Remembering Anne Heche: Her Best Movies, from ‘Birth’ to ‘Six Days, Seven Nights’ and ‘Donnie Brasco’

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Remembering Anne Heche: Her Best Movies, from ‘Birth’ to ‘Six Days, Seven Nights’ and ‘Donnie Brasco’
After making her screen debut in “Another World,” Anne Heche has been a Hollywood icon for over 30 years.

The late actress died August 12 at age 53 after succumbing to critical injuries sustained from a car accident in the Mar Vista neighborhood of Los Angeles a week prior. From roles in “I Know What You Did Last Summer” and “Wag the Dog” to ill-fated Hitchcock heroine Marion Crane in the “Psycho” remake and leading series “Nip/Tuck,” “Everwood,” “Hung,” and “Men in Trees,” Heche’s career spanned every genre imaginable.

Heche earned a Primetime Emmy nomination for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Miniseries or a Movie in 2004 for “Gracie’s Choice,” and wrote and directed the 2001 made-for-tv movie “Reaching Normal.” She later served as co-creator and executive producer of NBC sitcom “Bad Judge,” which ran for one season.

The official statement from Heche’s representatives honored her film legacy: “Anne had a huge heart
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