Anne Heche's one-time costar Emily Bergl took to Instagram Saturday with a comprehensive post supportive of the late actress and her mental health battles, which received plaudits from Heche's ex James Tupper.Bergl, 47, who had costarred with Heche and Tupper on the ABC show Men In Trees from 2006-2008, explained how people often had misconceptions about Heche, who was pronounced dead at 53 Friday, a week after a car crash in Mar Vista, California in which she suffered severe injuries including burns and head trauma.Tupper, 57, left a comment in response to the post that read, 'Oh god thank you for writing this.
Is all completely accurate and true. love you e.' The latest: Anne Heche's Men In Trees costar Emily Bergl, 47, took to Instagram Saturday with a comprehensive post supportive of the late actress and her mental health battles, which received plaudits from Heche's ex James Tupper, 57 In her post, Bergl wrote, she was often asked by people, 'You worked with crazy Anne Heche?' and 'So how crazy was she?' noting that Heche 'elicited more curiosity than any other famous person [she'd] ever worked with.'Bergl said that Heche 'was not only a genius, but one of the most astoundingly focused and prepared actors [she'd] ever worked with. 'Anne I don’t think I ever saw her miss her mark.
I imagine she may have called for her line once or twice but I can’t recall her ever needing it. I asked her what her secret was, and she told me her first job was playing twins on Another World, so she had to memorize up to seventy pages of dialogue a day.'Bergl, who has been seen on shows such as The Marvelous Mrs.Read more on dailymail.co.uk