American actress Anne Celeste Heche passed away on August 11, 2022 (born May 25, 1969). She originally gained notoriety playing twins Vicky Hudson and Marley Love on the soap opera Another World (1987–1991), for which she was honored with two Soap Opera Digest Awards and a Daytime Emmy.
With parts in the crime drama Donnie Brasco (1997), the disaster movie Volcano (1997), the slasher movie I Know What You Did Last Summer (1997)
the political satire movie Wag the Dog (1997), the action comedy movie Six Days, Seven Nights (1998), and the drama-thriller movie Return to Paradise, she rose to greater fame in the late 1990s (1998).
Anne Heche Wished Harry, Oprah Had Called Her for Mental Health Special
In the months prior to her sad passing, Anne Heche criticized Prince Harry and Oprah Winfrey for not approaching her for mental health guidance.
The 53-year-old actress had a lengthy history of mental health problems and actively promoted greater understanding of them until she passed away last month in a terrible car accident.
Her memoir, Call Me Crazy, published in 2001, detailed her difficult upbringing, which included being sexually abused by her father, who subsequently passed away from an AIDS-related illness.
Heche had to start working at the age of 12 to support her family because the family was poor and had to travel around a lot before being evicted from one home and being homeless.
Heche said on the Behind the Rope podcast that she had written Call Me Sane, a book that she said taught “the practice of how to get over your trauma and how to start in living in love with yourself,” as a follow-up to her autobiography.
Heche felt disenfranchised when Oprah and the famous royal did not ask her to be a part of their Apple TV docuseries, The Me You Can’t See, as a result of her public work on mental health.
The five-part series featured interviews with Lady Gaga, Glenn Close, and basketball player DeMar DeRozan, as well as discussions between Harry and Oprah and a number of other well-known persons.
Anne had assumed that she would have been an obvious option to participate given her prominence and subject matter competence.
She explained to podcast host David Yentef that “Megan and Harry have had a lot to do with that, Oprah’s had a lot to do with it, and again, they didn’t ask me to be a part of that documentary and I’m like, “well, I’m like the number one person that talks about mental health.”
She Shared the Prince’s Perspective on Mental Health
There is a threshold for knowing the threshold for detachment that happens to us when you are being treated poorly, she continued, before stating that “Harry characterizes it as the items you were given, and I feel the same way.”
The Duke of Sussex disclosed that he has received counseling to help him deal with the grief of his mother Princess Diana’s passing and to support his wife Meghan Markle as she battles the demands of the media limelight.
In promotional materials, Prince Harry stated: “We are exposed to varied experiences because we are born into different lives and raised in different places.
“However, we all share the experience of being human. Most people have unresolved trauma, loss, or grief that they are carrying around with them, and this feels and is very personal.
But as the past year has demonstrated, we are all in this together. It is my hope that this series will demonstrate the strength of honesty, connection, and vulnerability.
Heche passed away last week after a high-speed collision involving her blue Mini Cooper and a Los Angeles residence.
A week after the tragedy, the actress passed away from an anoxic brain injury despite being taken to the hospital right afterwards.
For two days, she was kept on life support so that potential organ transplants might be identified. She had long been an advocate for organ donation.
On August 14, doctors removed the actress’s life support, and a spokesperson issued a statement saying that the mother of two will be “truly mourned” by those whose lives she had touched.
Heche was well-known for her work in the serial opera Another World, which brought her a Daytime Emmy Award, as well as movies including Donnie Brasco, Wag the Dog, and Six Days Seven Nights.
When she began a public relationship with comedian and talk show host Ellen DeGeneres, whom she dated from 1997 to 2000, she shot to fame in the late 1990s.
Please call the 988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline at 988, text “988” to the Crisis Text Line at 741741, or visit 988lifeline.org if you or someone you know needs mental health support.
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