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Her father later disclosed his homosexuality to his family, before dying of AIDS in 1983.
In that same year, Anne'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. Parker School, and the soap opera As the World Turns offered her a contract in 1985, when she was 16.
Heche was born in Aurora, Ohio to Donald Heche, a Baptist minister and choir director, and Nancy.
In her book, Call Me Crazy, Anne claimed that her father molested her during her childhood, giving her herpes.
The couple started dating in 1997 shortly after the famous "Puppy Episode" of De Generes' eponymous sitcom.
At one point, the two said they would get a civil union if they became legal in Vermont. However, the couple split up in August 2000 and Heche soon began dating cameraman Coley Laffoon, whom she met while he was filming a comedy special for De Generes.
Before coming out as lesbian, she starred in Wild Side with Joan Chen as her lesbian lover.
She also dated musician Lindsey Buckingham of Fleetwood Mac for a year in the early 1990s.
It is about a naive middle-aged man (played by Ed Helms of The Hangover) who ventures out of his sheltered existence for the first time when he’s forced to attend an insurance conference. She met her first husband, the cameraman Coley Laffoon, while filming a comedy special for De Generes, and began a relationship with him three months after breaking up with De Generes.
Heche plays the sole woman in a group of insurance agents for whom the conference represents their few days of fun each year, and who take the hapless Helms under their wing. That union ended when she fell for her co-star James Tupper, 45, on the set of the television series Men In Trees.
So it was a surprise when she began earning glowing reviews for her role as a former beauty queen who longs for her ex-husband’s large appendage in the hit American television series Hung 18 months ago.
Now she’s starring in Cedar Rapids, a film that’s been creating a buzz since its première at the Sundance festival earlier this year. 'It’s been really amazing that people have started to embrace me as a comedienne.’ Heche, 41, is no stranger to Cedar Rapids’ themes of romance in the workplace.