Contents 1 Early life 2 Career 2.1 Acting 2.2 Music 3 Personal life 4 Death 4.1 Foundation 5 Filmography 5.1 Feature films 5.2 Television 5.3 Video games 5.4 Stage work 6 Awards and nominations 7 References 8 External links

Early life Brittany Anne Bertolotti[6] was born in Atlanta, Georgia,[7] to Sharon Kathleen Murphy[4] and Angelo Joseph Bertolotti,[8][9] who divorced when she was two years old. Murphy was raised by her mother in Edison, New Jersey. Bertolotti was not named as her father on Brittany's first death certificate.[9] Prior to her enrolling at Edison High School, the family moved to Los Angeles in 1991 so that Murphy could pursue an acting career.[10][11][12] Murphy said her mother never tried to stifle her creativity, and she considered her mother a crucial factor in her later success: "When I asked my mom to move to California, she sold everything and moved out here for me. She always believed in me."[7] Murphy's mother is of Irish and Eastern European descent and her father is of Italian ancestry.[13][14] She was raised a Baptist and later became a non-denominational Christian.[15][16] She had two older half-brothers and a younger half-sister.[17]

Career Murphy at the London premiere of Happy Feet, December 2006 Acting Murphy attended Verne Fowler School of Dance and Theatre Arts in Colonia, New Jersey, in 1982. From the age of four, she trained in singing, dancing, and acting until her move to California at thirteen.[18] Murphy made her Broadway debut in 1997, as Catherine, in a revival of Arthur Miller's A View from the Bridge opposite veteran actors Anthony LaPaglia and Allison Janney.[19] Murphy landed her first job in Hollywood when she was thirteen, starring as Brenda Drexell in the series Drexell's Class. She then went on to play Molly Morgan in the short-lived The Torkelsons spinoff Almost Home. Murphy also guest-starred on several television series, including Parker Lewis Can't Lose, Blossom, seaQuest 2032, Murder One and Frasier. She also had recurring roles on Sister, Sister, Party of Five, and Boy Meets World. Murphy's breakthrough role was in her second feature film, the teen comedy Clueless (1995), directed by Amy Heckerling, which went on to receive cult status. She followed this with roles in Freeway (1996), with Reese Witherspoon and Kiefer Sutherland, and the independent comedy Bongwater (1998). In 1999, she landed a supporting role in James Mangold's Girl, Interrupted (1999) as a troubled psychiatric patient alongside Winona Ryder and Angelina Jolie; and as an aspiring beauty queen in Drop Dead Gorgeous (1999). She also voiced the character Luanne Platter on Fox's animated sitcom King of the Hill for the entirety of the show's run from 1997 to 2009, and Joseph Gribble until the fifth season. She was nominated for an Annie Award for voice acting in the King of the Hill episode "Movin' On Up".[20] She began the 2000s with a leading role in Don't Say a Word (2001) alongside Michael Douglas; the TV adaptation of the novel The Devil's Arithmetic (2001); 8 Mile (2002), for which she received critical acclaim;[5] and Uptown Girls (2003). In 2003, she starred in the romantic comedies Just Married and Little Black Book (2004) and the critically acclaimed Sin City (2005). Film critic Roger Ebert frequently acclaimed Murphy's acting talent and comedic timing, giving good reviews to several of her films and comparing her to Lucille Ball:[21] As for Brittany Murphy, for me, it goes back to the 2003 Independent Spirit Awards [where] Murphy was assigned to present one of the awards. Her task was to read the names of the five nominees, open an envelope, and reveal the name of the winner. This she turned into an opportunity for screwball improvisational comedy, by pretending she could not follow this sequence, not even after the audience shouted instructions and the stage manager came to whisper in her ear not once but twice. There were those in the audience who were dumbfounded by her stupidity. I was dumbfounded by her brilliance.[22] Murphy followed with several independent films, including as Spun (2002), Neverwas (2005), and Karen Moncrieff's The Dead Girl (2006), as well as two Edward Burns films: Sidewalks of New York (2001) and The Groomsmen (2006). She returned to voice acting with the critically acclaimed 2006 animated feature Happy Feet, as Gloria Penguin. In 2009, she was cast in the Lifetime TV movie Tribute, as the main character, Cilla. Murphy completed the thriller/drama Abandoned in June 2009 and it was released in 2010, after her death.[23] In November 2009, Murphy left the production of The Caller, which was being filmed in Puerto Rico, and was replaced by Rachelle Lefevre. Murphy denied media reports that she had been fired from the project after being difficult on set, and cited "creative differences".[24] Something Wicked, her final film, was released in 2014. Music Murphy performing for the crew during a USO show aboard USS Nimitz on June 19, 2003 Murphy's career also included work as a singer. She commented: "My singing voice isn't like my speaking voice...I've just always kept it a secret and never taken credit because I wanted to learn how to work behind the microphone in a recording studio, and some of the singers don't even know it was me recording on their albums."[25] She was in a band called Blessed Soul with fellow actor Eric Balfour in the early 1990s. On June 6, 2006, Murphy and Paul Oakenfold released the single "Faster Kill Pussycat", from the album A Lively Mind. The song became a club hit and hit number one on Billboard's Hot Dance Club Play chart.[26] It also hit number seven in Oakenfold's native United Kingdom in June 2006.[27] She dabbled in music again with the release of the film Happy Feet, in which she covered Queen's "Somebody to Love" and Earth, Wind & Fire's "Boogie Wonderland". Murphy said about her character, Gloria, "Oddly enough, of all the characters I've played, Gloria is the most like me. And she's a penguin! George Miller always wanted one person to do both [the speaking and the singing]. I said, 'I can sing,' and I asked him to give me a shot. I don't think he took me very seriously, because most actors say they can do most things."[25]

Personal life In late 2002, Murphy began dating Ashton Kutcher, her co-star in Just Married.[28] Once engaged to talent manager Jeff Kwatinetz, Murphy became engaged to Joe Macaluso in December 2005, a production assistant she met while working on the film Little Black Book.[29] In August 2006, they ended their engagement.[29] In May 2007, Murphy married British screenwriter Simon Monjack in a private Jewish ceremony in Los Angeles.[30] For the last three-and-a-half years of her life, Murphy, her mother and Monjack lived together in the same house.[31] In the early 2000s, Murphy lost a large amount of weight,[32][33] which led to rumors of a cocaine addiction.[32][34] In 2005, Murphy disputed such claims to Jane magazine, saying, "No, just for the record I have never tried it in my entire life."[32][34] At this point, she had recently signed as the spokesmodel for Jordache jeans.[35]

Death At 8:00 am on December 20, 2009, the Los Angeles Fire Department responded to "a medical request"[36] at the Los Angeles home Murphy and Monjack shared. She had apparently collapsed in a bathroom.[7] Firefighters attempted to resuscitate Murphy on the scene. She was transported to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, where she died at 10:04 after going into cardiac arrest.[7][36][37] Shortly after her death, Assistant Chief Coroner Ed Winter told the Associated Press: "It appears to be natural."[11][38][39] An autopsy was performed the day after she died. Her death certificate listed the cause of death as "deferred".[40] On February 4, 2010, the Los Angeles County coroner stated that the primary cause of Murphy's death was pneumonia, with secondary factors of iron-deficiency anemia and multiple drug intoxication. On February 25, 2010, the coroner released a report stating that Murphy had been taking a range of over-the-counter and prescription medications, with the most likely reason being to treat a cold or respiratory infection. These included "elevated levels" of hydrocodone, acetaminophen, L-methamphetamine, and chlorpheniramine. All of the drugs were legal and the death was ruled to be an accident, but the report observed: "the possible adverse physiological effects of elevated levels of these medications cannot be discounted, especially in her weakened state."[1] Grave of Brittany Murphy at Forest Lawn Hollywood Hills On December 24, 2009, Murphy was buried at Forest Lawn Memorial Park in Hollywood Hills.[3][41] On May 23, 2010, her widower Simon Monjack was found dead at the same Hollywood Hills residence.[42] In July 2010, Los Angeles Assistant Chief Coroner Ed Winter stated that the cause of his death was acute pneumonia and severe anemia.[43] It was reported that the Los Angeles County Department of Health had considered toxic mold in their house as a possible cause of the deaths, but this was dismissed by Ed Winter, who stated that there were "no indicators" that mold was a factor.[44] Murphy's mother Sharon described the reports of mold contributing to the deaths as "absurd" and went on to state that inspecting the home for mold was never requested by the Health Department.[45] In December 2011, Sharon Murphy changed her stance, announcing that toxic mold was indeed what killed her daughter and son-in-law, and filed a lawsuit against the attorneys who represented her in an earlier suit against the builders of the home where her daughter and son-in-law died.[46] On January 11, 2012, her father Angelo Bertolotti applied to the Superior Court of California requesting that the Los Angeles County Coroner's Office be required to hand over samples of his daughter's hair for independent testing.[47][48] The suit was dismissed on July 19, 2012, after Bertolotti failed to attend two separate hearings.[49] In November 2013, Angelo Bertolotti claimed that a toxicology report showed that deliberate poisoning by heavy metals, including antimony and barium, was a possible cause of Brittany Murphy's death. In a 2014 interview with the Examiner, Bertolotti made it explicitly clear that he believed his ex-wife murdered their daughter.[50] Sharon Murphy described the claim as "a smear".[51][52] Foundation In January 2010, Murphy's mother, Sharon, and her widower, Simon Monjack, established the Brittany Murphy Foundation, a charitable fund for children's arts education, as well as supporting the USO and cancer research.[53][54] The Foundation was launched on February 4, 2010, at a fundraising event at the Saban Theatre in Beverly Hills.[55] After a records search revealed that the foundation's not-for-profit status had not been filed, the foundation announced that it would refund any donations received and issued an official letter on the foundation's website. They stated that in an effort to get the foundation set up as quickly as possible, they had established it as a private foundation with plans to apply for nonprofit status later. However, they said that they had decided to wait until the foundation's nonprofit status was approved before going any further in order to truly honor Murphy and the foundation's charitable goals.[56] On November 10, 2013, the Brittany Murphy Foundation was officially relaunched by her father Angelo Bertolotti, according to a press release posted at the foundation's website.[57]

Filmography Feature films Year Title Role Notes 1993 Family Prayers Elise Alternative title: A Family Divided 1995 Clueless Tai Frasier 1996 Freeway Rhonda 1997 Bongwater Mary 1997 Drive Deliverance Bodine 1998 Falling Sky Emily Nicholson 1998 Prophecy II, TheThe Prophecy II Izzy Direct-to-video release 1998 Phoenix Veronica 1998 Zack and Reba Reba Simpson 1999 Drop Dead Gorgeous Lisa Swenson 1999 Girl, Interrupted Daisy Randone 2000 Trixie Ruby Pearli 2000 Angels! Nurse Bellows 2000 Cherry Falls Jody Marken 2000 Audition, TheThe Audition Daniella Short subject 2001 Sidewalks of New York Ashley 2001 Summer Catch Dede Mulligan 2001 Don't Say a Word Elisabeth Burrows 2001 Riding in Cars with Boys Fay Forrester 2002 Spun Nikki 2002 Something in Between Sky Short subject 2002 8 Mile Alex Latourno 2003 Just Married Sarah 2003 Uptown Girls Molly Gunn 2003 Good Boy! Nelly Voice role 2004 Little Black Book Stacy Holt 2005 Sin City Shellie 2005 Neverwas Maggie Paige 2006 Groomsmen, TheThe Groomsmen Sue 2006 Love and Other Disasters Emily "Jacks" Jackson 2006 Happy Feet Gloria Voice role 2006 Dead Girl, TheThe Dead Girl Krista Kutcher 2008 Ramen Girl, TheThe Ramen Girl Abby Producer credit[58] 2008 Futurama: The Beast with a Billion Backs Colleen O'Hallahan (voice) Direct-to-video release 2009 Deadline Alice Direct-to-video release 2009 Across the Hall June 2010 Abandoned Mary Direct-to-video and posthumous release 2014 Something Wicked Susan Posthumous release Television Year Title Role Notes 1991 Murphy Brown Frank's sister Episode: "On Another Plane: Part 1" 1991–92 Drexell's Class Brenda Drexell 18 episodes 1992 Kids Incorporated Celeste Episode: "Lay Off" 1992 Parker Lewis Can't Lose Angie Episode: "The Kiss" 1993 Almost Home Molly Morgan 13 episodes 1993 Blossom Wendy Episode: "Blossom in Paris: Part 1" 1994 Frasier Olsen Episode: "Give Him the Chair!" 1994 Party of Five Abby 2 episodes 1994–95 Sister, Sister Sarah 6 episodes 1995 Boy Meets World Trini Martin 2 episodes 1995 Marshal, TheThe Marshal Lizzie Roth Episode: "These Foolish Things" 1995 seaQuest DSV Christine VanCamp Episode: "Second Chance" 1995 Murder One Diane "Dee-Dee" Carson Episode: "Chapter Nine" 1996 Double Jeopardy Julia Movie 1996 Nash Bridges Carrie Episode: "Night Train" 1996 Clueless Jasmine Episode: "Driving Me Crazy" 1997– 2009 King of the Hill Luanne Platter (voice) Various characters (voice) 226 episodes 1998 David and Lisa Lisa 1999 Devil's Arithmetic, TheThe Devil's Arithmetic Rivkah Showtime film 1999– 2000 Pepper Ann Tank the 8th grader (voice) 3 episodes 2000 Common Ground Dorothy Nelson Movie 2005 I'm Still Here Voiceover Documentary about The Holocaust 2009 Tribute Cilla McGowan Movie 2009 Megafault Dr. Amy Lane Movie Video games Year Title Voice role Notes 1995 My First Encyclopedia Space floor guide live action 2006 Marc Eckō's Getting Up: Contents Under Pressure Karen Light 2006 Happy Feet Gloria Music videos Year Song Artist Notes 1995 "Here" Luscious Jackson 2001 "A Little Respect" Wheatus 2004 "Closest Thing to Heaven" Tears for Fears 2006 "Faster Kill Pussycat" Paul Oakenfold Also provided vocals on song Stage work Year Production Role Location 1997 A View from the Bridge[59] Catherine Broadway

Awards and nominations This section does not cite any sources. Please help improve this section by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (January 2017) (Learn how and when to remove this template message) Satellite Awards Year Category Nominated work Result 2002 Satellite Award for Best Supporting Actress – Motion Picture Don't Say a Word Nominated Spike Video Game Awards 2006 Best Supporting Female Performance Marc Eckō's Getting Up: Contents Under Pressure Nominated Teen Choice Awards 2003 Choice Movie Actress—Comedy Just Married Nominated Choice Movie Actress—Drama/Action-Adventure 8 Mile Nominated Choice Lip Lock (shared with Eminem) 8 Mile Won Choice Lip Lock (shared with Ashton Kutcher) Just Married Nominated 2005 Choice Movie Actress—Drama Little Black Book Nominated Young Artist Awards 1996 Best Professional Actress/Singer N/A Nominated Best Young Supporting Actress in a Feature Film Clueless Nominated 1999 Best Performance in a TV Movie/Pilot/Mini-Series or Series—Leading Young Actress David and Lisa Nominated 2000 Best Young Leading Actress in a Feature Film Girl, Interrupted Nominated

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