32. 1983: Carrie Fisher as Leia on the Beach
Carrie Fisher was a Hollywood icon and an exceptional writer who was most famous for her role as Princess Leia in Star Wars. After the first film in the 1970s, Fisher reprised her role in six more movies in the series and became an international phenomenon. Despite much success, fame, and fortune, Carrie had her demons, one of them being her struggle with bipolar disorder. According to Fisher, her condition pushed her to self-medicate regularly to cope with everything and function. Carrie was one of the many big names we lost in 2016, and even her farewell was as unique as she was because her ashes were placed in a giant Prozac pill urn. What a legend.
31. 1973: Cher
Born as Cherilyn Sarkisian in 1946, Cher has been on the scene for nearly 55 years with no stopping in sight and is the indisputable goddess of pop. With her unique voice and style, she has sold over 100 million records worldwide and still holds the record for some of the most commercially successful world tours. In fact, on top of dominating the music industry, she even won an Oscar for her performance in Moonstruck in addition to a number of Golden Globes.