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Carrie Fisher to Appear in 2 New ‘Family Guy’ Episodes

”Star Wars“ actress, who died Tuesday, had already recorded lines as Peter Griffin’s brewery supervisor

Carrie Fisher will posthumously appear on two new “Family Guy” episodes, TheWrap has confirmed.

The air dates for her coming episodes are not set at the moment, but the lines have all been captured.

Fisher, who died Tuesday at age 60, had played Peter Griffin’s brewery supervisor, Angela, a role she’s inhabited via voiceover 20 times since first appearing in 2005.

Here’s “Family Guy” creator Seth MacFarlane remembering his friend and colleague on Twitter.

The actress, the daughter of singer Eddie Fisher and Hollywood star Debbie Reynolds, made her big screen debut in 1970’s “Shampoo”with Warren Beatty, Goldie Hawn and Julie Christie.

In 1977, she played the role that would make her internationally famous in “Star Wars,” as the revolutionary princess of the planet Alderaan.

Following starring roles in “The Empire Strikes Back” and “The Return of the Jedi,” Fisher had a string of small or guest parts such as “Scream 3,” “Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back,” “These Old Broads,” “Sex and the City” and “Entourage.”

She reprised her role as Leia in last year’s “The Force Awakens” and completed filming of next year’s “Star Wars: Episode VIII.”

Fisher also became famous for her writing, including the novel “Postcards From the Edge” that was later adapted into a movie starring Meryl Streep.