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Brittany Murphy was a rising star in Hollywood, but her tragic death raised many questions. Find out more about this intriguing story.

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What Happened, Brittany Murphy?
HBO

Title

What Happened, Brittany Murphy?

Year released

2021

Genres

Documentary , Crime

Classification

M
Adult Themes, Coarse Language, Sex

Synopsis

An in-depth, intimate character portrait exploring the life and career and mysterious circumstances surrounding the tragic death of 90’s actress and rising star, Brittany Murphy. The series goes beyond the conspiracy theories and headlines, featuring new interviews by those closest to Brittany and new archival footage.

Seasons

  • Season 1

Cast and crew

  • Shawn Levy
  • Brittany Murphy
  • Simon Monjack
  • Kathy Najimy
  • Lisa Rieffel
Directed by Emmy nominated Cynthia Hill, What Happened, Brittany Murphy? deals with the emergence of the captivating and popular actress and her untimely passing in 2009.

Murphy appeared in big hits such as 8 MileSin City and Clueless, all before she turned 25.

The documentary looks at the mysterious circumstances surrounding her death and provides archival footage and interviews with those closest to her.

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Darren Parkin is a writer for Finder. He has written match reports, feature articles, news stories and statistical reports for afl.com.au, The First Serve, SEN and the ABC. He is a qualified print and broadcast journalist with 12 years' experience covering a wide range of sports as well as mainstream news. He spends his spare time commentating on AFL games, tennis, soccer and more and has a passion for numbers. His sporting hero is Roger Federer. See full bio

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