Anne Heche Net Worth: How Much Money Does She Have?
Anne Celeste Heche was an American actress recognized for her appearances in film, television, and stage, for which she received numerous awards, including a National Board of Review Award and multiple Emmy Awards.
Heche’s professional acting career began on the soap opera Another World (1987-1991), where she played the twins Vicky Hudson and Marley Love and won a Daytime Emmy Award in 1991. During the first half of the 1990s, she rose to prominence as a co-star in the independent film Walking and Talking (1996) and as an outstanding supporting actress in the crime drama Donnie Brasco (1997).
Other notable roles in 1997 were Volcano, I Know What You Did Last Summer, and Wag the Dog. Heche rose to notoriety again in 1998, when she co-starred in the romantic comedy Six Days, Seven Nights with Harrison Ford. She also appeared in Gus Van Sant’s shot-for-shot remake of Psycho in 1998.
Anne Heche was born Anne Celeste Heche in Aurora, Ohio on May 25, 1969. Heche’s father died of AIDS in March 1983, at the age of 45. Anne auditioned for the soap opera “As the World Turns” when she was 16 years old. She was offered the roles of Vicky Hudson and Marley Love on “Another World” just before her graduation.
Anne Heche’s 20-year-old son Homer filed filings with a Los Angeles court two months after her death, estimating the total value of Anne Heche’s estate at the time of her death at $400,000. The estate expects to earn roughly $400,000 per year in film royalties and residuals, and she did not own any real estate at the time of her death, according to the newspaper.
What Is Anne Heche’s Net Worth?
According to Celebrity Net Worth, Anne Heche was an American actress, writer, director, and producer who died in August 2022 with a net worth of $400 thousand. Anne Heche had over 80 acting credits, including roles in the films “Volcano” (1997), “Six Days, Seven Nights” (1998), “Psycho” (1998), “John Q.” (2002), “Cedar Rapids” (2011), and “My Friend Dahmer” (2017), as well as the television series “Another World” (1987-1991), “Ally McBeal” (2001), “Everwood” (2004-2005), “Save Me” (2013), and (2017–2018).
Anne starred as Marin Frist on ABC’s “Men in Trees” (2006-2008) and Jessica Haxon on HBO’s “Hung” (2009-2011), and she finished 13th on “Dancing with the Stars” in 2020. Heche co-created and executive produced the NBC sitcom “Bad Judge,” which aired from 2014 to 2015. She wrote and directed the short film “Stripping for Jesus” (1998), the “2000” segment of the TV movie “If These Walls Could Talk 2” (2000), and the “Reaching Normal” segment of the TV film “On the Edge” (2001).
She also produced the TV movie “The Dead Will Tell” (2004) and her NBC sitcom “Save Me” in addition to directing “Ellen DeGeneres: American Summer Documentary” (2001). Anne has appeared on Broadway in “Proof” (2002-2003) and “Twentieth Century” (2004), for which she received a Tony nomination for Best Actress in a Play. Heche’s memoir “Call Me Crazy: A Memoir” was published in 2001.
Though Anne has had most of her relationships with men (including iconic comic Steve Martin), she famously dated comedian Ellen DeGeneres from 1997 until August 2000. Years later, Heche explained why her relationship with Ellen did not work out:
“I broke up with her because her goal was to have a lot of money. Mine was to find love, and hers was, “I want $60 billion,” Good, good luck. Our forks are never going to meet. I hope you like your money because that’s why I broke up with you! Do you like sitting on your piles of cash? Because guess what, it gets you exactly where you are.“
While working on a documentary on Ellen DeGeneres, Anne met cameraman Coleman “Coley” Laffoon, and they married on September 1, 2001. On March 2, 2002, Heche and Laffoon welcomed their son Homer. They separated in March 2009.
Anne’s representative revealed in December 2008 that she and her “Men in Trees” co-star James Tupper were expecting a child, and their son Atlas was born on March 7, 2009. In 2018, Anne and James split up.
Anne Heche and Tupper paid $899,000 for a 1,440-square-foot Lake Arrowhead property in 2013. They listed it for $1.25 million in January 2017, then relisted it for $1.05 million in August 2019 after ownership was passed to Anne as a result of the couple’s divorce.
They advertised their property in Los Angeles’ Hancock Park neighborhood for $3.95 million in May 2019, then reduced the asking price to $3.695 million the following month. Anne and James built the four-bedroom, 4,735-square-foot house in 2009. In November 2019, they ultimately accepted $3.165 million.