Anne Heche’s children: All you need to know about the actor’s sons.
On August 5, Anne Heche was engaged in a terrible vehicle accident in Los Angeles. According to her spokesman, the actor suffered from “serious anoxic brain damage.” Heche is “legally dead,” and is being kept on life support for organ donation considerations.
The actress, best known for her roles in “Men in Trees” and “Donnie Brasco,” is the mother of two boys, Homer Laffoon, 20, and Atlas Heche Tupper, 13, whom she has with ex-husbands Coley Laffoon and James Tupper.
From 2002 to 2009, she was married to Laffoon, a real estate dealer. Heche and Tupper, both 57, have been together for almost a decade after meeting on the filming of the 2006 TV drama “Men in Trees.” They declared their divorce in 2018.
Homer delivered the following statement on the day Heche was certified legally dead, expressing that Atlas and he both lost their mothers. He is left with a profound, indescribable grief after six days of nearly astonishing emotional swings. Perhaps, his mother is no longer in pain and is starting to think about what he envisioned to be her everlasting freedom. Thousands of friends, relatives, and admirers expressed their love for him over the course of six days. He is grateful for their affection, as well as the support of his father, Coley, and stepmother, Alexi, who have been and continue to be his rock through this difficult time. He concluded by saying, ” Mom, rest in peace, I love you, Homer.”
Heche frequently spoke about motherhood and wrote about it in a People column. She also mentioned being a proud mother of two sons.
She plays football and baseball and is doing things she never dreamed she’d be doing. They adore anything with a ball, the star told parenting website Breezy Mama in 2013. Boys, on the other hand, are cuddlers and lovers. When they are tired, they enjoy sitting and cuddling with their mother. That’s a boy’s blessing.
Heche’s first son, Homer, was born in March 2002. Heche mentioned feeling joyful at that moment when Homer was five. It’s strange how life leads one on various travels. Actually, she has lived a number of lives. She’d want to stay in this one for a while, she remarked.
Heche published a blog article for People in 2012 about taking Homer to tennis summer camp and feeling proud of his progress over the three weeks.
She penned that it is what one wants for their children. A hope — a sense of fulfilment that when one works, one can offer them with whatever that makes them feel good about themselves. That’s all. The battle of the mothers. The good, terrible, and ugly. The present. Everything revolves around them. And what she discovered this summer is that if you truly reach out to them, for them, they will come to embrace it.
Homer uploaded a flashback photo of himself and his mother during a screening of “Michael Jackson’s This Is It” in 2017. Heche is seen cuddling young Homer from behind in the touching photo.
Homer has a talent for mathematics, as per his father, a recent high school graduate. “Goodbye, junior year.” “This is what a guy looks like when he gets a 96 on a math final test,” an ecstatic Coley Laffoon posted on Instagram at the time. “And he knows all there is to know about everything.” I’m in charge of that motor in your head.”
Atlas Heche Tupper
Atlas Heche Tupper Heche has commented about Homer’s strong relationship with his brother Atlas. They have a sense of humour, according to Heche.
Both of her children make her laugh. She played a game with Atlas in which he attempts to hit a Waffle ball with a bat one-handed while sprinting, she said to People in 2017. He’s incredibly coordinated, but if he makes a mistake, he’ll yell, ‘Mom, go grab it!’ So he’s practically converted her into a dog.
Heche revealed her and Atlas’ unexpected dance parties when speaking with the newspaper.
They put on some music and go down. She also includes it into her exercise, and she’ll have him join her to make it more enjoyable, she explained. Atlas’ favourite song is ‘My House’ (by Flo Rida). ‘Google, play ‘Welcome to My House,’ he’ll constantly say. He’s a committed and loyal youngster