Lesli has been nominated for the 2007 Emmy Award in the Outstanding Supporting Actress category.
Lesli's favorite website is ebay.com.
Lesli's favorite tv shows are Nip Tuck and Dancing with the Stars
Lesli enjoys rollerblading as a way to keep in shape.
In 2006, Lesli began writing a book about her past battles with bulimia, entitled Suicide From The Inside Out.
Lesli's first pet was a small dog named Mr Chips.
Lesli did a commerical for Sight and Save.
As B&B are planning on depicting her character's struggle to overcome cancer, Executive Producer/Head Writer Bradley Bell has asked Lesli to shave her head. She has agreed to go bald rather than wear a skull cap.
There was a scare when her first child, Jackson William, was being born; the umbilical cord was wrapped around his neck.
Lesli learns her lines while exercising on her treadmill each night.
Lesli is friends with Tv's psychic John Edwards.
Lesli's Dad and cousin both died of cancer.
If Lesli was not an actress she would of liked to have been a surgeon.
Lesli doesn't eat sweets.
Lesli enjoys kickboxing.
Lesli is a fish eating vegetarian.
Lesli first worked as a model when she was 15 years old.
Lesli appeared in the film Carpool Guy in 2005.
Lesli joined the cast of The Bold And The Beautiful in November, 2005.
Lesli appeared in the movie called The Other Sister in 1999.
In 1991 Lesli was a contestant on Wheel Of Fortune and won over $22,000 in prizes.
Lesli made her daytime television debut on the soap opera Ryan's Hope.
Lesli is writing a book about her experiences with bulimia.
Lesli married Mark Sterling in 1992 but the couple divorced in 1999.
Lesli has appeared on four different ABC soap operas.
Lesli grew up in Charleston, West Virginia.
Lesli appeared in the film Guarded Secrets in 1997.
Lesli and Keith have two sons called Jackson and Alec.
Lesli is married to former As The World Turns co star Keith Coulouris.
Whilst at college Lesli appeared in many regional stage productions.
Lesli attended Colorado State University where she earned a BA in theater and speech communications.
Lesli has worked behind the scenes for MTV.
Lesli currently lives in Los Angeles.
Lesli has worked as a model.
Lesli has appeared on six different daytime soap operas.
Lesli has two brothers and her mother is a therapist.
Lesli was a cheerleader at high school.
Lesli's star sign is Gemini.
Lesli Kay recently joined 'The Bold and the Beautiful' on November 30, in the [recasted] role of Felecia Forrester.
Lesli: You don't fear for your job on B&B. The people at B&B have been here for 19 years. Everyone feels very secure. I think a lot of shows like to have people in fear for their jobs. At B&B's 19-th anniversary party, my husband said to [Executive Producer Head Writer] Brad Bell, 'Obviously, you do something right. I've never seen such a happy group of people, who have known each other this long'. They've welcomed me so openly - it's really an amazing experience!
- on B&B.
Lesli: Laugh, laugh, laugh! My husband Keith and I had a really bad year, last year. I was pregnant, written off General Hospital and couldn't get a job while I was pregnant. Keith wasn't really working and we had nothing to keep us afloat. We were down to our last couple thousand dollars. We moved into this crappy apartment and the air-conditioning wasn't working - it was 100 degrees! We then moved into a cheap hotel when Alec was a month old. Keith had me hysterical on the floor laughing. If we could get through those moments then we could get through anything.
- on how she personally deals with stress.
Lesli: Strong-willed, sarcastic, independent. She loves being around her family so I think she'll stick around this time for the pure fact that in her time of need, they were there. For the first time, she has a bond with her mother, so I think she'll never leave. Don't worry though; she won't always get along with her mother! I think Felicia is a delicious, yummy character, even if she comes and goes.
- on her B&B character, Felicia.
Lesli: I lived the research for the part. My dad had colon cancer that metastasised to the liver, but I also met so many people in the hospital who were having transplants when my dad was. That was 11 years ago, so things have come a long way since then. To those who say 'B&B shouldn't be telling the story in a positive way, they're making a mockery of this disease', I disagree. It's not a mythical storyline; people have survived with stage -three liver cancers, so it's not crazy
- when asked what research she did to play a role of someone with cancer.
Lesli: It's creepy! With Felicia, there's always a bit of laughter within the context of the scenes because she tries to find the humour in the situation. The nearer you get to that point, the more okay with it you are. But when it came time for Felicia to leave her son, she was not ready for it, and that I get..
- on portraying her character on her deathbed.
Lesli: It's a very real story. Viewers can understand it because they may have faced it, or their loved ones may have faced it. A friend of mine survived colon cancer.
- on her character's cancer story.