Anne Heche is in a coma: "extremely critical condition"

Anne Heche is in a coma: "extremely critical condition"

Anne Heche, 53, is in critical condition after a car accident

Anne Heche, 53, is in critical condition after a car accident

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Actress Anne Heche has been in a coma since a car accident in Los Angeles.

In a statement, a representative for the actress provided more details and said her health was “extremely critical.”

“At this point Anne is in an extremely critical condition. She has a severe lung injury that requires mechanical ventilation and burns that require surgery. She is in a coma and has not regained consciousness since the accident,” the statement said.

The same representative said last Saturday the 6th that the family had asked for positive thoughts and prayers for the actress.

Heche was hospitalized on Friday the 5th after driving her car over a house, destroying the wall and entering the residence’s room. His car caught fire in the collision.

The website TMZ found that after another accident in a building’s garage, Heche had been speeding just before colliding with the house. It would all have started with her crashing into a garage, and as people approached, the actress accelerated and fled the scene.

The 53yearold actress has had a long film and television career that began with the soap opera Another World in the 1980s. She acted in films such as Donnie Brasco (1997), I Know What You Did Last Summer (1997), the remake of Psycho (1998) and Six Days, Seven Nights (1998), in which she was Harrison Ford’s love interest. But from then on, her film career was biased in ways as she embraced her relationship with Ellen DeGeneres.

Years later, she came out as bisexual when she began dating a camera assistant and later James Tupper, her romantic partner on Men in Trees, with whom she had a child. Incidentally, the 2006 series was her biggest success and anticipated a plot model that is successfully repeated to this day, see Virgin River on Netflix.

On television, she has played Ally McBeal, Hung, Dig, Aftermath, The Brave, and Chicago PD, among many other attractions.