Rest in peace, Debbie Reynolds.
The iconic Hollywood actress died after reportedly suffering a stroke on Wednesday, Dec. 28, her son, Todd Fisher, confirmed to TMZ.
Debbie's passing comes just one day after the death of her only daughter, Carrie Fisher. The Star Wars actress died at age 60 on Tuesday, Dec. 27 after suffering a heart attack days earlier during a flight from London to LA.
"She's with Carrie," Todd, 58, told TMZ of Debbie's death.
Debbie with Gene Kelly in Singin' in the Rain. (Photo Credit: Getty Images)
The Singin' in the Rain star was rushed to the hospital earlier today while suffering a medical emergency. She was at Todd's Beverly Hills home discussing Carrie's funeral arrangements when she fell ill around 1 p.m. on Wednesday.
Debbie was taken by EMTs to a nearby emergency room after someone from Todd's house called 911 to report a possible stroke. She allegedly died in the hospital hours later.
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The Hollywood legend and her late husband Eddie Fisher — who died at age 82 of complications from a hip surgery in 2010 — welcomed daughter Carrie in October 1956 and son Todd in February 1958. Debbie and Eddie were married from 1955 until 1959.
She was later hitched to Harry Karl from 1960 until 1973 and Richard Hamlett from 1984 to 1996.
Carrie, Debbie and Billie in January 2015. (Photo Credit: Getty Images)
Throughout her nearly 70-year showbiz career, Debbie worked as an actress, singer, entertainer, businesswoman and film historian. She first rose to fame in 1952 at age 19 with her starring role in Singin' in the Rain.
She is also known for appearing in films The Affairs of Dobie Gillis (1953), Susan Slept Here (1954), Bundle of Joy (1956), The Catered Affair (1956), Tammy and the Bachelor (1957), How the West Was Won (1963), The Unsinkable Molly Brown (1964), The Singing Nun (1966), American Style (1967), What's the Matter with Helen? (1971), Mother (1996), and In & Out (1997).
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Debbie was nominated for five Golden Globe Awards, one Primetime Emmy Award, one Daytime Emmy Award and one Academy Award during her lifetime. In 2014, she received a Lifetime Achievement SAG Award and in 2015 accepted the Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Academy Award.
The iconic actress is survived by her son, Todd, and granddaughter, Billie Lourd.
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