Anne Heche

Mostly Credited As: Anne Heche
Birth Name: Anne Celeste Heche
Date Of Birth: May 25, 1969 (Age 47)
Country Of Birth: USA
Birth Place: Aurora, Ohio
Height: 5' 5" (1.65 m)

Anne Heche

Actress who is just as famous for her tumultuous off-screen private life than for anything she has done on-screen. Heche was an unknown actress best known for her stint on the daytime drama Another World when she began a three and a half year lesbian relationship with comic Ellen DeGeneres. This relationship increased Heche's visibility and she began receiving better film roles which many credited to her high profile relationship with DeGeneres instead of her talent. But her career took a nosedive and still hasn't really recovered following a bitter break-up with DeGeneres and several incidents which led to Heche spending some time in a mental institution. She married and had a child but this didn't last and a recurring role on the WB drama Everwood failed to re-ignite her career.

TV Appearances

Main cast 
Dig (2015)As: Lynn
The Michael J. Fox Show (2013)As: Susan Rodriguez-Jones
Save Me (2013)As: Beth Harper
Hung (2009)As: Jessica Haxon
Men in Trees (2006)As: Marin Frist
Another World (1964)As: Victoria Hudson Frame Harrison McKinnon (#3) / Marley Love Hudson McKinnon (#2) (1987-1991)
Episode Cast Credits 

Late Night with Seth Meyers (2014) 
  Tom Selleck, Anne Heche, Marlon James, Kate Pierson 02x30: (Mar/03/2015) As Herself, [Interviewees]

Chelsea Lately (2007) 
  Anne Heche, Chris Franjola, Claire Titelman, Brad Wollack 07x83: (Jun/04/2013) As Herself, [Interviewees]

The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson (2005) 
  Anne Heche, Jeff Garlin 09x88: (May/30/2013) As Herself, [Interviewees]
  Anne Heche, Deion Sanders, Clinton Jackson 04x61: (Apr/08/2008) As Herself 
  Anne Heche, Rain Pryor, Jeff Caldwell 02x184: (Nov/15/2006) As Herself 
  Nov 16, 2005 01x193: (Nov/16/2005) As Herself 

The Talk (2010) 
  Shemar Moore, Anne Heche, guest co-host Carnie Wilson 03x166: (May/20/2013) As Herself, [Interviewees]
  Season 3, Episode 29 03x29: (Oct/18/2012) As Herself, [Interviewees]

The Late Show with David Letterman (1993) 
  Anne Heche, Ken Burns, The Specials 17x190: (Aug/26/2010) As Herself, [Interviewees]
  Anne Heche, Sue Johanson, Mariza 15x23: (Oct/11/2007) As Herself 
  Anne Heche, Luke Ravenstahl, The Who 14x09: (Sep/14/2006) As Herself 
  Johnny Damon, Anne Heche, The Donnas 12x41: (Nov/01/2004) As Herself 

Live with Kelly (1983) 
  Jesse L. Martin; Anne Heche 27x247: (Aug/11/2009) As Herself 

Jimmy Kimmel Live (2003) 
  Anne Heche, Joel McHale, Coheed & Cambria 06x38: (Mar/05/2008) As Herself 
  Anne Heche, Tom Anderson, Q-Tip 05x143: (Oct/12/2007) As Herself 
  Anne Heche 04x155: (Oct/18/2006) As Herself 

The View (1997) 
  Anne Heche, Alan Greenspan, Andrea Mitchell 11x28: (Oct/11/2007) As Herself 
  Season 8, Episode 47 08x47: (Nov/02/2004) As Herself 
  Season 7, Episode 166 07x166: (Apr/22/2004) As Herself 
  Season 7, Episode 93 07x93: (Jan/09/2004) As Herself 

Superman (1996) (1996) 
  Superman: Doomsday (Sep/18/2007) Voiced  Lois Lane 

Masters of Science Fiction (2007) 
  Jerry Was a Man 01x03: (Aug/18/2007) As Mrs. Van Vogel 

The Megan Mullally Show (2006) 
  Rob Morrow, Rebecca Cole, Anne Heche, Joshua Bell 01x24: (Oct/19/2006) As Herself 

Good Morning America (1975) 
  Anne Heche, Stedman Graham, Isaac Mizrahi 32x14: (Sep/21/2006) As Herself 

Hallmark Hall Of Fame (1951) 
  Silver Bells 55x01: (Nov/27/2005) As Catherine Tierney 
  O Pioneers! 41x02: (Feb/02/1992) As Marie 

Nip/Tuck (2003) 
  Hannah Tedesco 03x09: (Nov/15/2005) As Nicole Morretti 
  Tommy Bolton 03x08: (Nov/08/2005) As Nicole Morretti 
  Ben White 03x07: (Nov/01/2005) As Nicole Morretti 

Everwood (2002) 
  Surprise 03x15: (Feb/14/2005) As Amanda Hayes 
  Since You've Been Gone 03x14: (Feb/07/2005) As Amanda Hayes 
  The Perfect Day 03x13: (Jan/31/2005) As Amanda Hayes 
  Giving Up the Girl 03x12: (Jan/24/2005) As Amanda Hayes 

Higglytown Heroes (2004) 
  Twinkle's Masterpiece / The Egg-cellent Adventure 01x13: (Jan/02/2005) Voiced  Waitress 

The Tony Danza Show (2004) (2004) 
  Paige Davis, Anne Heche, Lea Masters 01x46: (Nov/15/2004) As Herself 

Last Call with Carson Daly (2002) 
  Anne Heche, Joe Buck, J-KWON 03x50: (Apr/28/2004) As Herself 

Revealed with Jules Asner (2001) 
  Anne Heche 01x06: (Feb/13/2002) As Herself 

Ally McBeal (1997) 
  Falling Up 04x15: (Feb/26/2001) As Melanie West 
  Boys Town 04x14: (Feb/19/2001) As Melanie West 
  Reach Out And Touch 04x13: (Feb/12/2001) As Melanie West 
  Hats Off to Larry 04x12: (Feb/05/2001) As Melanie West 

Late Night with Conan O'Brien (1993) 
  Anne Heche, Ed Byrne, Bob Mccoy 05x132: (Jun/10/1998) As Herself, [Interviewees]

Ellen (1994) 
  All Ellen, All the Time 05x10: (Dec/03/1997) As Woman At Next Table, [Uncredited]

The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles (1992) 
  The Scandal of 1920, New York, July 1920 (2) 02x10: (Apr/03/1993) As Kate 
  The Scandal of 1920, New York, June 1920 (1) 02x09: (Apr/03/1993) As Kate 
Crew Credits

Show Crew

Save Me (2013)• Producer
Bad Judge (2014)• Creator
• Executive Producer

Episode Crew

Bad Judge (2014) (Credited in 1 episodes from this show) 
Pilot 01x01 Oct/02/2014 As: Story

She made her professional acting debut at the age of 18 playing “Marley Love Hudson McKinnon (aka Marnie Stone) #2” in the weekly TV Soap Drama series Another World in 1987 and she continued to play the role until 1991.

In 1999 Anne announced to the world that she was going to marry actress/comedian Ellen DeGeneres if and when Vermont legalized gay marriages.

In the year 2000 Anne and Ellen split up after living together for 3 ½ years.

On 1 September 2001 she married actor and camera operator “Coleman 'Coley' Laffoon”.

Three days after her marriage on 4 September 2001 her autobiography that she claims took her only 6 days to write titled Call Me Crazy was released to the public.

On 2 March 2002 Anne and her husband Coley had their very first baby and they named him “Homer Heche Laffoon”.

Anne is probably most remembered for playing the character “Amanda Hayes” in 10 separate episodes of the weekly TV Drama series “Everwood” between 2004 and 2005.

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