Brittany Murphy

American actress and singer (1977–2009)

Brittany Murphy-Monjack (born Brittany Anne Bertolotti; November 10, 1977 – December 20, 2009) was an American actress and singer. She appeared in many movies and was the voice of Luanne on the American television show King of the Hill. Murphy was married to British moviemaker Simon Monjack (1970-2010) from 2007 until her death on December 20, 2009. She died of pneumonia. An overdose of legal drugs also played a part in her death.[1]

Brittany Murphy in 2006

Filmography change

Year Film Role Notes
1993 Family Prayers Elsie Alternative title: A Family Divided
1995 Clueless[2] Tai
1996 Freeway Rhonda
1997 Bongwater Mary
Drive Deliverance Bodine
1998 Falling Sky Emily Nicholson
The Prophecy II Izzy Direct-to-video release
Zack and Reba Reba Simpson
1999 Drop Dead Gorgeous Lisa Swenson
Girl, Interrupted[2] Daisy Randone
2000 Trixie Ruby Pearli
Angels! Nurse Bellows
Cherry Falls Jody Marken
The Audition Daniella Short subject
Sidewalks of New York Ashley
2001 Summer Catch Dede Mulligan
Don't Say a Word Elisabeth Burrows
Riding in Cars with Boys Fay Forrester
2002 Spun Nikki
Something in Between Sky
8 Mile[2] Alex Latourno
2003 Just Married[2] Sarah
Uptown Girls Molly Gunn
Good Boy! Nelly Voice
2004 Little Black Book Stacy Holt
2005 Sin City Shellie
Neverwas Maggie Blake
2006 The Groomsmen Sue
Love and Other Disasters Emily "Jacks" Jackson
Happy Feet[2] Gloria[2] Voice
The Dead Girl Krista Kutcher
2008 The Ramen Girl Abby
Futurama: The Beast with a Billion Backs Colleen (Voice) Direct-to-DVD release
2009 Deadline Alice
Across the Hall June
Abandoned Mary
Year Title Role Notes
1991 Murphy Brown Frank's Sister 1 episode
1991-1992 Drexell's Class Brenda Drexell 18 episodes
1992 Kids Incorporated Celeste 1 episode
Parker Lewis Can't Lose Angie 1 episode
1993 Almost Home Molly Morgan 13 episodes
Blossom Wendy 1 episode
1994 Frasier Olsen 1 episode
Party of Five Abby 2 episodes
1994-1995 Sister, Sister Sarah 6 episodes
1995 Boy Meets World Trini 2 episodes
The Marshal Lizzie Roth 1 episode
seaQuest DSV Christine VanCamp 1 episode
Murder One Diane "Dee-Dee" Carson 1 episode
1996 Double Jeopardy Julia Television movie
Nash Bridges Carrie 1 episode
Clueless Jasmine 1 episode
1997-2009 King of the Hill[2] Luanne Platter (Voice)[2]
Various characters (Voice)
226 episodes
1998 David and Lisa Lisa Television movie
1999 The Devil's Arithmetic Rivkah Television movie
1999-2000 Pepper Ann Tank the 8th grader (Voice) 3 episodes
2000 Common Ground Dorothy Nelson Television movie
2009 Tribute Cilla McGowan Television movie
Megafault Dr. Amy Lane Television movie

References change

  1. McCartney, Anthony. "Coroner: Pneumonia, drugs killed Brittany Murphy". Retrieved 2010-02-04.[permanent dead link].
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 2.6 2.7 "Hospital: Actress Brittany Murphy dies at age 32". Retrieved 2009-12-20.[permanent dead link]

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