ANNE HECHE (Catherine) has proven herself as an exceptional actress in film,
television, and stage. Her talents have earned her critical praise, as well as,
both Tony and Emmy award nominations.
Currently, Heche co-stars with Thomas Jane and Jane Adams in the HBO
comedy-series Hung, currently in its' third season, and can also be seen in the
feature film Cedar Rapids, opposite her Rampart co-star Sigourney Weaver, John
C. Reilly and Ed Helms.
In 2007, Heche starred in the ABC series Men in Trees as a female relationship
guru who moves to Alaska to get over her philandering ex-fiancee, only to
discover herself surrounded by available men.
She earned her first primetime Emmy Award nomination for her portrayal of a
drug-addicted mother in the 2004 Lifetime Television, original movie Gracie's
Choice alongside Diane Ladd. In 2005, Heche appeared in the Lifetime movie,
Fatal Desire and the Hallmark Channel's holiday movie Silver Bells on CBS, which
was seen by over 16 million viewers. She has created memorable characters in
several guest starring performances on hit shows including Nip/Tuck, Everwood,
Ally McBeal and HBO's telefilm, If These Walls Could Talk, directed by Cher.
Heche won The National Board of Review Award for Best Supporting Actress for
Barry Levinson's Wag the Dog, in which appeared opposite Robert DeNiro and
Dustin Hoffman. In the previous year she starred opposite Harrison Ford in Six
Days Seven Nights. She starred with Tommy Lee Jones in Volcano and achieved
critical acclaim for her role in Donnie Brasco. She co-starred in Gus Van Zant's
update of Psycho with Vince Vaughn and Julianne Moore as well as Auggie Rose,
alongside Jeff Goldblum, which was screened at the Montreal Film Festival. In
2002, Heche co-starred in the Denzel Washington drama, John Q and opposite
Christina Ricci in the Miramax film, Prozac Nation. Other film credits include
Agnieszka 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, I'll Do
Anything, Spread and Birth.
In 2002, Heche made her Broadway debut in the critically acclaimed production of
the Tony Award-winning play Proof. She garnered rave reviews from theatre
critics and the show was extended, making it one of the longest running
non-musical plays in recent history. She triumphantly returned to Broadway in
the Roundabout Theater stage production of Twentieth Century in 2004. Her
critically acclaimed performance opposite Alec Baldwin earned her a Tony Award
nomination for Best Lead Actress in a Play.
Also a writer and director, Heche wrote and directed a short feature entitled
Reaching Normal, for Showtime's First Director Series, as well as the second
installment of If These Walls Could Talk II. 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.
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