Debbie Reynolds

Apr 1, 1932 – Dec 28, 2016 (Age 84)


Debbie Reynolds, the actress and singer who starred in "Singin' in the Rain" and "The Unsinkable Molly Brown," and the mother of actress Carrie Fisher, died Wednesday, Dec. 28, 2016. For full obituary and coverage from, click here.

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God is a God of all Comfort and he will Comfort the Family's...My heartfelt sympathy to the Family's

I was actually named after Debbie Reynolds. I have always thought a lot of her and am honored that I was named after Making. Reynt.

I grew up with you

Loved her in Singing In The Rain and How The Est Was Won...truly a Great Actress!!

Rip Audrey Conner you are missed

i knew debbie personally and carrie and the fam she was a great person with me only being 5 years older than her the whole fam are great people

May Ms. Reynolds Rest In Peace and may you find comfort in knowing the God of Tender Mercies cares for her and you.

Debbie, you will be sorely missed. Your talent was beyond comprehension, your heart made of pure gold, and a legacy that has transcended generations. Rest soundly beside Carrie. From now on, each time it rains, I'll know you are singing and dancing on that heavenly stage.

Thanks Debbie, for the memorable entertainment. You will forever remain etched in memory. RIP with your gifted Carrie.