Anne Heche

Anne Heche is an Emmy and Tony award nominated actress, writer and director who has had notable appearances in film, TV and on stage in a career that spans 25 years, thus far.

Anne made her Broadway debut in 2002 in the Tony Award-winning play Proof, which became one of the longest running non-musical plays. Two years later, Anne returned to Broadway in the Roundabout Theater stage production of Twentieth Century in 2004, where her performance opposite Alec Baldwin earned her a Tony Award nomination for Best Lead Actress in a Play.

Some of Anne's film credits include: the action thriller, Wild Card (Lionsgate), the independent film Black November (eOne Films) and the dark comedy Arthur Newman opposite Colin Firth and Emily Blunt.

Anne has also made waves on television as an actress, producer and writer. In 2015, Heche starred in USA Network's event series DIG, which was produced by the creators of Heroes and Homeland. In 2014, Heche starred in One Christmas Eve, which became the Hallmark Channel's highest rated Hall of Fame movie for the cable network. Also in 2014, she created the television show Bad Judge starring Kate Walsh. Anne produced this NBC series alongside Will Ferrell, Adam McKay, and Jill Messick. Anne wrote and directed the short feature Reaching Normal for Showtime's "First Director Series", as well as If These Walls Could Talk II.

Her most recent projects are several films including the indie feature Catfight, co-starring Sandra Oh; the military thriller Temple co-starring Wesley Snipes; and The Last Word, a comedy in which Heche stars alongside Amanda Seyfried and Shirley MacLaine and the haunting drama My Friend Dahmer starring Vincent Kartheiser.

Anne lives in Los Angeles with her family.

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