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Anne Heche

Knowledge Identifier: +Anne_Heche


Anne Heche

American actress add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1969.

Countries: United States (59%), (22%), Canada (6%)

Main connections: Syfy, Vince Vaughn, Alec Baldwin

Linked to:, NBC, Toyota, USA Network




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Anne Heche was born in 1969 add something


On March 3, 1983, when Heche was thirteen, her 45-year-old father died of AIDS, although he never came out as a homosexual add something


In 1985, when Heche was sixteen, an agent spotted her in a school play and secured her an audition for the daytime soap opera "As the World Turns" add something


Shortly before her high school graduation in 1987, Heche was offered a dual role on the daytime soap opera "Another World" add something


For her work on "Another World", Heche received a Daytime Emmy Award in 1991 for Outstanding Younger Actress in a Drama Series add something


In November 1991, Heche made her primetime television debut in an episode of "Murphy Brown" add something


In 1993, Heche made her feature film debut in Disney's "The Adventures of Huck Finn" with Elijah Wood add something


In 1996, Heche landed her first substantial role as a college student contemplating an abortion in a segment of the made-for-cable anthology film "If These Walls Could Talk" add something


For her performance as Johnny Depp's wife in the 1997 crime drama "Donnie Brasco", critic Janet Maslin of the "New York Times" wrote "Anne Heche does well with what could have been the thankless role add something


The couple started dating in 1997, and at one point, said they would get a civil union if such became legal in Vermont add something


Between 1998 and 2002, Heche appeared in the critically lambasted remake of "Psycho", the unreleased adaptation of Elizabeth Wurtzel's autobiography "Prozac Nation" with Christina Ricci, and the Denzel Washington thriller "John Q" add something


Heche was chosen by "People" magazine as one of the 50 most beautiful people in the world in 1998 add something


Heche's first high-profile role came in the 1998 romantic adventure "Six Days Seven Nights", where she starred opposite Harrison Ford add something


June 11, 1998 The remainder of Heche's family subsequently relocated to Chicago, where Heche attended the progressive Francis W. Parker School add something


David Conrad - Conrad went on to appear in the 1998 film "Return to Paradise" with Vince Vaughn and Anne Heche


Vince Vaughn - In 1998, he starred in the critically acclaimed drama "Return to Paradise" with Anne Heche


On August 19, 2000, Heche drove from Los Angeles to Cantua Creek, a rural area outside Fresno, California, and parked her Toyota SUV along a dusty roadside add something


In 2001, she had a recurring role in the fourth season of the TV series "Ally McBeal" add something


In a series of interviews with Barbara Walters, Matt Lauer, and Larry King to promote "Call Me Crazy" in 2001, Heche stated on national television that she created a fantasy world called the "Fourth Dimension" to make herself feel safe, and had an alter ego who was the daughter of God and half-sister of Jesus Christ named "Celestia", who had contacts with extraterrestrial life forms add something


When asked "But why would a gay man rape a girl-", in a 2001 interview with "The Advocate", Heche replied "I don't think he was just a gay man add something


When asked in a 2001 interview on "Larry King Live" what her father's source of income was, Heche replied, "Well, he was a choir director add something


"ABC News" In her 2001 memoir, "Call Me Crazy", Heche wrote that when she contracted genital herpes as an infant, her mother insisted that it was a diaper rash and refused to take her to the doctor add something


On September 1, 2001, Heche married Coleman "Coley" Laffoon, a cameraman who she met the previous year on DeGeneres' stand-up comedy tour add something


In 2002, Heche made her Broadway debut in a production of the Pulitzer Prize-winning drama "Proof" add something


Neil Patrick Harris - In 2002, he performed beside Anne Heche in "Proof"


In 2004, Heche received a Primetime Emmy Award nomination as Best Supporting Actress for her performance in the Lifetime movie "Gracie's Choice", and a Saturn Award nomination as Best Actress for her performance in the CBS television movie "The Dead Will Tell" add something


Alec Baldwin - In 2004, Baldwin starred in a revival of "Twentieth Century" with Anne Heche


In 2006, Heche began work on her own series, "Men in Trees" add something


Laffoon filed for divorce on February 2, 2007, after five and a half years of marriage add something


Heche lost custody of their son on June 11, 2007 add something


The couple moved in together in August 2007 add something


Shiri Appleby - In 2007, she appeared in the movie "What Love Is" alongside Cuba Gooding Jr., Matthew Lillard and Anne Heche


On December 5, 2008, it was confirmed by Heche's representative that the actress was pregnant with Tupper's child add something


In 2009, Heche was cast in the HBO series "Hung" as the ex-wife of a financially struggling high school basketball/baseball coach add something


She appeared in "Spread", a sex comedy starring Ashton Kutcher released in 2009, which came out in a limited release and with negative reviews, however, Matthew Turney of "View London" wrote "There's terrific support" from Heche add something


Heche and Laffoon's contentious divorce was finalized on March 4, 2009 add something


Their son, Atlas Heche Tupper, was born on March 7, 2009 add something


In 2011, Heche told "The Daily Telegraph" that she doubts she will be able to ever repair relations with her mother, but that she had reconciled with Abigail after two decades of estrangement add something


In early 2011, she appeared in "Cedar Rapids", which was screened at the Sundance Film Festival add something


The series was canceled in December 2011 add something


Stephen Gyllenhaal - In 2011 Gyllenhaal directed "Girl Fight" which starred Anne Heche and earned Gyllenhaal a DGA Nomination for outstanding directorial achievement in movies for television


Ethan Erickson - In 2011, Erickson worked with Anne Heche and Eriq LaSalle on the mini-series, "Blackout


Heche had a leading role in the independent comedy film "That's What She Said", which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in 2012 add something


In March 2014, the USA Network announced Heche has been cast in its upcoming action adventure drama series, "Dig" add something


In 2015, Heche guest starred in the ABC thriller series "Quantico" playing the role of Dr. Susan Langdon add something


As of autumn 2016, she plays the female lead in the Space and Syfy post-apocalyptic action drama "Aftermath" add something


On September 27, 2016, the British Columbia, Canada-produced, post-apocalyptic action drama "Aftermath" debuted on the Space TV network in Canada and on Syfy in the U.S. Heche has the female lead of Karen Copeland in the 13-episode family-oriented, sci-fi thriller add something


Dave Annable - On April 5, 2016, it was announced that Annable joined the WWE Studio action film "Temple" alongside Wesley Snipes and Anne Heche


In 2017, Heche hosted a weekly radio show on SiriusXM with Jason Ellis entitled "Love and Hache add something


On September 25, 2017, Heche debuted as Deputy Director Patricia Campbell of the Defense Intelligence Agency, or the "DIA," in the new military/espionage thriller "The Brave" add something


Premiering September 25, 2017, Anne is now the series lead in the new 2017-18 NBC military drama "The Brave" add something


In 2018, she joined the TV show "Chicago P.D." in a supporting role add something