LOS ANGELES - After decades of fast living that her fearless “Star Wars” character Princess Leia would have struggled to keep up with, Carrie Fisher knows a thing or two about life.

Now she wants to share her experiences, and perhaps impart a pearl of wisdom or two, in her latest role — as an agony aunt for a British newspaper.

The American actress has been given an advice column by The Guardian, with young readers encouraged to disclose their personal problems, while she will impart lessons learnt from her years of drug addiction and mental illness.

The 59-year-old promised in her first column on Friday to “provide solicited advice, based on a life filled with pratfalls and accidents” but added that she wanted the questions to come “from the younger members of our congested world.”

Fisher was catapulted to worldwide stardom as rebel warrior Leia in the original “Star Wars” trilogy, which has been a cultural phenomenon since the release of the films from 1977 to 1983.