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The Last TV Show Anne Heche Was In Before She Died

Anne Heche has died at 53 due to a devastating brain injury after she crashed her car into a home in Los Angeles. The actress had a long, successful career in Hollywood on the big and small screen. Heche is most known for her work in "Donnie Brasco," playing Maggie, the love interest of Johnny Depp's character. She would go on to star in the famous disaster film "Volcano" alongside Tommy Lee Jones and later "Six Days Seven Nights" with Harrison Ford.

Later in her career, Heche steered toward television projects, as she publicly stated she was blacklisted from studio films for her romantic relationship with Ellen Degeneres (via Page Six). Heche appeared on two episodes of "Ellen" and later seven episodes of "Ally McBeal." Other notable TV credits for the actress include "Everwood," "Nip/Tuck," and "Men in Trees." She had another television series yet to come out, which is set to land on one of the most popular streaming platforms. This project will mark her final TV appearance.

Anne Heche's last TV role is a risqué production

According to IMDb, Anne Heche's last television role is on the upcoming HBO Max series "The Idol." Heche's role is currently unspecified, with Variety noting it's a recurring part. The new series is highly risqué, from the minds of The Weeknd and Sam Levinson. The show stars Lily-Rose Depp as Jocelyn, a rising pop star who wins the affection of a cult leader played by The Weeknd. The series is currently without a release date, but the trailer promises it's coming soon.

Heche had a long history with television series, getting her start on "Another World" in 1984, which earned her a Daytime Emmy. She also had a prominent role on HBO's "Hung," playing Jessica Haxon alongside Thomas Jane. Heche also appeared as Dep. Superintendent Katherine Brennan on "Chicago P.D." and Patricia Campbell on "The Brave." The actress also dabbled in voice work, voicing Suyin Beifong on "The Legend of Korra" and Cherry Cream Soda on "Adventure Time."