Mark Hamill remembers 'princess' Carrie Fisher at Tony Awards

Ausiliatrice Cristiano
Giugno 13, 2017

Hamill, 65, subtly honored his Star Wars co-star during Sunday's ceremony while presenting the In Memoriam tribute, with a special nod to "a princess" the world lost in the past year. Legends of the stage, artists from behind the scenes, princes of show business, and a princess.

"They inspired a generation of theatre lovers projecting strength, resilience, and integrity". "We'll cherish their passion and their expertise that made Broadway what it is today and their indomitable spirit that continues to influence what it strives to become tomorrow". After receiving advanced life support from the paramedics, Fisher was relocated to a nearby hospital where she later died.

Before he took the stage, Hamill opened up to PEOPLE about his friendship with Fisher. While Hamill established himself as a big screen icon 40 years ago with the classic Star Wars trilogy in 1977, there's no question that's had a huge impact on animation, particularly as the voice of The Joker in TV's Batman: The Animated Series beginning in 1992, and most recently, in the movie Batman: The Killing Joke in 2016 and Justice League Action series in 2016-17 (as the voice of both The Joker and Swamp Thing). "Carrie's name and then the d-word", he said. "I think she covered up that because vulnerability to her signaled weakness and so she overcompensated for that". Maybe it's a form of denial, but she's so vibrant in my mind, and so vital a part of the family, that I can't imagine it without her. And I also look at it selfishly: She was just hilarious.

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