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Anne Heche - Wikipedia

Anne Heche - Wikipedia

Anne Celeste Hesch ( May 25, 1969 - August 11, 2022) was an American actress. She was best known for her role in the 1987-1991 soap opera She came to prominence in the late 1990s for her portrayal of twins Vicki Hudson and Marley Love in the soap opera Another World, for which she won two Daytime Emmy Awards and a Soap Opera Digest Award. (1997), the slasher film I Know What You Did Last Summer (1997), the political satire Wag the Dog (1997), the action comedy Six Days, Seven Nights (1998), and the drama thriller Return to Paradise (1998). He has also appeared in the drama thriller Return to Paradise (1998), which brought him even more attention.

After playing Marion Crane in Gus Van Sant's horror remake Psycho (1998), for which she was nominated for a Saturn Award, Hesch appeared in the drama Birth (2004), the sex comedy Spread (2009), the drama Rampart (2011), and the black comedy Catfight (2011). She began appearing in many well-received indie films, including the black comedy Catfight (2016). He received a Primetime Emmy nomination for his work in the TV movie "Gracie's Choice," and his work on Broadway, most notably his critically acclaimed Tony Award nomination for his revival of the stage production of "Twentieth Century."

In addition to her film roles, Hesch has starred in the comedy-drama television series Men in Trees (2006-2008), Hung (2009-2011), Save Me (2013), Aftermath (2016), and the military drama television series The Brave ( 2017), in which he starred. [9] He voiced Suyin Bifong in the animated television series The Legend of Korra (2014) and appeared as a contestant in the 29th season of Dancing with the Stars (2020).

Anne Heche - Childhood

Hesch was born on May 25, 1969, in Aurora, Ohio, the youngest of five children of Nancy Hesch (née Prickett) and Donald Joseph Hesch. Hesch's family moved 11 times during her childhood, living in an Amish community for a time She lived in an Amish community at one point.  Asked in a 2001 interview on Larry King Live about her father's source of income, Hesch replied, "Well, he was a choir director. But I think his weekly salary was small. He said he was involved in the gas and oil business, and he said that until the day he died, but he was never involved in the gas or oil business." The family moved to Ocean City, New Jersey when Hesch was 12. The family struggled to make ends meet, so he began working at a dinner theater in Swainton. He said, "At the time, I was kicked out of my house, and my family lived in the bedroom of a generous family from church," and "I was getting $100 a week, which was more than anyone else in the family." He said, "I was getting paid $500 a week, which was more than anyone else in the family. I saved the money in an envelope in a drawer so I could move out a year later."

Death Car Accident

On August 5, 2022, Hesch was involved in a series of three car crashes in the Malvista neighborhood of Los Angeles, with the last crash being the most serious, seriously injuring Hesch and destroying her home. The first crash occurred when her car crashed into the garage of an apartment building, causing minor injuries The video released by TMZ shows her vehicle, a Mini Clubman, at the scene of the accident and an unidentified man yelling at the driver, "Get out of the car!" repeatedly yelling at the driver. The vehicle then reversed and left the scene of the accident; a photo of the driver, also released by TMZ, has been identified as Anne Hesch; TMZ also reported a second hit-and-run in which Hesch's car failed to stop and struck a Jaguar, though the other driver was not injured. In the accompanying video, a Mini Clubman speeds down an alley and nearly hits a pedestrian. In the doorbell video recorded just before the last accident, Hesch's car can be seen driving at a very high speed down a neighborhood street, and a few seconds later a crash is heard.