Carrie Fisherwill present her mother Debbie Reynolds with a Lifetime Achievement Awards during the Screen Actors Guild Awards, the ceremony's executive producer Kathy Connell announced.

During Reynolds' nearly seven-decade career, she has starred in more than 50 films, two Broadway shows and two television series. But the actress is best known for starring opposite Gene Kelly as Kathy Selden in Singin' in the Rain, her Oscar-nominated titular performance in The Unsinkable Molly Brown, and her role in the Oscar-winning film How the West Was Won.

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Her daughter Fisher is best known for playing Princess Leia in the Star Warsfranchise. She also famously wrote the novel Postcards From the Edge, a thinly veiled memoir about growing up as the daughter of a famous actress. Fisher also wrote the 2001 made-for-TV movie These Old Broads which starred Reynolds and Elizabeth Taylor, the woman whom Fisher's father, Eddie Fisher, notoriously left her mother for.

The SAG Awards airs Sunday, Jan. 25 live at 8/7c on TNT and TBS.