Heche, who has starred in such movies as the remake of Psycho and Six Days, Seven Nights and had a guest-starring role on television’s Ally McBeal, has written an autobiography to be released this week. Due to his success on Empire, Michelle brought forth a lawsuit against him a few months back claiming Terrence owes her $508,000, claiming he has not paid the additional 21 per cent of extra pay he made from starring on the hit Fox TV show. [quote]A copy of the page-long questionnaire asks actors to detail the locations of their cold sore, the length of time their cold sores last and what they are triggered by. According to the documents, they must “describe cold sore locations,” confess when the sore(s) first appeared, admit how long their cold sores usually last, disclose any potential triggers, and reveal any medications that they are taking to treat the sores, commonly known as Herpes Simplex 1. However, they are foods recommended for a heart healthy life. But according to email chains related to several different films, actors sometimes skip questions about cold sores altogether, since admitting to the secret can unleash a flurry of concerned emails from Sony execs. While prepping to film the recent release Aloha, for example, the studio learned that one of the actors — whom Radar has chosen not to identify — was taking medication for sores.
Heche says she was in the grip of voices and visions almost every waking moment for nearly seven years.