14 July 1984
Auckland, New Zealand
||2001 – present
Fleur Saville (born 14 July 1984 in Auckland) is a New Zealand television actress best known for her roles in the television sitcoms Being Eve and The Tribe in which she became known to international audiences for her portrayal of Ruby. Saville is acting on New Zealand soap opera Shortland Street, playing the personal assistant Libby Jeffries for the CEO of Shortland Street Hospital.
Saville has many interests, including horse riding and martial arts. She also enjoys a close friendship with actresses who play her on-screen sisters, Anna Jullienne and Faye Smythe.
Saville has played many theatrical roles on stage and in theatres all around the country, such as The Sound of Music, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and the musical production of Oliver!.
Fleur has done many voice overs for Television Commercials, including Wella Bellady, Environment Waikato, Road Safety, Route 66 & McDonalds.