Brittany Murphy Net Worth

How much is Brittany Murphy worth?

Net Worth:$10 Million
Date of Birth:November 10, 1977
Date of Death:December 20, 2009 (32 years old)
Height:1.6 m, 5 ft 2 in
Profession:Movie Actress
Brittany Murphy Net Worth:
$10 Million

Brittany was born November 10, 1977 in Atlanta, Georgia and died on December 20, 2009 after she was spotted on several public actions after obvious dramatic weight loss. Her famous movies include 8 Mile, Just Married, and The Ramen Girl. She was married to Simon Monjack since 2007. Brittany posed for many magazine cover pages and even modeled for men’s magazine Maxim. Their photos tend to be very revealing and this was no different. She showed her slim measurements for example in black lace panties and black satin push up bra.

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Actor Brittany Murphy has a networth that has to be considered pretty high.


Brittany Murphy began her career in 1997 with a debut in Broadway with Arthur Miller’s, “A View from the Bridge”. At 13 years of age, she got her first role in Hollywood, which was in the TV series, “Drexell’s Class”. She then guest-starred in several TV series including, “seaQuest 2032”, “Murder One”, “Frasier” and more. Her breakthrough role came in her second film which was American teen comedy “Clueless” (1995) which brought her a huge following and recognition.

Personal Life

Brittany Murphy was once engaged to talent manager, Jeff Kwatinetz. She then dated the popular American actor, Ashton Kutcher for a brief period. In December of 2005, she got engaged to Joe Macaluso, but they soon ended their engagement in August of 2006. In May of 2007, she married the popular British screenwriter, Simon Monjack in Los Angeles until her death on the 20th of December 2009 at the hands of pneumonia.

Inspirational Quotes by Brittany Murphy

After a breakup, it takes a couple weeks for the fog to settle, but it's always a period of self-priority and growth. Life presents you with so many decisions. A lot of times, they're right in front of your face and they're really difficult, but we must make them.

Brittany Murphy

I find this life so interesting.

Brittany Murphy

I think they should take everyone who works for The National Enquirer and the Star, and everyone who works for Us Weekly, and put them all to work looking for terrorists. I think they would find the terrorists. All of them. It would be genius!

Brittany Murphy

Sticking to your values, listening to your instincts, making your own choices is so important.

Brittany Murphy

I can play any instrument if you give me 20 minutes.

Brittany Murphy