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ANNE HECHE (Robin) was most recently seen starring opposite
Robert De Niro and Dustin Hoffman in Barry Levinson's scorching
political farce "Wag the Dog." For that performance,
she won the National Board of Review Award for Best Supporting
Actress. In 1997, she starred opposite Tommy Lee Jones in "Volcano,"
and was featured to much acclaim opposite Johnny Depp and Al Pacino
in the highly successful "Donnie Brasco."
Heche also starred in "The Juror" opposite Alec Baldwin
and Demi Moore, Miramax's "Walking and Talking" opposite
Catherine Keener, and HBO's enormously successful "If These
Walls Could Talk," directed by Cher. In addition to her studio
projects, Heche recently directed and produced her own screenplay
entitled "Stripping for Jesus."
Heche received strong reviews for her performance in TNT's "Kingfish:
The Story of Huey P. Long." Her other film credits include
"The Wild Side," "Pie in the Sky," "Twist
of Fate," "Milk Money," "The Investigator,"
"I'll Do Anything," "The Adventures of Huck Finn,"
and "Ambush of Ghosts." Heche recently completed filming
for the drama "Force Majeure," under the direction of
Joe Ruben for producer Ezra Swerdlow. Co-starring with her are
Vince Vaughn, Joaquin Phoenix, and Jada Pinkett.
She received an Emmy Award® for work on the daytime
serial drama "Another World."
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