Anne Heche List Of Movies And Tv Shows – Everything You Need To Know!

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About Anne Heche

American actress Anne Celeste Heche passed away on August 11, 2022 (born May 25, 1969). She originally gained notoriety playing twins Vicky Hudson and Marley Love on the soap opera Another World (1987–1991), for which she was honored with two Soap Opera Digest Awards and a Daytime Emmy. With parts in the crime drama Donnie Brasco (1997), the disaster movie Volcano (1997), the slasher movie I Know What You Did Last Summer (1997), the political satire movie Wag the Dog (1997), the action comedy movie Six Days, Seven Nights (1998), and the drama-thriller movie Return to Paradise, she rose to greater fame in the late 1990s (1998).

After receiving a Saturn Award nomination for her performance as Marion Crane in Gus Van Sant’s horror remake Psycho (1998), Heche went on to play supporting roles in a number of well-regarded independent movies, including Birth (2004), Spread (2009), Cedar Rapids (2011), Rampart (2011), and Catfight (2012). (2016). She was praised for her performance on Broadway, particularly in a revival of the play Twentieth Century, for which she received a Tony Award nomination, and for her part in the television movie Gracie’s Choice, for which she received a Primetime Emmy Award nomination.

Heche has also been in several television series, including Men in Trees (2006–2008), Hung (2009–2011), Save Me (2013), Aftermath (2016), and The Brave (a military drama) (2017). She participated as a participant in the 29th season of Dancing with the Stars and provided the voice of Suyin Beifong in the animated television series The Legend of Korra (2014). (2020).

Anne Heche Career

On the soap opera Another World, Heche made her acting debut in the dual roles of twins Vicky Hudson and Marley Love. Heche continued to make appearances on the show for nearly 4 years, from 1987 to 1991. Numerous awards, including the 1991 Daytime Emmy for Outstanding Younger Actress in a Drama Series, were given to her for her role in Another World.

Heche had no other on-screen roles at that period on the soap opera, and she had no acting assignments lined up when she made the decision to quit, so she was unsure about her acting future after leaving Another World. She knew she didn’t want to continue performing in soap operas because they were seen as being quite minor in the greater area of professional acting. As a backup, she applied to the Parsons School of Design in New York City and got admitted.

However, not long after submitting her application to design school, she was granted a small supporting role in the Jessica Lange-starring Hallmark Hall of Fame television movie adaptation of Willa Cather’s novel O Pioneers! Heche chose to take up that offer as opposed to enrolling in design school and pursuing her performing career.

She found out that Another World had been awarded a Daytime Emmy while she was in Nebraska filming O Pioneers! She called her agency and said, “Does this mean I’m an actress?” after hearing the news. She followed the agent’s advice and relocated from New York City to Los Angeles a few days after the movie’s filming wrapped up. O Pioneers!, her debut TV film, would air in February 1992. The critics gave her performance some positive feedback. After completing O Pioneers, she made a cameo in an episode of Murphy Brown!

This episode, which was filmed after O Pioneers! but didn’t air until November 1991, marked her first appearance on primetime television. She also made her first appearance outside of Another World at this time. She largely refrained from doing TV guest parts until the 2000s because she thought her appearance on Murphy Brown would hurt her chances of landing a long-term employment.

Heche performed in two plays staged as part of the Mark Taper Forum-sponsored “Sundays at the Itchey Foot” series: the Generation X slice-of-life piece “Us & Them” and the stage adaptation of the James M. Cain novels Dead Man and The Baby in the Icebox, “Getting Away With Murder.”

Early in 1993, Heche made her theatrical film debut in the obscure independent film An Ambush of Ghosts, directed by Everett Lewis.

She subsequently acted alongside Elijah Wood in The Adventures of Huck Finn, a Disney film. Over the course of the next two years, she mostly played minor supporting roles in movies like A Simple Twist of Fate (1994) and cable television shows like Girls in Prison (1994) and Kingfish: A Story of Huey P. Long (1994). (1995).

She shared the lead part in Donald Cammell’s erotic thriller Wild Side (1995) with Christopher Walken and Joan Chen, albeit she wasn’t awarded the lead credit. The dramatic lesbian sex scene between Heche and Chen in the film contributed to the film’s relative notoriety. Heche portrayed the major role of a college student debating an abortion in a 1996 installment of the made-for-HBO anthology film If These Walls Could Talk, which also starred Cher and Demi Moore.

She acted alongside Catherine Keener as childhood best friends in the indie movie Walking and Talking. On Entertainment Weekly’s list of the “Top 50 Cult Films of All-Time,” the restricted-release film earned favorable reviews from critics and is placed number 47. Alison Macor, a critic for the Austin Chronicle, praised Heche and said in her review that she “is destined for larger film parts.”

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Anne Heche Movies and TV shows

—  Supercell as Dr Quinn Brody
—  Full Ride
—  Chasing Nightmares as Claire
2022 – What Remains as Maureen
2022 – Girl in Room 13 as Janie
2022 – Hardboiled as Olive
2022 – Wildfire: The Legend of the Cherokee Ghost Horse as Diana Jones
2021  -13 Minutes as Tammy
2020  -The Vanished as Wendy
2019  -The Best of Enemies as Mary Ellis
2017  -My Friend Dahmer as Joyce Dahmer
2017  -The Brave (13 episodes) as Patricia Campbell
2017  -Armed Response as Riley
2017  -The Last Word as Elizabeth
2017  -Catfight as Ashley
2016  -Looks Like Christmas as Carol Montgomery
2016  -Aftermath (13 episodes) as Karen Copeland
2016  -Opening Night as Brooke
2015  -One Christmas Eve as Nell Blakemore
2015  -Dig (10 episodes) as Lynn Monahan
2015  -Wild Card as Roxy
2013  -The Michael J. Fox Show (4 episodes)
2013  -Nothing Left to Fear as Wendy
2013  -Save Me (7 episodes) as Beth Harper
2012  -Black November as Barbara
2012  -Blackout as Dr. Debra Westen
2012  -That’s What She Said as Dee Dee
2012 -Arthur Newman as Mina Crawley
2011  -Rampart as Catherine
2011  -Girl Fight as Melissa
2011  -Blackout (2 episodes) as Dr. Debra Westen
2011  -Cedar Rapids as Joan Ostrowski-Fox
2011  -Silent Witness as Kate Robb
2010  -The Other Guys as Pamela Boardman
2009 – Hung (30 episodes) as Jessica Haxon
2009 – Spread as Samantha
2008 – Toxic Skies as Dr. Tess Martin
2008 – The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones: Scandal of 1920 as Kate
2007  -Superman: Doomsday as Lois Lane (voice)
2007  -Masters of Science Fiction (1 episode) as Martha Von Vogel
2007  -What Love Is as Laura
2007  -Ghost Writer as Helen Jacobsen
2006  -The Megan Mullally Show (1 episode)
2006  -Men in Trees (36 episodes) as Marin Frist
2006  -Fatal Desire as Tanya Sullivan
2005  -Silver Bells as Catherine O’Mara
2005 D-ancing with the Stars (1 episode) as Herself – Contestant
2005 -Sexual Life as Gwen
2005 -The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson (2 episodes) as Self
2004 -Birth as Clara
2004 -The Dead Will Tell as Emily Parker
2004 -The Tony Danza Show (1 episode)
2004 -Higglytown Heroes (1 episode)
2004 -Gracie’s Choice as Rowena Lawson
2003 -Nip/Tuck (3 episodes)
2003 -Celebrities Uncensored (1 episode) as Self
2003 -Jimmy Kimmel Live! (3 episodes)
2002 -Everwood (9 episodes) as Amanda Hayes
2002 -John Q as Rebecca Payne
2001 -Revealed with Jules Asner (1 episode)
2001 -Prozac Nation as Dr. Sterling
2000 -One Kill as Capt. Mary Jane O’Malley
2000 -Auggie Rose as Lucy Brown
2000 -Psycho Path as Herself
1999 -The Third Miracle as Roxanne
1998 -Psycho as Marion Crane
1998 -Return to Paradise as Beth Eastern
1998 -Six Days Seven Nights as Robin Monroe
1997 -Wag the Dog as Winifred Ames
1997 -I Know What You Did Last Summer as Melissa Egan
1997 -Ally McBeal (7 episodes)
1997 -The View (5 episodes) as Self
1997 -Subway Stories: Tales from the Underground as Pregnant Girl (segment “Manhattan Miracle”)
1997 -Volcano as Dr. Amy Barnes
1997 -Donnie Brasco as Maggie Pistone
1996 -If These Walls Could Talk as Christine Cullen
1996 -Walking and Talking as Laura
1996 -Pie in the Sky as Amy Morgan
1996 -The Juror as Juliet
1995 -Wild Side as Alex Lee / Johanna
1995 -Kingfish: A Story of Huey P. Long as Aileen Dumont
1994 -The Investigator as Lucinda
1994 -A Simple Twist of Fate as Tanny’s Playmate (uncredited)
1994 -Milk Money as Betty
1994 -Girls in Prison as Jennifer
1994 -Against the Wall as Sharon Smith
1994 -I’ll Do Anything as Claire
1993 -The Adventures of Huck Finn as Mary Jane Wilks
1993 -An Ambush of Ghosts as Denise
1992 -The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles (1 episode) as Kate
1992 -O Pioneers! as Marie
1964 -Another World
(1673 episodes) as Victoria ‘Vicky’ Hudson Frame Harrison McKinnon
(1635 episodes) as Vicky Hudson
(1635 episodes) as Marley Hudson
1951 -Hallmark Hall of Fame
(1 episode) as Catherine Tierney
(1 episode) as Marie

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