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Brittany Murphy, 32, died early this morning, following a full cardiac arrest from which she could not be revived.TMZ reports that the 911 call was made at AM from an L. home listed as belonging to her husband, Simon Monjack. Also it’s Sunday Funday so we can’t put this story in the (almost done) Daily Fix. Brittany Murphy rocked this hot raspy voice and tough vulnerability that made her seem so fast and sexy all the time.
Murphy’s career began in the early 90’s with a string of TV spots including So wtf happened?
Something has always seemed a bit odd about Brittany Murphy’s death.
She was 32 years old and dropped dead at her house due to “pneumonia” and “drug interactions.” This in itself is odd, but couple that with the fact that her husband, Simon Monjack (age 40) died five months later in the house, with “pneumonia,” just like Brittany.
Her life was something of a soap opera, with tales of diva-like behaviour on and off set, and in the spotlight relationships with Ashton Kutcher, her co-star in the cliche-ridden Just Married, and broken engagements to best-boy grip Joe Macaluso and talent agent Jeff Kwatinetz, though she seemed to have found personal happiness after marrying the British screenwriter and producer Simon Monjack in 2007.
Born in Atlanta, Georgia, in 1977, she grew up with her mother in Edison, New Jersey, after her parents divorced when she was two.
When she shot three commecials – for Skittles, Pizza Hut, and Honey Bunches of Oats – in one day, her mother agreed that a move to Los Angeles would be ideal for the stage-struck teenager and packed everything to go with her.
In 1991, after one appearance in the Candice Bergen sitcom Murphy Brown, she landed a part in Drexell's Class, another sitcom in which she played the daughter of a corporate raider – Dabney Coleman, the moustachioed bully boss of Nine To Five fame – who becomes a school teacher to pay his debt to society and avoid a prison sentence.
Petite in stature, but blessed with a distinctive, husky voice, she made the most of voicing characters like Gloria the penguin in the computer-animated Happy Feet and Luanne, the Texas beauty-school hussy in the animated series King Of The Hill, Murphy was a versatile star and performer.
She topped the US Hot Dance Club Play charts and made the British Top Ten as guest vocalist on the heady, infectious, anthemic "Faster Kill Pussycat" created by the DJ-turned-producer Paul Oakenfold in 2006, the year readers of both FHM and Maxim put her among their 50 Sexiest/Hottest Women lists, but was equally at ease opening the Harrods Summer Sale last year.
Fourteen of Brittany Murphy's 34 films released to date were not shown on American cinema screens.
The data doesn't show how many films the actor made that were popular outside of the United States.
According to box office figures from the Internet Movie Database, Brittany Murphy's most successful film in box office terms was 2006's Happy Feet, an animation in which she voiced a singing penguin called Gloria; it had taken 7,992,827 at the American box office by May 2007.