Leslie Glass


Is Leslie Glass Dead or Still Alive? Leslie Glass Birthday and Date of Death

Leslie Glass

Leslie Glass Death

Leslie passed away on August 4, 2000 at the age of 36 in Baltimore, Maryland, United States. Leslie's cause of death was cancer.

Leslie Glass death quick facts:
  • When did Leslie Glass die?

    August 4, 2000
  • How did Leslie Glass die? What was the cause of death?

  • How old was Leslie Glass when died?

  • Where did Leslie Glass die? What was the location of death?

    Baltimore, Maryland, United States

Leslie Glass Birthday and Date of Death

Leslie Glass was born on October 4, 1963 and died on August 4, 2000. Leslie was 36 years old at the time of death.

Birthday: October 4, 1963
Date of Death: August 4, 2000
Age at Death: 36

Leslie Glass - Biography

Leslie Glass was an American adult movie star who was born on October 4, 1963.
She is remembered for being the 1994 Penthouse Pet of the Year Runner-up. She also founded Pet-4-Pets, an animal rescue and care organization. Born Leslie Fisher in Baltimore, Maryland, she began her career in boxing circles as one of the girls who surrounded Boxer Mike Tyson in the late 1980s. In early 1992, she was offered a chance at a photo spread in Penthouse Magazine, and became the Penthouse Pet for February 1992.

After several layouts, she became one of the more sought-after models in the industry, and made several showings in Penthouse films. By late 1994, she was receiving offers to make hardcore adult films, and began with Vivid Studios. In 1996, she married Ghyslain Lacoste, and founded an animal rescue and care organization, Pet-4-Pets, to take care of homeless and abused animals. She was known in the adult film industry as a mentor and counselor for industry newcomers, and for her compassionate willingness to help others. In June 1998, she was diagnosed with cancer of the liver, colon and ovaries.
When her medical payments quickly began to reach $30,000 a month, her illness stirred the adult film industry, and its members banded together to raise money for her treatment. Because of this support, she lived almost two years longer than the doctors believed possible. She died of cancer in her hometown of Baltimore, Maryland at the age of 36.