Anne Heche and Homer Pose at Premiere

10/28/2009 at 04:00 PM ET

Staring down the camera on Tuesday evening in Los Angeles were Anne Heche and 7 ½-year-old son Homer!

The pair were at the premiere of Michael Jackson’s This Is It, held at the Nokia Theatre.

Homer is the Hung star’s child with ex-husband Coley Laffoon; she is also mom to son Atlas, 7 months, with partner James Tupper.

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Jane on

Homer is adorable!

dee on

he is a gorgeous boy.

fuzibuni on

aww… i like how they are holding each other’s hands.

kmb on

look at his inquisitive face! so cute!
but really, “homer laffoon” is a ridiculous name.

Angellica on

He is adorable!! He looks like Donald Trumps son to me~*

Jennifer on

He looks JUST like his Dad. The resemblance is unbelievable!

Lillie on

I can’t help but feel bad for this kid.

Jen DC on

He’s an adorable boy.

Claire on


No need to feel too bad, he has a loving father, mother and sort of step father. Many kids don’t even have that. I had very argumentative parents and my mom married 3 x’s it did not scar me as much as say hunger or physical abuse would. There are many other kids with FAR worse situations. I’m sure Anne is a great mom.

crimpe on

Ooh, that’s a scary look Homer’s giving the camera! Looks like either he’s miserable there or else a handful. I agree with the other posters – he is a gorgeous little boy. Reminds me of Antoine de Saint-Exupéry’s “The Little Prince.” His clothes are fabulous! Anne, I’m not feeling the hair.

Gigi on

I think they look so much alike in this pic.

Pamela on

Ah! Crimpe, I completely agree! He is the spitting image of the title character ‘A Little Prince!”

Rebecca on

He looks so much like his daddy!

miami on

if you want a child that looks like you (everybody does), then make baby with a man that looks like you. not everybody find him, but she did and had herself that cloneboy 🙂 very beautiful both of them.

Jen on

Ah Crimpe! Thank you! I was trying to figure out who he reminded me of. You totally nailed it!

kris on

crimpe – ditto to your comment. Anyone know did Anne color her hair for a role?

Claire – I think the feel bad comment might refer to the fact that his parents never have a kind word to say about each other. His Mother went on national TV and belittled and made fun of his Father. That’s just not right.

Lisa on

Hopefully Homer doesn’t have to be around when his parents are at odds with each other. I think any child has a hard time when parents are going through a divorce, and in Homer’s case, his has to be seen in the public eye at times. Coming from a divorced family, my Mother said many harsh uncalled words to me about my Father, as an adult now, I think it has affected me in my relationship with her. I am somewhat distant. My Father has passed, but I only have fond memories of him. He was always there for me and that is all that matters. Hopefully when Homer is old enough to understand, he will also know where he stands with each of his parents. Hopefully he has a great relationship with both.

Erica on

Homer is so adorable–I love his little expressions. Anne never fails to bring the crazy but I hope she and Homer’s dad keep things civil for their little guy.