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BRITTANY MURPHY (Gloria) most recently wrapped production in Tokyo on "The Ramen Girl,” a film in which she stars in and produced. She can next be seen in the British ensemble romantic comedy "Love and Other Disasters,” directed by Alec Keshishian and produced by David Fincher and Luc Besson, and the dark characterdriven mystery thriller "The Dead Girl.”

Earlier this summer, Murphy starred opposite Ed Burns in "The Groomsmen.” She also played the role of Shellie in the film adaptation of Frank Miller's graphic novel "Sin City,” directed by Miller, Robert Rodriguez, and Quentin Tarantino. Murphy will reprise the role in the upcoming sequel set for a 2007 release.

Murphy's more than 40 film credits also include such romantic comedies as "Little Black Book,” "Uptown Girls” and "Just Married,” and such dramatic features as Curtis Hanson's "8 Mile,” Gary Fleder's "Don't Say A Word,” "Riding in Cars with Boys,” "Spun,” "Sidewalks of New York” and "Girl, Interrupted.”

In 1995, she gained national attention with her breakthrough role as Tai Fraiser in Amy Heckerling's hit comedy "Clueless.” She also made her Broadway debut in Arthur Miller's Tony Award-winning "A View from the Bridge.” Some of her most notable TV appearances include the critically acclaimed "Oprah Winfrey Presents David & Lisa,” Showtime's "Common Ground” and "Devil's Arithmetic.” In addition to lighting up the silver screen, Murphy not only lent her voice to "Happy Feet” but will also give voice to the animated "Tinkerbell” for the first time in history. She won an Annie Award for her voice acting work as LuAnn in Mike Judges' "King of the Hill.”

Beyond film and television, Murphy's musical collaboration with Paul Oakenfeld, a hit song entitled "Faster Kill Pussycat,” recently topped the International Billboard dance charts.


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