Fleur De Wit – English / French / Dutch

Fleur was born in Thailand and grew up in Singapore and Brussels. She moved to the UK to read Classics at Oxford before training as an actor at East 15.

Since graduating from East 15, Fleur has performed in some of London’s most celebrated Off-West End venues. Most recently, she played Henry Bolingbroke in a critically acclaimed production of Shakespeare’s Richard II at the Jack Studio Theatre, now nominated for a Standing Ovation award from London Pub Theatres Magazine as well as two Off West End awards, including Best Ensemble.

From a mixed Franco-Belgian-Dutch background, Fleur is a native speaker of English, French, and Dutch, which gives her an unusual fluency with both English and European characters. Her TV credits include co-star parts in the latest season of the Amazon spy series Alex Rider, set in Amsterdam, and in the fifth season of Netflix’s The Crown.

Fleur does presenter and voiceover work in all three languages; she regularly narrates audiobook titles for Audible and lends her voice to non-player characters in video games such as GWENT: The Witcher Card Game. Her corporate clients have included LEGO, Microsoft, Whirlpool, Bumble and Korean Air, and she has featured in commercials for Snug Sofas, NowTV and Fanta.

Music is central to Fleur’s life, and she gigs as a singer in venues around London as part of a jazz & cabaret duo. She’s mad about jazz, and she tries to bring the same spirit of playfulness, authenticity, and connection to the present moment to all her acting work.

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