Heather Ankeny

Heather Ankeny

actress, producer, second unit director or assistant director

Heather Ankeny was born on May 21, 1975 in USA. Heather Ankeny's big-screen debut came with Tomcats directed by Gregory Poirier in 2001.

Throughout her entertainment career, Heather has managed to successfully combine her love of the arts, sports, and philanthropic service.On stage she appeared alongside Tippi Hedren in, "The Vagina Monologues," to help raise funds and awareness to end violence against women. She also acted with Richard Dreyfuss and Annette O'Toole in a staged reading of, "8," Dustin Lance Black's play chronicling the federal trial for marriage equality.She served as on-air talent with the debut team of, "Fantasy Football Now," at ESPN; a debut that garnered them a Sports Emmy in the Outstanding New Approaches - Coverage category.Heather has served as a mentor for school-aged writers through the Young Story Tellers foundation and grants wishes for Make-A-Wish LA.Along with appearing in commercials, television, and film, she was co-host of the popular podcast, "The Edge," for four years and was a regular panelist with Lance Bass on the Sirius XM radio show, "Dirty Pop Live."With Harry Lennix, Heather produced her first feature film, "H4," an ambitious African American Shakespeare adaptation, with the desire to make Shakespeare more accessible to all.

  • Birthday

    May 21, 1975
  • Place of Birth

    Centennial, Colorado, USA

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