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    We fell in love with her from the moment she uttered ” Daddy I’m in trouble ” on July 6,1987, her debut on Another World. Fearless on screen as an actress. Possessing a talent and gutsy charisma that demanded our attention. She made each episode more than just ” must see TV “, it was an event. Conventional was a word that didn’t exist in her work. She dared to be brilliant. Her place on the Mt. Rushmore of the five best actresses in the history of daytime was well earned.

    Daytime knew and loved you as Vicky Hudson/Marley Love and the world knew you as Anne Heche. May you find peace in sleep that escaped you in life.

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    I always will associate her with Psycho, Six Days, Seven Nights, and Silver Bells.

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    Berlin2002,

    Thank you!

    I am still stunned by this. I am sorry it happened.

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    It still feels unreal to be talking about Anne Heche in the past tense – this fearless warrior whose boundless passion in standing in her truth and advocating love and acceptance made us believe she were immortal. My introduction to Another World in the early 90’s began with Jensen Buchanan already in the role of twins Vicky and Marley; unfortunately, I wasn’t familiar with Heche’s portrayal. Watching back some of the clips of Heche’s work, though, including her Emmy-winning reel (which were kindly posted in this forum’s Top Younger Actress Wins thread), it’s clear just what a force of nature she was. She wasn’t just a great dramatic actress, but would prove to have wonderful comedic timing as well. She excelled at everything she set her heart to.
    She was and will forever remain an inspiration to so many.

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    We fell in love with her from the moment she uttered ” Daddy I’m in trouble ” on July 6,1987, her debut on Another World. Fearless on screen as an actress. Possessing a talent and gutsy charisma that demanded our attention. She made each episode more than just ” must see TV “, it was an event. Conventional was a word that didn’t exist in her work. She dared to be brilliant. Her place on the Mt. Rushmore of the five best actresses in the history of daytime was well earned.

    Daytime knew and loved you as Vicky Hudson/Marley Love and the world knew you as Anne Heche. May you find peace in sleep that escaped you in life.

    Who are the other 4 actresses on your Mount Rushmore list?

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    Wow, you didn’t ask me, but you left me thinking about the Mount Rushmore question. There are so many actresses who were so great during specific periods or storylines, but I am thinking here about the whole body of work, and I think longevity was also a factor.

    Mine would be Susan Flannery, Heather Tom, Beverlee McKinsey, Maura West and Erika Slezak.

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