Ann Haish’s memoir released: I was labeled “outrageous” because I fell in love with a woman

In her memoir, which she has been working on for the past year, the late actress Anne Haish shares fond memories of her relationship with Ellen DeGeneres in the late 1990s, when they were among the first openly gay couples in Hollywood, the Associated Press reported.

“I’ve been labeled outrageous because I fell in love with a woman. I’ve never been with a woman before Ellen,” Hayes writes in Call Me Anne, due out in the US. in January The actress, known for her roles in “Johnny Brasco” and “Let’s Bark the Dogs,” died on Aug. 14 at age 53 after a car accident in Los Angeles.

The publisher said he signed a contract with Heish in May and that she gave him the manuscript shortly before she died. In her memoirs, she writes about how Harrison Ford was her mentor, tells stories with Alec Baldwin, Oliver Stone and other stars, writes BTA.

American actress Anne Heish died on August 12 – a week after she crashed her car. She died of inhalation trauma and burns following the fire caused by the car accident, and her death has been ruled an accident.

The popular actress also suffered a broken sternum as a result of “blunt force trauma,” according to information posted on the Los Angeles County medical examiner’s website.

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