Brittany

Brittany Murphy, who starred in such films as Just Married and Uptown Girls but saw her fortunes fade in recent years, died on December 20, 2009 after going into cardiac arrest. (Credit: SkinnyVScurvy.com)

Brittany Murphy died early Sunday morning after she went into full cardiac arrest and could not be revived, according to news reports.

The actress, who was famous for her roles in movies like Clueless, Girl, Interrupted, 8 Mile, Sin City and Riding in Cars with Boys, died at the age of 32.

According to TMZ, a 911 call was made at 8:00 AM from a home in Los Angeles that is listed as belonging to her husband, Simon Monjack, the Los Angeles City Fire Department said. 

Foul play is not suspected at this time because there were no outward signs of trauma or other injuries, Capt. John Kades told People magazine.

Capt. Kades also said that a toxicology test will be conducted to test if there was any trace of alcohol or drugs in her system at the time of death, but the results will not be available for weeks.

I always felt connected to her as we shared a very special experience in our lives together, Clueless co-star, Alicia Silverstone, told People magazine.

I feel love in my heart for her — and hope she is at peace. This is truly sad ... I loved working with Brittany. She was so talented, so warm and so sweet.

Musician Josh Groban wrote on Twiiter: Hollywood loses another bright soul. ... How many more? he asked. A decade of decadence and devastation. Time to wake up.