Video Game Casting Director Fatally Struck In Playa Del Rey Hit-And-Run

PLAYA DEL REY (CBS) — A well-known video game casting director was fatally struck by a car in Playa Del Rey Wednesday, police said.

Brigitte Burdine, 48, was a pedestrian on Culver Boulevard when she was hit, according to authorities.

The crash took place at 1:50 a.m. at Culver and Jefferson boulevards, Officer Carl Lurvey of the Los Angeles Police Department’s West Traffic Division said.

No one had been arrested or cited. The driver, in a dark sedan, took off immediately after the crash.

Police say the driver fled without offering any help or assistance.

The car is believed to have front end damage.

Anyone with information about the car or incident is being asked to call investigator Martha Dominguez at (213) 473-0234.

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One Comment

  1. sarah says:

    what was she doing walking the streets at 1 50 am?

    1. Mel Gibson says:

      Have you ever heard of Homeless as In “HOMELESS”??

      1. barbwire7 says:

        Did you read anything in this article, other than the first comment? She was a well known, highly respected casting director. Unfortunately, she may have met someone and had a disagreement, which ended in her leaving. She crossed the street and was killed. She was absolutely beautiful, and had more friends than you will ever have in your lifetime. The service was held at the House of Blues, where approx. 400 friends and family attended. Channel 7 news was there.. What an ignorant person you are. She was a gracilous an beautiful person, not only outside, but to her core. Show some respect. We loved her very much.

    2. Stacey Bridgefield says:

      She was leaving a restaurant. Look at the other news articles about this incident.

  2. Barbi Winters says:

    You should look at some other articles about Brigitte. She was loved so very much, by so many people. A show of 400 people at her service barely scratched the surface of the number of people who’s lives she touched. She was unique. Anyone of you commenting in a stupid way, would have been lucky to have known her.

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