Star Wars: The Last Jedi, the latest installment of the intergalactic franchise, will be Carrie Fisher’s last appearance in the series. In 1977, Fisher was cast as Princess Leia, a symbol of the resistance and leader of the Rebel Alliance, and at just 20 years old, she skyrocketed to fame alongside fellow newcomers Mark Hamill as future jedi Luke Skywalker, and Harrison Ford as the sardonic smuggler, Han Solo. Her daughter, Billie Lourd, appears alongside her in The Last Jedi, and the film is dedicated in Fisher’s honor. The actress passed away last December, after suffering a heart attack at the age of 60, but her legacy lives on in the Star Wars universe. This collection from the archives takes a look back at the icon, from her first appearance as Princess Leia to her last.