Fame from Star Wars was like 'sensory overload'
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Daisy Ridley: Fame was like a 'sensory overload'

A documentary about a teenage Mongolian girl's quest to become an eagle hunter - a skill normally passed down from father to son - is released in the UK next week.

Its narrator and executive producer is the young British actor Daisy Ridley, who shot to fame as Rey in the latest Star Wars film 'The Force Awakens'.

Daisy told the Today programme about her experience on Star Wars and if veteran stars Harrison Ford and Carrie Fisher had offered any advice.

  • 05 Dec 2016
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