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Fiona Xie caught everyone by surprise when she suddenly announced her retirement from showbiz in 2009.
“While it’s a bit sad for me, at the same time, everyone in the family is spending time together and it’s a heartwarming experience.” In fact, playing the role of a psychiatrist in upcoming Channel 5 drama Left Behind was a source of strength for her at a difficult time.
Speaking at a media session held at Mediacorp on June 14, she says in English: “It gave a lot more meaning to do this role because I was dishing out all this advice day in and out to all my patients in the show, and they were actually daily reminders for myself to be strong and to go on, and to really live life.” Fiona’s last high-profile role was as the female lead in the Malaysian movie, (2012), opposite Taiwanese actor Mike He.
There was also the pride factor, something she had talked about with fellow comeback kid Sharon Au. It’s so scary to return when I left on that good note.” The bombshell shot to fame after her role as an impish genie in the 2001 TV comedy , and she was once part of Mediacorp’s heavily promoted line-up of Seven Princesses.
Back then, she was one of the most popular actresses on Channel 8 along with the likes of Felicia Chin, Jeanette Aw and Joanne Peh.
Fiona Xie might have set the hearts of many of her male fans fluttering on Tuesday (14 June) when the local television darling revealed that she is single.
At a press conference to announce her comeback role in the Channel 5 drama “Left Behind”, the 34-year-old Xie dropped a bombshell by saying that she was previously engaged.“For the very first time, I am actually single…
With the boy in mind, Xie hoped that her performance in the drama would give a voice to Singaporeans who are struggling in life.
" data-reactid="25"The star, who shot to fame in the Channel 8 sitcom “My Genie” in 2001, was widely remembered by her fans for a scene in the 2004 drama “The Champion”, where she ran down Orchard Road wearing only a bikini alongside fellow actresses Jeanette Aw, Felicia Chin and Joyce Chao.
The 34-year-old, who shot to fame after her role as an impish genie in the 2001 TV comedy , yesterday revealed the real reason for her return to the small screen after seven years.
Choking back tears at her first major press conference here, she says that her return to showbusiness has unfortunately coincided with a family member falling ill.
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