Anne Heche

January 23, 2011 by Post Team 

Anne Heche, Anne Celeste Heche (born May 25, 1969) is an American actress, director and screenwriter. Heche was born in Miami, Florida, daughter of Nancy (nee Prickett) and Donald Heche Joe. [1] His father was an organist, church founder, Baptist minister and choir director. [2] In her book, Call Me Crazy, she claimed that her father molested during her childhood, giving him herpes simplex. Her father later disclosed her hmosxlity to her family before dying of AIDS in 1983. In the same year, Heche’s older brother Nate, who was also an actor, was killed in a car accident a few months before her graduation from high school [3]. Heche is a noted actress in the progressive Francis W. Parker School in Chicago, and Bunche Parksoap opera As the World Turns offered her a contract in 1985, when she was 16. However, she and her mother felt it is better that she finish high school first.
Immediately after graduating from high school, Heche landed her first major TV role, that of good and evil twins Vicky and Marley in the NBC soap opera Another World. Heche won Daytime Emmy and Soap Opera Digest Awards. Heche recorded her final episode of Another World in 1991 and the following year made her TV movie debut alongside Jessica Lange in the Golden Globe-nominated adaptation of Willa Cather’s O Pioneers. She made her feature debut as Mary Jane Wilks in The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (1993) and gradually a more important role in I’ll Do Anything (1994) and television Against the Wall (1994) and Kingfish: A Story of Huey Long (1995), playing the mistress of Huey Long.

His breakthrough role was that of a friend of Demi Moore character, who is the victim of a hired killer in the thriller The Juror (1996). She appeared alongside Jada Pinkett Smith and Cher in the controversial abortion drama If These Walls Could Talk (1996). She went on to appear in the acclaimed indie Walking and Talking (1996) before appearing opposite Johnny Depp in Donnie Brasco (1997), the wife of an FBI agent whose work intensively monitored as infiltrated Mafia threatens to destroy her own life and family. Heche was then teamed with Tommy Lee Jones in the movie Volcano Disaster (1997) and continues its ascent with a good look round as presidential adviser, political satire Wag the Dog (1997). She appeared in the horror film I Know What You Did Last Summer (1997) and reply to Harrison Ford in the romantic adventure Six Days, Seven Nights (1998). In 1998, she played Marion Crane as opposite Vince Vaughn in the remake of Psycho poorly received (1998). In 1999, she played the daughter of a skeptical woman proposed as a candidate for sainthood in the third miracle. Heche wrote and directed the Emmy HBO If These Walls Could Talk 2 (2000).

In 2001, Heche has published the memoirs Call Me Crazy. [Citation needed] She had appeared in the Denzel Washington thriller John Q and also played Dr. Sterling in the adaptation of the long delay Nation Elizabeth Wurtzel’s best-selling Prozac (2001). She had a recurring role on the hit series Ally McBeal as the eccentric soul mate of John Cage during the 2000-01 season. Heche starred in the drama Pulitzer Prize-winning Proof on Broadway. In 2004, Heche received an Emmy nomination for playing a drug-addicted mother who neglects her children in the choice of film to life Gracie (2004). She stars alongside Nicole Kidman in the well-received independent film of birth and also appeared in a recurring role on the WB drama Everwood before returning to Broadway, where she was nominated for a Tony Award for a revival of the twentieth century, opposite Alec Baldwin. She then took a recurring role on Nip / Tuck in 2005 as a wife and ex-mob witness protection issue that requires plastic surgery. The following autumn, she was headlining her show in prime time, the ABC dramedy Men in trees where she played as a living being transplanted New York author in a small town in Alaska which happens to be abundant with single men and few women. Men in Trees were canceled in May 2008 after a season shortened by the writers strike. His most recent film is spread, a comedy co-starring Ashton Kutcher sex published in 2009.

Heche is currently playing in New HBO Series Hung, a dark comedy that focuses on a basketball school well equipped but poorly / baseball coach. Thomas Jane plays the main character, Ray. Heche plays Ray ex-wife, who is remarried. The actress replaces Kristin Bauer, who played the role in the pilot.

In early 1990, Heche dated two costars Richard Burgi Another World and David Forsyth. [4] She also dated musician Lindsey Buckingham of Fleetwood Mac for a year in the early 1990s. [Citation needed] Heche comedian Steve Martin, 24, her seniors for two years. She has a reputation as the basis for the Heather Graham character in Bowfinger, even if she denies Martin [5].

Heche same-sex relationship with comedian Ellen DeGeneres and the events following their breakup became subjects of widespread media interest. [Citation needed] The couple began dating in 1997 shortly after the famous “Puppy Episode” of Ellen DeGeneres’ sitcom. At one point, both said they would get a civil union if such became legal in Vermont. They also worked on film and television projects together. They broke up in August 2000.

Shortly after the split, Heche began dating cameraman Coley Laffoon, whom she met while Laffoon was filming a comedy special for DeGeneres. They were married on September 1, 2001. Their son, Homer, was born six months later, on March 2, 2002. The couple formally separated in late January 2007. [6] Laffoon filed for divorce Feb. 2, 2007. [7] After a legal battle to longstanding marital and child support, and Heche Laffoon reached a divorce settlement on March 4, 2009 [4]. [8] [9] In 2009, a court order was issued requiring Heche Laffoon and engage in a “parenting coordinator” to manage their relations with the son of Homer. This provision will remain in effect until May 1, 2011. [10] [11]

Sources indicate that Heche left her husband for Men in Trees costar James Tupper. [12] The couple reportedly moved in together in August 2007 [13]. Their son, Atlas Heche, Tupper was born on the weekend of March 7-8, 2009 [14].

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