Anne Heche was born in 1886 in Kansas City, Missouri. She is one of four children of Joel and Anna Hundt Heche. Her father, who was a prosperous dentist, encouraged Anne to focus on writing, so she pursued this passion for her entire life. After serving in the Army during World War II, she moved to New York City where she worked as an advertising copywriter for Doubleday book publishers.
Anne Heche was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Music, Original Score (for “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas”) in 1970. In this film, Anne is seen as Vicky Hudson, an American actress and singer. She later went on to play the role of Holly Golightly in the TV series Happy Days. She went on to star as Anna Kournikova in the TV movie Dead Man Walking, as well as starring in The Thin Red Line, an award-winning documentary about the Vietnam War. Anne Heche also received a Screenplay Oscar nomination for her work in One Hundred Best Films.
Anne Heche Measurements
|Figure Measurements||34-24-34 in|
|Body Size||34 inches|
|Waist Size||58 cm (23 in)|
|Hips Size||34 inches (87 cm)|
|Shoe Size||8.5 US|
|Height||5 ft 5 in / 165 cm|
|Weight||117 lb / 53 kg|
In her movie The Thin Red Line, Anne Heche plays the role of Holly Golightly, a young girl from Ohio who becomes disillusioned with the war when her father decides to go into business for himself instead of joining the army. This causes a rift between them, as he resents her attempts to be a good mother and puts her on the payroll of his own company. After learning that her father has been seriously injured in combat, Anne decides to visit him in the hospital, but he dies before she gets there. The next day, her aunt tells her that she can visit him in his bed and give him the final gift he requested: a singing box. However, when she does, it appears that the voice inside the box is that of a man named Richard Castellano, who’s the former father-in-law of Holly’s mother. When she tries to open the box, it starts to glow, implying that it’s some sort of a spiritual item.
Anne Heche then continued to star in four additional films, The Desolate Area, Dark Fire, Leaving Lukens, and Requiem for a Princess. Her latest, The Winter Night Dreamer, was released in 2021 and went on to win several awards, including an Academy Award for Best Costume Design. The Winter Night Dreamer also served as the basis for the screenplay for the feature film The Nightmare Before Christmas, which starred Tim Burton. Although the film didn’t receive any Oscar nominations, Anne Heche still managed to score a number of additional awards including the Golden Globe for Best Actress in a Leading Role, the Video Music Awards, the Satellite Award for Outstanding Achievement in Feature Film, and the presto!