Anne Heche, who was harmed in two car accidents a week ago, was admitted to the hospital, where she was burned profusely. She was released late last night, claiming that she was not expected to survive. Heche, a 53-year-old actress, died.
Nancy Davis, an Anne Heches friend, first reported her death on her Instagram page, and a representative for the actress' family and friends confirmed her death to People. While Heches heart is still beating, she is described as being brain dead, and under California law, thats considered to be legally dead. She is survived by her two sons.
Today we lost a lovely and most joyous person, a loving mother, and a loyal pal. Anne will be greatly missed, but she continues to live on through her beautiful children, her renowned body of work, and her tireless advocacy. Her bravery for always standing in her truth, spouting her message of love and acceptance, will have a lasting impact.
Anne Heche began her professional acting career playing twins in the soap opera Another World (for which she received an Emmy Award), and in films such as The Adventures of Huck Finn and Wild Side. Along with the Psycho remake, John Q., Ally McBeal, and Everwood, she also starred in Ellen, the sitcom she co-starred with Heches' girlfriend from 1997 to 2000.
Anne Heche starred in films such as My Friend Dahmer, The Last Word, The Vanished, and 13 Minutes. It hasnt yet been released as a film role, but it is still in the works. She recurred on several HBO series such as The Idol, with Lily-Rose Depp and The Weeknd.
Anne Heche slammed her blue Mini Cooper twice on Friday, August 5, into a garage in a nearby neighborhood. The first time, the actress was reportedly forced out of the vehicle, and it took firefighters over an hour to remove her from the vehicle, which resulted in her being severely burned. Days later, she told the station that she was in serious condition and was still in a coma.