American actress, writer, director, and producer Anne Heche has a net worth of $4 million. Heche has more than 80 acting credits to her name, including the films “Volcano” (1997), “Six Days, Seven Nights” (1998), “Psycho” (1998), “John Q.” (2002), “Cedar Rapids” (2011), and “My Friend Dahmer (2017) and the television series “Another World” (1987–1991), “Ally McBeal” (2001), “Everwood” (2004–2005), “Save Me” (2013), and “The Brave” (2017–2018). (2017–2018).
Anne played Marin Frist on ABC’s “Men in Trees” (2006–2008) and Jessica Haxon on HBO’s “Hung” (2009–2011), and in 2020, she competed on “Dancing with the Stars,” finishing in 13th place. Heche co-created and executive produced the NBC sitcom “Bad Judge,” which ran from 2014 to 2015, and she wrote and directed the short film “Stripping for Jesus” (1998), the “2000” segment of the TV movie “If These Walls Could Talk 2” (2000), and the “Reaching Normal” segment of the TV movie “On the Edge” (2001).
In addition to her NBC sitcom “Save Me,” she directed and produced the documentary “Ellen DeGeneres: American Summer” (2001) and the television movie “The Dead Will Tell” (2004). Anne’s Broadway credits include “Proof” (2002–2003) and “Twentieth Century” (2004), the latter of which garnered her a nomination for a Tony Award as Best Actress in a Play. In 2001, Heche published the book “Call Me Crazy: A Memoir.”
Is Anne Heche Transgender?
Page Six and every magazine at the supermarket checkout featured stories about her unexpected romance with Ellen DeGeneres.
Their breakup in 2000 didn’t stop the rumors.
Despite Heche’s self-described sexual openness, she was criticized by members of the LGBTQ community and beyond when she began dating men again.
Michael Musto’s “La Dolce Musto” column was featured in the New York City newspaper The Village Voice from 1984 to 2013.
His mind frequently wandered to the shady friends in Hollywood’s gay subculture. But in 2018, for NewNowNext, the 65-year-old journalist sincerely apologized to Heche in an open letter for his treatment of her during and after her relationship with Ellen DeGeneres.
After Heche and DeGeneres’ breakup, he made some harsh comments about the guy she was seeing.
Anne Heche’s Birthdate Is May 25, 1969, and She Was Born as Anne Celeste Heche in Aurora, Ohio. She Had Three Older Brothers and A Sister Before She Was Born, but Her Sister Cynthia Died Two Months Old from A Heart Defect.
Her Parents, Nancy and Donald, Raised the Rest of The Family. Anne’s Family Moved Nearly a Dozen Times While She Was Growing Up. to Larry King in 2001, Heche Said of Her Father, “I Don’t Think He Made Much on That a Week.”
Her Father Was a Choir Director. He Claimed to Have Something to Do with The Gas and Oil Industry. and He Kept Saying It Right up Until He Passed Away. to The Contrary, He Has Never Worked in The Oil and Gas Industry.
when Anne Was 12 Years Old, Her Family Finally Settled in New Jersey, Renting a Room from A Church Family. to Help Her Family Get on Their Feet, Heche Took a Job at A Swainton Dinner Theater.
Anne’s Dad, Who Was 45 when He Died of Aids in March 1983. Heche Claims Her Father Raped Her Repeatedly from The Time She Was a Baby until She Was 12 Years Old, and That He Also Transmitted Genital Herpes to Her.
Anne’s Brother Nathan, Age 18, Died Three Months After Donald’s Passing when He Allegedly Nodded Off Behind the Wheel and Crashed Into a Tree. Later, Heche and Her Family Settled in Chicago, Where She Enrolled at Francis W. Parker School.
when She Was 16 Years Old, Anne Auditioned for The Soap Opera “as the World Turns” After an Agent Saw Her in A School Play. the Job Was Open to Heche, but Her Mother Insisted that She Finish High School First. She Was Offered the Parts of Vicky Hudson and Marley Love on “Another World” Right Before She Graduated in 1987.
Anne Starred in More than 70 Episodes of “Another World” Between 1987 and 1991 and Was Nominated for A Daytime Emmy for Her Work. Guest-Starring on “Murphy Brown” (1991) and “the Young Indiana Jones Chronicles” (1993), as well as “o Pioneers!” (1992), “against the Wall” (1994), and “girls in Prison” (1994) for Television and “an Ambush of Ghosts” (1993), “The Adventures of Huck Finn” (1993), “I’ll Do Anything” (1994), “a Simple Twist of Fate” (1994), and “milk (1994).
She First Appeared in The 1996 Hbo Film if These Walls Could Talk Alongside Cher and Demi Moore, and Then Went on To Star in The 1997 Films Donnie Brasco, I Know What You Did Last Summer, Wag the Dog, and Return to Paradise (1998). Anne Starred Alongside Harrison Ford in “six Days, Seven Nights” (1998), and She Played Marion Crane in Gus Van Sant’s Remake of Alfred Hitchcock’s “psycho” (also from 1998).
She Was Nominated for A Primetime Emmy for Her Performance in The Tv Movie “Gracie’s Choice,” Which Aired in 2004, and She Had a Recurring Role as Melanie West on The Fox Sitcom “ally Mc Beal” in 2001. She voiced Lois Lane in “Superman: Doomsday” and Appeared in The Films “Prozac Nation” (2001), “birth” (2004), “what Love Is” (2007), and “toxic Skies” (2008). (2007).
Anne Starred Alongside Denzel Washington in The 2002 Film “john Q.,” and She Had a Recurring Role as Amanda Hayes on The 2004–2005 Season of The Television Series “Everwood” on The Web.
She First Gained Prominence in 2006 as The Lead of The 36-Episode, Two-Season Drama “Men in Trees,” and Later Appeared in All 30 Episodes of The Thomas Jane Series “hung” Alongside Jane.
Heche Made an Uncredited Appearance in The 2010 Will Ferrell–Mark Wahlberg Comedy the Other Guys and Has Since Then Starred in The Films Rampart (2011), That’s What She Said (2012), Black November (2012), Arthur Newman (2012), and Nothing Left to Fear (2013), as well as Guest-Starring on The Sitcom, Save Me (2013) Beth Harper.