|Birth Name||Leah Simpson|
|Other Name||Leah Ayres Hendrix,Leah Kalish|
|Birth City||Baltimore, Maryland|
|Birth Country||United States|
|No Of Children||1|
|Education||Tufts University, New York University, Pacific Oaks College|
|Date of Birth||May 28,1957|
|Married Date||November 10,1991|
Leah Ayres is a former American actress. She is prominent for playing the role of Janice Kent in the film Bloodsport and Valerie Bryson on the daytime serial The Edge of Night.
Ayres is current 63 years old. She was born on May 28, 1957, in Baltimore, Maryland, United States. Talking about her height and weight, Leah is cited to be 5 ft 8 in (1.72 m) tall and weighs 62 kg (137 lb).
The 63-year-old grew up in the Roland Park section of Baltimore and graduated from the elite Roland Park Country School. Ayres then attended both Tufts University and New York University.
She earned a degree in dance from NYU. Following this, the 63-year-old received her M.A. degree from Pacific Oaks College in Pasadena, California, in 1996.
According to Celebrity Net Worth, Ayres has an estimated net worth of $500 thousand as of 2021. Her first major role came in 1981 when she was cast as Valerie Bryson on the daytime serial The Edge of Night. She remained in the show until 1983.
A year later, Ayres starred as Cass Dayton in the television film called Velvet. The 63-year-old had also co-starred as Linda Bowman on the abbreviated third season of ABC's 9 to 5 in 1983 and played Jill Schrader on HBO sitcom 1st & Ten from 1986 to 1987.
After appearing in a recurring role as Mona Polito in St. Elsewhere, she took the role of Marcia Brady-Logan on the short-lived series The Bradys in 1990. Moreover, Leah has guest-appeared on a number of shows including Walker, Texas Ranger, Raven, Married... with Children, and Freddy's Nightmares.
Ayres married her then-boyfriend, Bruce Elliot Kalish, in a private ceremony on November 10, 1991. Bruce, 68, is a television screenwriter and producer. His notable works include 1978's The Incredible Hulk and The Amazing Spider-Man.
Her parents-in-law are veteran television producers Austin Kalish and Irma Kalish. Leah and her husband Bruce have a son, Mack Kalish (Mackenzie Austin Kalish), born on June 21, 1993.
Ayres retired from acting in 1998 and now trains and produces creativity and imagination building materials for children through her for-children company called Imaginazium.
The 63-year-old also served as the Program Director for Yoga Ed. in Los Angeles. Moreover, she co-created a book of games and visualizations for children called Yoga Kit for Kids and Games for Life.