Brittany Murphy was an American actress as well as singer. Following appearance in the Broadway play ‘A View from the Bridge’ (1997), she had her first main Hollywood role in the drama 'Drexell's Class' (1991–92). This was followed by her roles in the series 'Almost Home' (1993) and 'Sister, Sister' (1994–95) which raised her popularity among the masses.
Her biggest TV role was as a voice actress in 'King of the Hill' (1997-2009). She also starred in the TV movies 'Double Jeopardy' (1996), 'Common Ground' (2000), 'Tribute' (2009) and 'Megafault' (2009).
During her lifetime, Murphy also acted in numerous hit films including 'Clueless' (1995), '8 Mile' (2002), 'Just Married' (2003), 'Sin City' (2005) and 'Happy Feet' (2006). She also gave several flops such as 'Bongwater' (1997), 'Summer Catch' (2001), 'Riding in Cars with Boys' (2001), 'Spun' (2002) and 'Little Black Book' (2004).