Actor Mark Lee juggled his film directorial debut with taking care of his sick daughter

(From left) Love 97.2FM radio DJs Chen Biyu, Marcus Chin, Mark Lee and Dennis Chew. Mark Lee made his directorial debut with the film Make It Big Big, a semi-biographical account of his life as well as those of his three radio DJ partners. PHOTO: GOLDEN VILLAGE
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SINGAPORE - The last year (2018) has been a particularly taxing one for home-grown actor Mark Lee, who had to split his time between two important things - finishing up his directorial feature debut as well as caring for his sick daughter. But he chose to remain positive.

"I realised that it's possible to do two things at once and to do both properly. There were some days when I felt so anxious and stressed, but I told myself that it was important to just keep going.

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