The Bernal family were eager to have a fresh start in Canoga Park, Calif., but their home came with a tragic past.

In 1988, child star Judith Barsi and her mother were shot to death by Jozsef Barsi, her father, in a drunken rage, before he turned the gun on himself.

The 10-year-old, whose last credited role was that of voicing Anne-Marie in the 1989 animated film released posthumously titled “All Dogs Go to Heaven,” had previously appeared in the 1984 TV movie “Fatal Vision,” in which her character was slain by her father, a Green Beret.

The only child had also appeared in numerous television shows and about 50 commercials, according to the New York Times.

Judith Barsi, circa 1988. (Photo by Walt Disney Television via Getty Images)