Red-haired actress Fleur Chandler was born Fleur Annette Nona von Balajthy on February 3 1948 and trained at the Rose Bruford College. She appeared frequently on the London stage,at the Chichester Festival and with the Royal Shakespeare Company in Stratford,notable as Virgilia to Alan Howard's Coriolanus. She also toured with the Middle Ground Theatre company,creating for them a memorable Lady Bracknell in 'The Importance of Being Earnest'. Television appearances included 'The Bill', 'Casualty' and 'Emmerdale'. Having been diagnosed with cancer Fleur gamely shared her experience, appearing in Nell Dunn's 'Cancer Tales' at medical conferences in Britain and abroad but sadly succumbed to it in December 2011, leaving a husband Roy Sanders,three step-children and seven grandchildren.
Fleur Chandler born?
Fleur Chandler was born in England, UK