ACROSS AMERICA — Anne Heche, the actress known for her roles on the TV show “Another World” and in movies like “Donnie Brasco” and “Psycho,” was taken off life support Sunday. Heche, 53, died after suffering a severe brain injury in a car crash.
Despite her absuive childhood, Heche maintained a successful acting career in both television and film that spanned across decades. The actress’ professional career began when she was in high school, as she shot to stardom for her work on NBC soap opera “Another World,” from 1987-1991. Anne Heche was a household name by the late nineties, starring in big budget Hollywood films with A-list actors like Johnny Depp in “Donnie Brasco” and Tommy Lee in “Volcano.”
Heche went on to star opposite Harrison Ford in the film “Six Days, Seven Nights” and then on to other memorable roles in a slate of films including “Return to Paradise,” “Psycho,”“Wag the Dog,” and “Walking and Talking,” as well as in a slew of television series including “Hung,”The Brave,” and “Chicago P.D.”
Take a look at photos photos honoring the life of Anne Heche below.
The Associated Press contributed to this post.
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