• Anne Heche was declared dead on Aug. 12
  • She had spent spending three days on life support
  • Her final resting place is mentioned in her death certificate

Actor Anne Heche, who died last week following a car crash in California, will soon be laid to rest.

The actress, famous for her roles in a string of Hollywood masterpieces, will be buried in the Hollywood Forever Cemetery in Los Angeles, alongside other prominent figures of the entertainment business such as George Harrison, Woody Herman, and David White, according to her death certificate obtained by E! Online.

Details about when she will be buried haven't yet been revealed. Her body was cremated on Aug. 18.

Heche, 53, was involved in a car crash on Aug. 5 in Los Angeles. She was driving her Mini Cooper, which suddenly lost control and swerved into a two-story house, coming to a halt 30 feet inside the residence, the Los Angeles Fire Department had said at the time. Her car had erupted into flames.

Heche suffered several life-threatening injuries all over her body, as well as a "severe anoxic brain injury," which disrupted the oxygen supply to her brain. The Los Angeles County Medical examiner-coroner had ruled her death accidental, and listed a sternal fracture due to a blunt force trauma as the reason for her passing.

The award-winning actress was declared brain dead on Aug. 12, and was taken off life support on Aug. 15 after her donated organs matched with a recipient.

In a statement on Heche's death the same day, her representative referred to her as a "blight light," "a loving mother" and "a loyal friend."

"Anne will be deeply missed but she lives on through her beautiful sons, her iconic body of work, and her passionate advocacy. Her bravery for always standing in her truth, spreading her message of love and acceptance, will continue to have a lasting impact," her representative told E! Online back then.

In her illustrious career spanning four decades, Heche appeared in films like "Psycho," "Donnie Brasco," "Men in Trees," "Six Days Seven Nights," among others. She made her TV debut in 1987 on the soap opera "Another World," a role for which she bagged a Daytime Emmy. Heche famously dated Ellen DeGeneres from 1997 to 2000.

The star is survived by her 20-year-old son Homer Laffoon, whom she shares with ex-husband Coleman Laffoon and 13-year-old son Atlas Heche Tupper, whom she shared with ex-boyfriend James Tupper.

Actress Anne Heche Legally Dead At 53 After Car Crash
Actress Anne Heche Legally Dead At 53 After Car Crash