Anne Heche and Coley Laffoon Split (Oh say it’s not so!!)

Anne Heche and Hubby
Anne Heche has split from her cameraman husband Coley Laffoon, the star’s rep confirms.
The couple “have decided to separate after five years of marriage,” the actress’s rep said in a statement Wednesday. “They have requested that they be allowed their privacy at this time.”
Laffoon, 33, and Anne Heche 37, wed in 2001, and have a 4-year-old son, Homer.

Entertainment Tonight has reported that Anne is romantically involved with her costar, James Tupper. Tupper and Heche on the set of men in trees (’s rep had no comment on the relationship. Tupper split from his wife in November, according to ET. His rep had no comment.

Heche dated Ellen DeGeneres for several years before the couple broke up in 2000. In 2001, she published an autobiography, Call Me Crazy, in which she detailed her struggles with mental illness. She has also dated Steve Martin, yes that Steve Martin. And Richard Burgi.

In October, Heche said she was happy in her married life. “You hopefully have a journey where you can get healthy and find love, and fortunately I did,” she said.
Well we all lie sometimes, especially when we are ahem… boinking someone else :)

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#1 Not Ellen on 01.25.07 at 7:49 pm

My husband and I were just agreeing how Men in Trees would be a great show if she wasn’t on it. Her pasty skeletor face, perenially dirty stringy yellow hair and manic eyes are equalled by her bird-like twitching and nasal deliveries. She is so unlikeable to watch, her bizarre energy is just a reflection of her inner neurosis. The girl is just a train wreck waiting for her next victim. Unfortunately, this time it’s her child, her husband and her latest future victim’s now ex-wife. This is the woman who told Barbara Walters she has an alter ego named Celestia (or was that Sybil?) and wrote an autobiography “Call Me Crazy.”

#2 Isobel on 01.28.07 at 5:30 pm

This is just fodder for her next book, Call Me Crazy II. In it she’ll portray herself again as victim, forgetting the growing list of victims strewn behind her as she tries to find herself. Never looking within, Anne tries to find happiness by sampling everything in her path as if it was a buffet in a cheap diner. Never taking blame, she makes and breaks vows as if they were meaningless. She holds nothing sacred except following her own desire. Good luck Anne! May you be the recipient of the kind of behavior you have given to others.

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