American actress Anne Heche, who has been hospitalized for a week after her fiery car crash in Los Angeles, is in critical condition.

With more than 80 acting roles over three decades, the actress has earned most of her fortune from the entertainment industry. As of 2022, Heche reportedly has a net worth of $4 million.

The majority of her income came from her long-running career as a director, producer, screenwriter, actor and voice-over artist.

The actress made a name for herself in the industry after her dual role as twins Vicky Hudson and Marley Love in the classic soap opera "Another World" from 1987 to 1991. Her exceptional performance in the show won her two Soap Opera Digest Awards and a Daytime Emmy Award.

Heche moved to the big screen in 1993 with a moving debut in "An Ambush of Ghosts." She further received huge accolades for her acting talent in films like "I Know What You Did Summer," "Psycho," "Cedar Rapids," and "Six Days Seven Nights."

The 53-year-old is also known for her splendid work in movies like Mike Newell's crime drama "Donnie Brasco," and Joseph Ruben's thriller "Return to Paradise."

Aside from films, the actress has played a number of phenomenal roles in television series like "Hung," "Aftermath," and "Save Me." She was nominated for her primetime Emmy Award in 2014 for "Gracie's Choice."

Heche made her Broadway debut in 2002, and also participated as a contestant in the renowned dancing reality show, "Dancing With Stars."

Other than acting, Heche is known for her stint as a voice-over artist for the role of Suyin Beifong in the 2014 animation series, "The Legend of Korra."

Her relationship with comedian and talk show host Ellen DeGeneres, which started in 1997, and the events leading to their breakup in August 2020, garnered massive media and public attention.

Many raised questions regarding the impact of her relationship with Ellen on Heche's career. The actress, however, continued to thrive in the profession by bagging big roles in "Return to Paradise" and the remake of Alfred Hitchcock's classic "Psycho" made by director Gus Van Zant.

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Anne Heche is competing on Season 29 of “Dancing with the Stars.” ABC/Frank Ockenfels

Meanwhile, a recent statement issued by Heche's family through a representative Thursday said the actress is "not expected to survive." Heche had suffered a severe anoxic brain injury in the aftermath of the accident, the family said.

"Unfortunately, due to her accident, Anne Heche suffered a severe anoxic brain injury and remains in a coma, in critical condition. She is not expected to survive," the statement read.

The family added that the "Men In Trees" actress has been kept on life support to determine if her organs were viable for donation, which, according to her family, has long been her choice.