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In 2004, ANNE HECHE triumphantly returned to Broadway in the Roundabout Theater stage production of "Twentieth Century.” Heche's critically acclaimed performance, opposite Alec Baldwin, earned her a Tony Award for Best Lead Actress in a Play. In 2002, Heche made her Broadway debut in the critically acclaimed production of the Tony Award-winning "Proof.” She garnered rave reviews across the board from theatre critics and the show was extended, making it one of the longest running non-musical plays in recent history.

On the small screen, Heche recently earned her first primetime Emmy Award nomination for her portrayal of a drug-addicted mother in the Lifetime Television original movie GRACIE'S CHOICE alongside Diane Ladd.

Heche won The National Board of Review Award for Best Supporting Actress for Barry Levinson's WAG THE DOG, in which she starred with Robert DeNiro and Dustin Hoffman. She starred with Tommy Lee Jones in VOLCANO and achieved critical acclaim for her role in DONNIE BRASCO. She co-starred in Gus Van Sant's update of PSYCHO with Vince Vaughn and Julianne Moore and AUGGIE ROSE, alongside Jeff Goldblum, which was screened at the Montreal Film Festival. Last year, Heche co-starred in the Denzel Washington drama, JOHN Q and opposite Christina Ricci in PROZAC NATION.

Other film credits include Agnieska Holland's THE THIRD MIRACLE opposite Ed Harris; THE JUROR with Demi Moore and Alec Baldwin; WALKING AND TALKING; THE WILD SIDE; TWIST OF FATE; PIE IN THE SKY; MILK MONEY with Melanie Griffith; THE INVESTIGATOR; and I'LL DO ANYTHING.

She made her television debut in the daytime drama "Another World,” for which she garnered a Daytime Emmy Award. Heche appeared in a multi-episode story arc on Fox's "Ally McBeal” as well as in a segment of HBO's telefilm, IF THESE WALLS COULD TALK, directed by Cher.

She wrote and directed a short feature, REACHING NORMAL, for Showtime's "First Director Series,” as well as the second installment of "If These Walls Could Talk II,” starring Sharon Stone and Ellen Degeneres.

In September 2001, Simon & Schuster published Anne's autobiographical "Call Me Crazy,” which appeared on The New York Times and the Los Angeles Times bestseller lists. Heche and her family reside in Los Angeles.


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