Anne Heche, who was popularly known for working in movies like 1997’s Donnie Brasco, Volcano, and, I Know What You Did Last Summer, 1998’s Six Days, Seven Nights, and Return to Paradise passed away this Friday. She was in the highlights and garnered widespread media attention while dating comedian Ellen DeGeneres.
After the news of her death has been confirmed, an old clip from an interview surfaced, where she shared her experience of working in the crime drama film Donnie Brasco starring Johnny Depp and Al Pacino.
Anne Heche Shared Her Shocking Experience Working With Actor Johnny Depp
An old clip of the late actress appearing on the show Larry King Live surfaced on the Internet in which she was seen recalling her old moments in her career in which she also talked about working with the Pirates of the Caribbean actor Johnny Depp. She stated that working with Depp was ‘heaven’ as when the movie was shooting, they had to spend a lot of time together because of all their roles’ preparations.
When asked by the interviewer, Larry King, if she would date the Rum Diary actor, she shared, ” I’m way too uncool, Johnny was like, here’s the advice he gave me in the trailer, first of all, who would’ve thought that I got that, it was so amazing to even get that opportunity.”
She shared that the 59-year-old star gave her a piece of advice, mimicking him stating, “he’s sitting here like this, with like three people around him, and he’s like, “Don’t ever get tattoos. It gives you another hour in the makeup trailer, (while taking a drag of a cigarette) And I got to kiss him, aw man, I got to slap him. I got to slap him. He really wanted it too.”
A Brief Note on Anne Heche’s Car Incident
Earlier this month, the late American actress crashed her car into a house in Los Angeles and had been in a coma for a week with a severe anoxic brain injury. According to the statement given by her family, “Anne will be deeply missed but she lives on through her beautiful sons, her iconic body of work, and her passionate advocacy.”
“Her bravery for always standing in her truth, spreading her message of love and acceptance, will continue to have a lasting impact.”
The late actress is “legally dead,” however will be on life-support treatment temporarily to check if she may be a match for a potential organ donation as she had always wanted to donate her organs.