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Anne Heche
ANNE HECHE is currently appearing on Broadway in Roundabout Theatre Companys production of Twentieth Century. In 2002, Anne made her Broadway debut in the critically acclaimed production of the Tony Award-winning Proof. Anne’s film credits include Six Days Seven Nights, John Q, Psycho, Donnie Brasco, Wag the Dog (National Board of Review Award for Best Supporting Actress), Volcano, The Juror, Walking and Talking, and Pie in the Sky. Upcoming film projects include New Line Cinema’s Birth and the independent feature Sexual Life. Anne made her television debut on the daytime drama Another World and won an Emmy Award for her portrayal of twins, Vicki and Marley Love. Her numerous other television and cable credits include a starring role in the recent original Lifetime movie Gracie’s Choice and a multi-episode story arc on Fox’s Ally McBeal. Beyond her acting work, Anne wrote and directed a short feature, Reaching Normal, for Showtime’s First Director Series, as well as a segment of If These Walls Could Talk II for HBO. In September 2001, Simon & Schuster published Anne’s autobiographical memoir, Call Me Crazy, which appeared on The New York Times and Los Angeles Times bestseller lists.

Bio as of May, 2004.

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Working in the Theatre (video)
Performance - April, 2004 - Watch now.

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