Anne Heche and Homer go bowling on Friday

03/09/2008 at 09:25 PM ET

Men in Trees actress Anne Heche, 38, takes son Homer, 6, bowling in Los Angeles, CA on Friday. Dad is Coley Laffoon.


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Colleen on

Wow. Can’t believe he’s already six!

Amanda on

WOW! He looks just like his father!

gabriella on

He looks a lot like anne IMO

Ericka on

He’s adorable but what a HORRIBLE name.

Luci on


I think he looks just like his dad.

Jen DC on

In the first picture (profile) I thought he looked totally like his father. But in the second pic where we see him straight on, he looks like his mother!

Whomever he most resembles, I’m just glad they’ve reached some sort of equilibrium such that the vicious back-and-forth is no longer in the press.

Shannon on

How adorable. In the second picture he is really intently listening to her while she is speaking to him, what a good boy he is. And yes he looks like his dad. Beautiful child!

KIM on

I LOVE Anne Heche! She is a wonderful actress, and I will miss her show Men In Trees. Why is ABC canceling it anyway? It is my favorite show! Please ABC DON’T CANCEL THIS SHOW! I didn’t even know about this show until the end of the first season. Rerun the first season over the summer and ADVERTISE it, I know it will be a hit, if people know where to find it, WHEN it is on, etc. That seems to be the problem with a lot of great shows, you watch them for a few weeks, and all of a sudden it is gone. Either a time change, season change, hiatus, etc. How can a show survive like that?

PLEASE GIVE IT ANOTHER CHANCE! It is the only show of it’s kind on TV, it has drama, and the best humor! Thanks! Oh Anne’s son looks like a sweetie…

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