'Overwhelming': Anne Heche's († 53) son continues her legacy


Writed by - Andy Gocker
  Anne Heche
Anne Heche died in August after a tragic accident. © dpa, Jordan Strauss

A second posthumous biography of the US actress Anne Heche (1969-2022) appear. Her son, Homer Laffoon (20), has now explained on his mother's Instagram account that she had completed a complete manuscript before her death - and thanked the fans of the deceased for their support. He also shared the cover of a new book called Call Me Anne. The actress previously published an autobiography, Call Me Crazy, in 2001.

Laffoon's big thanks to his mom's fans

'First things first,' the young man wrote on Instagram. 'From August to now the level of love, care and support that has been shown to me on social media and in real life has been overwhelming and a blessing - thank you so much,' the 20-year-old explains further. The Hollywood star died in Los Angeles last summer after a serious car accident . Doctors fought for the life of the 53-year-old. In the end, however, they had to declare Anne brain dead . By posting on his mother's profile, her son 'has a responsibility' to let her fans know what she was working on before her tragic passing and 'how much she would have loved to tell you guys herself.'

'My mother had a finished manuscript for a second book when she died. The book is the result of her efforts to share her story and help others where she could,' the post continued. 'So mom, here I am sharing it with the community you've created. May it thrive and take on a life of your own like you would have wanted.'

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Reading from 'Call Me Anne' on January 24th

  Anne Heche with her sons Atlas and Homer.
Anne Heche with her sons Atlas and Homer. © Instagram, Vetten, Jacqueline [RTL NEWS]

Homer also announced that a 'special event' will be held at a Los Angeles bookstore on January 24 to read from the new book. The book will also be released on that day. 'I know Mom would like to would have seen everyone smile as she reads an excerpt and signs copies,' writes her son.

At the same time, he concluded: 'I don't plan to use this platform too often, but I know that she loved her fans, that she loved to write (she wrote endlessly) and that it wouldn't feel right to write to not to report at such a time.'

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