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'I’d been given an opportunity to experience a life and a joy that was not in my family.’ To say that Heche’s family life lacked joy is putting it mildly.
Heche was sexually abused as a child by her father, Donald, a Baptist minister and church organist.
'It’s that the court doesn’t give the person being supported incentive to not be supported. We live for Homer.’ Heche could certainly never be called workshy.
We’ve both put our stuff behind us.’ The same cannot be said of her mother, Nancy, now 74, with whom she doubts she will ever repair relations. That was kind of my theory as I struggled and fought to put everything behind me – that you can move on – and now it’s true.’ Her strength of character is extraordinary. She was just 16 when she was offered a part in a daytime soap opera, but her mother insisted she complete high school.
Heche chronicled her nightmarish childhood in graphic detail in her 2001 memoir, Call Me Crazy. Eighteen months later she was offered another soap. My mother was very religious and maybe she thought it was a sinner’s world.
So it was a surprise when she began earning glowing reviews for her role as a former beauty queen who longs for her ex-husband’s large appendage in the hit American television series Hung 18 months ago.
Now she’s starring in Cedar Rapids, a film that’s been creating a buzz since its première at the Sundance festival earlier this year. 'It’s been really amazing that people have started to embrace me as a comedienne.’ Heche, 41, is no stranger to Cedar Rapids’ themes of romance in the workplace.'I used to live in hell and I don’t want to be there anymore.