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BRITTANY MURPHY (Stacy) continues to be one of Hollywood's most sought after and engaging young actresses. She was most recently seen in Uptown Girls, in which she played Molly Gunn, a New York socialite who takes a job as a nanny to regain the respect of her boyfriend. 

Murphy also recently appeared in the hit romantic comedy Just Married, Curtis Hanson's 8 Mile opposite Eminem and the ensemble film Spun directed by Jonas Akerlund.

Murphy has also starred in Ed Burns' ensemble drama Sidewalks of New York, Penny Marshall's Riding in Cars with Boys opposite Drew Barrymore and Gary Fleder's Don't Say A Word opposite Michael Douglas.

Murphy starred alongside Winona Ryder and Angelina Jolie in Girl, Interrupted and in Alan Rudolph's Trixie opposite Emily Watson. She gained national attention from her breakthrough role as "Tai Frasier” in the box office smash Clueless. Her additional credits include Summer Catch, Drop Dead Gorgeous and Cherry Falls. 

On television, Murphy starred opposite Lukas Haas and Sidney Poiter in Harpo Productions' "David and Lisa,” Showtime's critically acclaimed "Devil's Arithmetic” opposite Kirsten Dunst and Showtime's "Common Ground.” Her talent for voices and accents can be heard each week on Fox-TV's animated comedy ‘King of the Hill,” as she gives life to "LuAnn” and "Joseph” on the hit series. 

Murphy performed on Broadway with Allison Janney in Arthur Miller's Tony Award-winning "A View From the Bridge” directed by Michael Mayer. 

Born and raised in New Jersey, Murphy currently resides in Los Angeles.

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