After being involved in a fiery vehicle accident in Los Angeles lately, Anne Heche was taken to the hospital and placed in the intensive care section of the hospital. On Friday, the actress was reportedly observed driving her blue Mini Cooper before crashing it into the garage of an apartment complex. The incident apparently occurred on Friday.
She then sped away from the scene of the accident at a high rate of speed, collided with another residential property, and then watched as her vehicle caught fire as a result of the collision. It took the firemen more than an hour, according to the Los Angeles Fire Department, to “access, confine, and fully extinguish the persistent flames within the extensively damaged structure.”
Anne Heche was the only person to sustain serious injuries, as no one else was hurt in the fire that broke out. She was rushed to the nearest hospital in critical condition. Following Heche’s collision with the apartment complex, a neighbour by the name of David Manpearl stated to the Daily Mail that he assisted the homeowner in evacuating their home along with their pet.
According to another source close to the actress, who spoke to CNN, Hache is currently intubated and being treated in the intensive care unit (ICU), but “she’s lucky to be alive.” A source close to the situation reportedly revealed that she has “serious burns and a long rehabilitation ahead,” but that her health is now stable.
Exploring Anne Heche’s fortune in 2022
American actress, director, producer, and writer Anne Heche hails from the United States. Celebrity Net Worth estimates that she has a net worth of approximately $4 million at the present time. The majority of her wealth was amassed as a direct result of her successful career spanning three decades, which she spent working in the entertainment sector.
The iconic serial series Another World is where the actress first gained widespread recognition for her portrayal of the conjoined twins Vicky Hudson and Marley Love. She was a part of more than 70 episodes of the show between the years 1987 and 1991, during which time she was nominated for and won a Daytime Emmy Award for her work.
Heche has been in more than 80 films and television shows in her career. In the 1990s, she appeared in a number of critically acclaimed films, including Volcano, Donny Brasco, I Know What You Did Summer, Psycho, Six Days Seven Nights, and Return to Paradise, amongst others. This helped her achieve widespread recognition.
Throughout the decade of the 2000s, Heche continued to land roles in a variety of movies. She had starring roles in movies such as John Q., Birth, Spread, Rampart, Cedar Rapids, Catfight, and the critically acclaimed television film Gracie’s Choice, among many more.
The actress made a significant portion of her income via guest starring parts on television episodes such as Ally McBeal, Everwood, Men in Trees, Hung, Save Me, Aftermath, and The Brave, in addition to the roles she played in films. In addition, she provided her voice for the character of Suyin Beifong, which appeared in the animated series The Legend of Korra.
She has featured on Broadway in productions such as Proof and Twentieth Century, the latter of which earned her a nomination for a Tony Award in the category of Best Actress. She was even a contestant on the 29th season of Dancing with the Stars in 2020, which aired in the year 2020.
Heche’s success stems not only from her roles in front of the camera but also from her labour behind the scenes. She was the writer and director of the short film Stripping for Jesus, which was released in 1998, the 2000 sequence of the television film If These Walls Could Talk two, and the Reaching Normal segment of the television movie On the Edge, which was released in 2001.
In addition to directing the documentary Ellen DeGeneres: American Summer, Anne Heche was the producer of the NBC sitcom Save Me as well as the television film The Dead Will Tell. In addition, she was one of the co-creators of the NBC sitcom Bad Judge and acted as an executive producer for the show.
During the course of her career, the actress has appeared on the cover of a number of magazines such as Observer, Mirabella, and Entertainment Weekly, amongst others. Even more, she worked alongside Jason Ellis on the SiriusXM radio programme Love and Heche, which aired on a weekly basis.
The publication of Anne Heche’s memoir, titled Call Me Crazy: A Memoir, in 2001 resulted in significant financial gain for the actress. The actress made money through real estate transactions in addition to the work she did in the entertainment industry.
She and her ex-partner James Tupper put up a total of $899,000 to purchase a house in Lake Arrowhead measuring 1,440 square feet, which they later put up for sale for $1.25 million in January of 2017. In August of 2019, following Hache’s divorce from Tupper and subsequent acquisition of full ownership of the property, it was resold for a price of 1.05 million dollars.
The couple also put their home in the Hancock Park neighbourhood of Los Angeles up for sale in 2019, initially advertising it for $3.95 million before dropping the price to $3.695 million. 2009 was the year that saw the first construction of the home.