett in 1985 was not much more successful, and ended in divorce in 1996.Para to support his family, accepted jobs in Las Vegas, where he had his own casino that housed her extensive collection of memorabilia until its closure in 1997.Admirada by its versatility, starred in his own series, 'The Debbie Reynolds Show' , in 1969-1970, although only lasted a season.

His film career ended in 1970, but continued to act in films and television series. ' Bright Lights: Starring Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds', the documentary about his relationship with his daughter, was awarded this year at the Cannes film festival and should be issued by HBO in March.


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