After a catastrophic vehicle collision in Los Angeles, Anne Heche was recently hospitalized and confined to the critical care unit. The actress was allegedly observed driving her blue Mini Cooper before crashing it into the garage of an apartment complex on Friday. Shortly after, she fled the scene at great speed and slammed into another private property, engulfing the automobile in flames. According to CNN, it took firemen more than an hour to “access, restrict, and ultimately extinguish the tenacious flames inside the extensively damaged house.”
Anne Heche sustained serious burns and was brought to a nearby hospital in critical condition, but no one else was hurt. After Heche crashed into the complex, a neighbor called David Manpearl told the Daily Mail that he assisted the owners and their pet in escaping.
He then turned to assist Heche, but was forced to flee as flames totally consumed her vehicle:
“I tried talking to her a few times, asking if she was okay, but she didn’t react, so I had to move closer.” I was able to open the car’s rear door and climb halfway inside. When I asked her whether she was okay this time, she responded no.”
Manpearl said that he was first persuaded that Heche died as a result of the fire since she was entirely “burned up”:
“I was certain the driver had died. That she had blown up. It took the fire brigade at least 30 minutes to extinguish the flames, retrieve the vehicle, and take her out.”
According to Anne Heche’s ex-boyfriend, actor Thomas Jane, the actress is likely to “get through” the situation:
“My thoughts and prayers are with Anne, one of her generation’s real geniuses.” Thank goodness no one else was injured.”
Another source close to the actress told CNN that Hache is in the intensive care unit and is “fortunate to be alive.” According to the source, she has “serious burns and a lengthy rehabilitation ahead,” but she is now in stable condition.
Anne Heche’s Net Worth As Of 2022
Anne Heche is an actor, director, producer, and writer from the United States. She has a net worth of $4 million as of October 2022, according to Celebrity Net Worth. She made the most of her income from her job in the entertainment sector and had a successful three-decade career. In the iconic soap opera Another World, she came to prominence as twins Vicky Hudson and Marley Love. Between 1987 and 1991, she featured in more than 70 episodes of the program and won a Daytime Emmy Award for her work.
Heche has appeared in over 80 films and television shows. She rose to popularity in the 1990s with roles in films such as Volcano, Donny Brasco, I Know What You Did Summer, Psycho, Six Days Seven Nights, and Return to Paradise. Throughout the 2000s, Heche continued to land film parts, including John Q., Birth, Spread, Rampart, Cedar Rapids, Catfight, and the critically acclaimed TV film Gracie’s Choice, among many more.
Aside from her film performances, the actress made a fortune through her appearances on television programs such as Ally McBeal, Everwood, Men in Trees, Hung, Save Me, Aftermath, and The Brave. She also voiced the character of Suyin Beifong in the anime series The Legend of Korra.
Anne also featured on Broadway in Proof and Twentieth Century, for which she received a Tony nomination for Best Actress. She even competed in the 29th season of Dancing with the Stars in 2020. Heche made money from her employment outside of the camera in addition to her acting duties. She wrote and directed the 1998 short film Stripping for Jesus, the 2000 sequence of the 2000 television film If These Walls Could Talk two, and the Reaching Normal segment of the 2001 television film On the Edge.
Anne Heche also produced the NBC comedy Save Me and the TV film The Dead Will Tell, as well as directing Ellen DeGeneres: American Summer Documentary. She also co-created and executive produced another NBC comedy, Bad Judge. Throughout her career, the actress has been on the covers of various magazines, including Observer, Mirabella, and Entertainment Weekly. She even co-hosted the weekly SiriusXM radio program Love and Heche with Jason Ellis.
Anne Heche made money from the sales and earnings of her 2001 memoir, Call Me Crazy: A Memoir. The actress made money through real estate transactions in addition to her employment in the media. Near January 2017, she and her former boyfriend James Tupper paid $899,000 for a 1,440-square-foot home in Lake Arrowhead, which they advertised for $1.25 million. The house was relisted for $1.05 million in August 2019 after Hache acquired possession after her divorce from Tupper. In 2019, the couple offered their Hancock Park home for $3.95 million before dropping the price to $3.695 million. The home was initially constructed in 2009.