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Mark Lee (sportscaster)

Mark Lee
Born 1955/1956 (age 57–58)
Ottawa, Ontario
Alma mater Carleton University (1975–1980)
Occupation CBC Sports broadcaster
Spouse(s) Carol
Children 3
Awards Gemini Award, ACTRA Award (2)
Mark Lee
Playing career
Carleton Ravens 1975–1978
Position(s) Quarterback
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Mark Lee (born c. 1956) is a Canadian sportscaster for CBC Sports who has covered women's ice hockey, Olympic games and the Pan Am Games. He was born in Ottawa around 1956[1] to William and Doreen Croswell Lee, and he attended the Earl of March Secondary School in Ottawa.[2][3] He quarterbacked the Carleton Ravens football team for four years, graduating with a journalism degree. He then worked as a news anchor at CFCF radio in Montreal. Lee then moved to Toronto where he worked at CBC Radio as a national sports reporter where he also hosted the sports magazine show The Inside Track.

Lee currently works as the Western Conference play-by-play voice for Hockey Night in Canada. In addition, he currently reads most of the pre-recorded continuity and sponsorship announcements on CBC Sports broadcasts (such as "The following is a [live] presentation of CBC Sports"). For the 2008 Summer Olympics, Lee covered the track and field events for CBC.[4]

Lee has earned a Gemini Award, two ACTRA Awards.[5] He lives in Cambridge, Ontario with his family.[6]


External links

  • Biography of Mark Lee at CBC Sports
  • ACTRA awards database
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