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Fiona Xie caught everyone by surprise when she suddenly announced her retirement from showbiz in 2009.
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.
Initially apprehensive about a return to television, she finally agreed to the project because of the drama’s executive producer, Kenneth Liang.
"Myrna said E'Dena told her that when she was a teenager, she and Morgan went to dinner at a friend's house one evening.
Morgan Freeman may have robbed his ex-wife's daughter's cradle.
They stopped just short of having intercourse," a family insider told The Enquirer.
Last August Freeman was in a car accident with Demaris Meyer, 48, another suspected mistress.
After all, she was one of the more popular actresses at that time, being part of Mediacorp’s Seven Princesses lineup alongside Felicia Chin, Jeanette Aw and Joanne Peh.
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.