Born in Highgate, London and educated at Arts Educational School, London, Ayshea was trained in ballet, music, drama and dance. She made her film debut at age 9 as an uncredited extra at in Tom Thumb. At seventeen, she was signed to her first record company, Philips Fontana. She made appearances on various TV promotional shows such as Thank Your Lucky Stars and Discotheque. It was Granada TV's Producer Muriel Young who hired Ayshea to present and star in her own pop show, Lift Off with Ayshea in 1969. The series ran for 144 episodes until 1974.
Ayshea was a regular on TV celebrity shows such as The Golden Shot and Celebrity Squares. As an actress, she appeared on Jason King and had a recurring role on ATV's UFO. After starring in pantomimes and summer shows all over the UK, Ayshea then built up a large following for her live cabaret performances.
Ayshea and Chris Brough were divorced in the 1970s. It was at this time that she represented Great Britain at the World Song Festival (Tokyo) with a song written for her by Elton John, entitled "The Flowers Will Never Die".
Following an engagement to Roy Wood, who produced her single "Farewell", she later married Steve Alder who was starring as Jesus Christ in the Andrew Lloyd Webber/Tim Rice musical, "Jesus Christ Superstar".
Ayshea moved to Los Angeles and appeared in the movies "Demolition Man" and "Gotcha". Married to the CBS President, Michael I Levy, Beverly Hills became her permanent home. For many years, she was a well known Beverly Hills socialite and ran a property development and interior design business.
In 2000 Ayshea moved back to the UK to be close to her mother, Rose.
- "Eeny Meeny"
- "Celebration of the Year"
- "Master Jack"
- "Mr White's White Flying Machine"
- "Old Fashioned Love Song"
- "Another Without You Day"
- Lift Off with Ayshea
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