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Premiered at the 2001 Toronto International Film Festival, the film received a DVD release in 2005.She appeared as a hospital administrator in the thriller John Q, about a father and husband (Denzel Washington) whose son is diagnosed with an enlarged heart.The New York Times found Heche to be "consequential" in her portrayal, and comparing her to Mary-Louise Parker and Jennifer Jason Leigh, who had previously played her character in other productions of the play, stated: "[...] Ms.Heche, whose stage experience is limited and who is making her New York stage debut at 33, plays the part with a more appeasing ear and more conventional timing, her take on the character is equally viable."But I got on the phone and said, 'Send me the ticket. ' I did my time with my mom in a one-bedroom, skanky apartment and I was done." For her work on Another World, Heche received a Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Younger Actress in a Drama Series in 1991.In November 1991, Heche made her primetime television debut in an episode of Murphy Brown.In 1998, Heche portrayed Marion Crane in Gus Van Sant's horror remake Psycho.A highly publicized relationship with comedian Ellen De Generes was followed by a significant downturn in Heche's career, although she has continued to act, appearing in the well-received independent films Birth (2004), Spread (2009), Cedar Rapids (2011), Rampart (2011), and Catfight (2016).
Although he never came out as homosexual, "He was in complete denial until the day he died. Shortly before her high school graduation in 1987, Heche was offered a dual role on the daytime soap opera Another World. My mother was very religious and maybe she thought it was a sinner’s world," Heche stated.
In the updated version, she took on the role originally played by Janet Leigh, Marion Crane, an embezzler who arrives at an old motel run by serial killer Norman Bates (played by Vince Vaughn in their second collaboration).
Psycho earned mediocre reviews, and despite a US million budget, it made a lukewarm US.1 million worldwide.
In an otherwise negative review of the film, Janet Maslin of The New York Times felt that Heche was "refreshingly cast in Marion's role", while noting that her portrayal was "as almost as demure as Ms.
Leigh's, yet she's also more headstrong and flirty".