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Anne Celeste Heche (May 25, 1969 – August 2022) was an American actress. She first rose to fame as twins Vicky Hudson and Marley Love on the soap opera Another World (1987-1991), winning a Daytime Emmy Award and two Soap Opera Digest Awards.
On August 5, 2022, Heche was involved in a series of two car accidents in the Mar Vista neighborhood of Los Angeles, first when the Mini Clubman she was driving hit an apartment complex garage and second when she crashed into a house. resulting in a fire that burned her badly.
BookCall Me CrazyAuthorAnne HecheLanguageEnglishSizeMBPages240CategoryMemoir
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The actress describes her struggle to overcome a difficult and abusive childhood, including her father’s frequent absences and death from AIDS, her rise to success in show business, and her lesbian affair with Ellen DeGeneres.
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Anne believes her father abused her, although she has no concrete memories to back this up. She told her mother that she had herpes on her face and her mother admitted that when Anne was a baby she probably had herpes in her vaginal area. Apparently her mother didn’t catch her from her husband, or if she did, she didn’t say so.
What bothered Anne so much was that her mother would never apologize to her or admit that she was somehow responsible for not protecting Anne. What’s weird (to me) is that her father was obviously a homosexual who had homosexual relationships with other adult men (he died of AIDS), but according to Anne’s story, he was also a straight pedophile, what about that?
Her father was a choirmaster who moved from church to church and her mother did not work (until much later). Her mother somehow managed to support the family on the $5.00 a week her husband brought home. Clearly, many of Anne’s memories are unclear, but neither are many abuse survivors. Anne was not only sexually abused, her father physically abused all the children (her brother was accused of stealing money, her father was guilty) and the children were not allowed to ask questions and were punished for it .
Her mother supported him because she is a good wife and above all she was afraid to go to heaven. Although her mother told Anne that one of her little Jewish friends of hers was a monster and was going to hell, she herself later dated two married Jewish men.
Fortunately, Anne was discovered by a talent scout from Proctor and Gamble during high school, she auditioned for a soap opera and got out of this mess. Her life after that went pretty well: she seemed to get any acting job she wanted, she got along with everyone, and Steve Martin even wanted to marry her. Anne was in therapy from a very young age, but sadly got a little confused at some point in her early twenties.
Due to her religious upbringing (the only thing that mattered to her mother was the opinion of Jesus, not her children) and trying to cope with her dysfunctional family, Anne developed an alter ego, Celestia, the daughter of God who had come to save humanity. Amazing things happened, albeit a little in other places, and Anne filled two books with Celestia’s writings (in another language). She has also made drawings and poems. She wishes she had printed some excerpts from it. I think along with those few family photos she would have helped this book tremendously.
What I don’t realize is that the day she wanted to get on the boat to go to heaven, she was taking ecstasy, which she said “they” told her to take from her. Was his fantasy of her due to the drug afterwards, or would it have happened anyway? Because she seemed to get smarter pretty quickly once she was in the hospital.
Overall, I think Anne Heche has done a lot of work on her emotional well-being over the years and she seems to have it all under control right now. She definitely has some things clear: we are all children of God, and to love someone else, you must first love yourself. Thank you Anne for sharing your story.
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