Rep says Anne H is ‘not expected to survive’

Actress Anne H was in a coma and was not expected to survive her injuries. A car accident last weekAccording to a statement released Thursday night by his publicist on behalf of his family and friends.

Ms H, 53, was seriously injured on August 5 when the Mini Cooper she was traveling in crashed into a house in the Mar Vista neighborhood of Los Angeles, authorities said. He suffered a severe anoxic brain injury and was treated at the Grossman Burn Center at West Hills Hospital, a family statement said.

“It has long been his wish to donate his organs and he has been placed on life support to determine if anything is possible,” the statement said.

59 firefighters battled the blaze for over an hour. The Los Angeles Fire Department said. Officers said Ms Hse was the only person in the car.

On Monday, another representative, Michael A. McConnell, told Reuters that Ms. H had been unconscious since the accident.

In 1991, Ms. H won a Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Younger Actress in a Drama Series for playing the good and evil duo on the NBC soap opera “Another World.”

In the late 1990s, he starred in several popular Hollywood films, including “Donnie Brasco,” “Walk the Dog” and “Six Days and Seven Nights.” He continued to appear in television roles, including “Men in Trees” in 2006 and “Hung” in 2009. Performed on BroadwayHe starred in “Evidence” in 2002 and “Twentieth Century” in 2004, for which he received a Tony nomination.

He has several projects in post-production. According to IMDb, including the Alec Baldwin movie “Supercell” and the HBO show “The Idol.” She recently wrapped up the Lifetime movie “Girl in Room 13,” which is slated to hit the screens in September. Miscellaneous report.

Mike Ives Contributed reporting from Seoul.

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