Anne Heche in pictures and photos, There are 72 pictures in this album -> Anne Heche

Anne Heche Page: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
June 9, 2008: "Anne Heche's Divorce Reaches Settlement"

Anne Heche's divorce has reached a settlement Friday agreeing to pay ex-husband Coley Laffoon a $275,000 lump sum and $3,700 per month in child support for their son.

This is a big reduction from the temporary $15,000 a month support Anne Heche had paid before. Anne Heche said in May she could no longer pay the amount because she was out of work.

Anne Heche, 39, will also have to pay 75% of their 6-year-old son Homer's private school tuition and half of his extracurricular activities.

After five years of marriage, Laffoon filed for divorce in February 2007.


May 15, 2008: "Anne Heche Is Broke"

Anne Heche requested and was granted a temporary reprieve in paying her child and spousal support obligations to her ex, COLEY LAFFOON, and her son, HOMER.

In a declaration made to the court, Anne Heche said that her business manager had informed her that she only had $34,840.93 in "all of her accounts" and that if she continued her support payments of $14,798 per month, she would "have a deficit of more than $6,000 by May 31, 2008." She also wrote that she has $364,000 of legal, accounting and other personal debt.

The court agreed to let Heche skip her July 1 payment to her ex and son, pending another hearing on July 2.

Anne Heche's ABC show, "Men in Trees," on which she met current boyfriend JAMES TUPPER, was not picked up for a third season. The actress noted in the papers that since January 18, 2008, she'd "been unemployed and had no income from employment except for one very short term contract for a movie role for which [she] received a total of $65,000."


Actress, director and screenwriter Anne Heche picture(s)/pic(s), wallpaper and photo gallery.
Birth name: Anne Celeste Heche.
Born: May 25, 1969 Aurora, Ohio, United States.

Anne Heche biography (bio):
Early life:
Heche was born in Aurora, Ohio to Nancy and Donald Heche, an organist, church founder, Baptist minister, and choir director. In her book, Call Me Crazy, she claimed that her father molested her during her childhood, giving her herpes. Her father later disclosed his homosexuality to his family, before dying of AIDS in 1983. In that same year, Heche's older brother Nate, who was also an actor, was killed in a car accident just a few months before his graduation from high school. Heche was a noted actress even at Francis W. Parker School, and the soap opera As the World Turns offered her a contract in 1985, when she was 16. However, both she and her mother felt it best that she finish high school first.

Immediately after her high school graduation, she accepted another soap offer and left for New York City. Heche first became famous by playing the dual roles of "Vicky Hudson" and "Marley Love Hudson" on the American soap opera Another World from 1987 to 1991, for which she won a Daytime Emmy Award; her acclaimed work as Vicky and Marley can currently be seen on Soapnet. Heche has starred in a number of high-profile films, including Donnie Brasco, Volcano, Wag the Dog, Six Days Seven Nights, and Psycho. She was nominated for a Tony Award for her performance in the 2004 Broadway revival of Twentieth Century, and also appeared in the play Proof. She is presently starring in the ABC television drama Men in Trees as a New York City author and relationships expert who relocates to Elmo, Alaska when she discovers her fianc is having an affair. She also starred in Wild Side with Joan Chen as her lesbian lover. In 2007, she was announced to be a member of the voice cast for PG-13 animated feature Superman: Doomsday as Lois Lane, alongside Adam Baldwin as Superman and James Marsters as Lex Luthor.

Personal life:
Heche is also known because of her relationship with comedienne Ellen DeGeneres and the events following their breakup. The couple started dating in 1997 shortly after the famous "Puppy Episode" of DeGeneres' eponymous sitcom. At one point, the two said they would get a civil union if they became legal in Vermont. They also worked on film and TV projects together. However, the couple split up in August 2000 and Heche soon began dating cameraman Coleman Laffoon, whom she met while he was filming a comedy special for DeGeneres. They married in September 2001 and have a son, Homer Heche Laffoon, born March 2, 2002. On January 24, 2007, it was confirmed that Heche has split from her husband of five years. Lafoon filed for divorce on February 2, 2007. Sources say she left her husband for her Men in Trees co-star James Tupper.
A year after her split with DeGeneres, Heche made claims in television interviews and in her autobiography, Call Me Crazy, that she was mentally ill for the first 31 years of her life after being sexually abused by her father. She also claimed to have an alter ego that was the daughter of God and half-sibling of Jesus named "Celestia," who had contacts with extraterrestrial life forms. In her book, she explained that before her split with DeGeneres, she was contacted by "God" and told He would walk with her for seven days
Her mother, Dr. Nancy Heche, is a Christian and psychotherapist. She has toured the nation as a Christian speaker giving testimony of the impact on her life by her husband's death from AIDS in 1983, by the sudden "death bed" revelation of his secret adulterous relationship, and by Anne's lesbian relationship. Nancy Heche has described how her spiritual views toward homosexuals have changed. In her recent book, "When the Truth Comes Out" she describes how prayers and her own personal spiritual awakening coincided with Anne's change from a lesbian relationship.
Anne Heche said her split with DeGeneres was not because of a change in her own sexual orientation. In an interview with The Advocate following the split, Heche said she does not give a label to her own sexual orientation and said "I have been very clear to everybody that just because I'm getting married does not mean I call myself a straight."
Before dating DeGeneres, Heche dated comedian Steve Martin for two years (she is rumored to be the basis for the Heather Graham's character in Bowfinger, although Martin denies it). She also dated musician Lindsey Buckingham of Fleetwood Mac for a year in the early 1990s. She is the subject of Buckingham's barbed song "Come", and he wrote "Down on Rodeo" (on the Under the Skin album) with a much softer reflection on the relationship where he can be heard saying "Do you hear me, Annie?" at the end.
In 1998, Heche's sister, Susan Bergman, wrote a book about the family and their relationship with their father. Bergman was also estranged from their mother. Heche and Bergman were reportedly estranged after the release of Bergman's book; Bergman died in January 2006 after a lengthy battle with brain cancer.
Actress anne heche : 4
Actress anne heche : 4
By User: singlebraincelled
0 Votes, 0/5
Actress anne heche : 8
Actress anne heche : 8
By User: zazen
0 Votes, 0/5

There are 72 pictures of Anne Heche, on 8 pages (you are on page 8), use the numbers at the top for more Anne Heche pictures and photos, If you have more pics for this album, Please add them and mention Anne Heche anywhere in the title of the picture or in its description so we can pick it up and put it in this album


Anne Heche
Anne Heche Albums by first letter
A : B : C : D : E : F : G : H : I : J : K : L : M : N : O : P : Q : R : S : T : U : V : W : X : Y : Z : numbers : other

My Drive

 User Name:
Lost Password

Private Images:
0 Bytes / 0 Bytes.
Private photo space usage
Public Images:
0 Bytes / 0 Bytes.
Public photo space usage


  • Register
  • Once you enter your email address, You will get an Email, in that email you will find a link., Simply click the link, and chose a username and password
  • You are now registered at the website and ready to upload and organise your photos and images
  • Go to the upload page, and start uploading your pictures and photos

Main Website Sections