Call Me Crazy

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Scribner, 2001 - Biography & Autobiography - 251 pages
A beautifully written and evocative memoir of pain and redemption, of hurt and healing, from an actress whose private life and personal choices have made her a household name.

"My life is a life movies are made of," wrote Anne Heche in the proposal for her memoir. Yet what is truly surprising about Heche is that the most publicized event of her past -- her romance with Ellen DeGeneres -- is only one development in a fascinating and difficult life that has included more than its share of heartache and tragedy.

Heche's memoir reveals the woman behind the headlines, one who has conquered overwhelming odds. Far from a celebrity memoir, this is an empowering and thought-provoking book guaranteed to surprise and inspire.

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Contents

Prologue
13
Part
15
The Great Escape
17
Copyright

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About the author (2001)

Anne Heche was born in Aurora, Ohio. She won an Emmy for playing twins Marley Hudson and Victoria McKinnon on Another World. Since then, she has appeared in a number of films, including Volcano, Wag the Dog, and 6 Days, 7 Nights. Her TV appearances include a guest stint on Ally McBeal, and she wrote and directed the final segment of the HBO drama If These Walls Could Talk II. She lives in Los Angeles, California.

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