This B list actress who can usually be found on television has an interesting tabloid past that makes all of you know her.
Sure, her prime tabloid days were about a decade ago, but when you have a character in a movie based on you, then you know you are something else. Anyway, she was talking recently about something that happened to her in the #MeToo movement, but she has one thing wrong.
She once tried to get a job by casting couching and the producer said no because he knew it would lead to trouble.
Probably the only time he said no.
B list actress: Anne Heche
Movie about her: Bowfinger
Producer: Harvey Weinstein
Tabloid past: relationship with Ellen DeGeneres
Anne Heche on her romance with Ellen: ‘The best sex I’d ever had’ Until the actress met man she just married
Anne Heche tells Barbara Walters tonight that she had the best sex she’d ever had with TV comic Ellen DeGeneres – until she met the man who’s now her husband. Heche ended her romance with DeGeneres a year ago and married cameraman Coleman (Coley) Laffoon on Saturday in Los Angeles. “Up until that point, that was the best sex … the best sex I’d ever had,” Heche reveals about her relationship with DeGeneres in an interview with Walters, to be broadcast tonight at 10 on ABC-TV’s “20/20.
” “I felt … cared for, loved … on a sexual level … that I had not [had] before with a man. I felt … sensuous and sexual in a way I hadn’t before. – Source
Anne Heche says she was fired from a Miramax film ‘after refusing to perform oral sex on Harvey Weinstein when he pulled out his penis during a meeting’
Anne Heche identified herself as a Harvey Weinstein victim on Tuesday
In an interview on the Allegedly podcast, Heche said she was fired from a Miramax film for refusing to perform oral sex on the film producer
Heche, 48, said she was able to escape the room before he assaulted her
It’s unclear which film Heche was fired from
She acted in three Miramax films, most recently 2001’s Prozac Nation – Source