Leah grew up in Lexington, Ohio and through her high school drama department and through the Richland Academy of Performing Arts, she fell in love with theatre. There she attended a production of Arabian Nights, and from that moment on, began voice lessons at age fifteen and auditioned and performed in their productions. Later, she would participate in the shows at the Renaissance Theatre in Mansfield, Ohio.
Leah attended The Ohio State University for two years, then continued her undergraduate at Bowling Green State University where she earned her Bachelor of Arts in Communications, specializing in Musical Theatre. At college, she was able to hone her skills in all areas of theatre which included acting, singing, dancing, and costume and technical design/production.
Since then, she has traveled to London and Greece to explore theatre and her roots. She is a proud graduate (Cum Laude) as of May 2015. Leah is a proud Greek and Italian American and her Yiayia’s baklava is the best you’ll ever try.