Anne heche still dating james tupper
'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.She shows me pictures on her i Phone of him and his golden-haired half-brother, Homer, nine, from her five-year marriage to Laffoon. ’ Nobody could accuse Heche of having a romantic 'type’: she dated the comedian Steve Martin, who is 24 years her senior, and the Fleetwood Mac singer Lindsey Buckingham, then 43, when she was in her early twenties. We all pooled our money in an envelope in a drawer and saved up enough to move out after a year.’ It was the actress’s 12th house move in as many years.Laffoon, on the other hand, is five years younger than her. 'I found heaven on that stage,’ she says, playing with a wisp of blonde hair that’s escaped from beneath a grey pork pie hat.recounts the harrowing story of Tori Lindsay, a 16-year-old, stellar high school student whose life spirals downward when her “friends” brutally beat her up and then upload a video of the attack onto the Internet. , the Canadian post-apocalyptic thriller series from Noreen Halpern’s Halfire Entertainment. Tupper and Heche will play Joshua and Karen Copeland who, along with their three teenagers, must battle for survival after civilization comes to an apocalyptic end, triggered by devastating natural disasters – and the rise of supernatural creatures.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.
When she won the part of Jessica in Hung she was on the set for the first day of filming just a week after giving birth. She describes herself as 'eternally engaged’ to Tupper. When I’m 60 I’m happy to walk down the aisle.’ Why wait? I don’t know what either of us would gain or what would change that would benefit us.’ It’s perhaps not surprising that she is wary of marriage.'Well, he’s given me a ring every year so I don’t want to stop that,’ she says delivering what sounds like a well-rehearsed punch line. Laffoon dragged her through the legal system, resulting in Heche being ordered to pay him a lump sum of 5,000 plus ,700 per month in child support.'What I find upsetting is not that I provide for him, although that’s not my favourite thing in life,’ she says.'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.