At one point in her career, Emmy Award-winning actress Anne Heche was in danger of being remembered more for her episodes of eccentric behavior and volatile relationships than for her considerable acting talent. After an early breakout role on the soap opera "Another World" (NBC, 1964-1999) in 1987, the actress gradually built up her feature film résumé, leading to starring roles in major films like "Donnie Brasco" (1997) and "Volcano" (1997) opposite several of Hollywood's biggest leading men. The 1997 revelation of Heche's change in sexuality and her unexpected romance with comedienne Ellen DeGeneres, however, left audiences and studio execs scratching their heads. Professional disappointments like the adventure-romance "Six Days, Seven Nights" (1998) and an ill-advised shot-for-shot remake of Hitchcock's "Psycho" (1998) were but a prelude to the actress' own personal collapse, which culminated with Heche leaving DeGeneres and suffering an extremely bizarre emotional breakdown in 2001. Despite popular opinion that her career was over, Heche returned with a respectably reviewed, if not ratings-favored dramedy series, "Men in Trees" (ABC, 2006-08). Diverse, well-written roles on the racy cable series "Hung" (HBO, 2009-1011) and in the indie comedy "Cedar Rapids" (2011) did much to return her to critical favor. Determined to put the drama of her past behind her, Heche kept the theatrics limited to the screen as she entered yet another phase of her storied career.