She was tough, feisty and resilient. Not just in her iconic role as Princess Leia in “Star Wars” — but in her real life as Carrie Fisher. She was a scion of Hollywood stars who stumbled into the pitfalls of early life in the spotlight, drug and alcohol abuse. But she turned those stumbling blocks into stepping stones to better things. Fisher died just a few days after taking ill on a flight to Los Angeles. She was returning home from a trip to promote the latest of her memoirs — books in which she chronicled her battle against bipolar disease and addictions to both drugs and alcohol. Carrie Fisher was 60.