|Also known as:||Sandra Stillman, Lois Aires, Loios Ayers, Lois Ayers, Lana Alberts, Lana Albert, Sondra Stillman, Lonnie Harris, Sondra Sitllman|
|Born:||May 24, 1963|
|Bra/cup size:||36D (80D)|
|Height:||5 ft 7 in (1.70 m)|
|Shown:||Topless, Bush, Full frontal, Pink|
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Ayres dropped out of High School in 1980, during her junior year to move to Los Angeles. She soon after got her GED.
She first entered the adult industry in 1982 by modelling for adult magazines and her mom that wrote the original letter for Lois to send to a magazine pitching herself. Lois debuted in her first X-rated movie performing in a girl-girl scene for the 1984 release Surrender in Paradise having been in a few non-sex role releases the previous year. Her first boy-girl scene was with Ron Jeremy in the 1984 release Pink Lagoon (aka Return To Paradise & The Pink Lagoon: A Sex Romp in Paradise) and she admitted that she was in the business initially purely for the paycheck however she grew to enjoy it and not just focus on the pay check. In 1986, her career reached Superstar status after landing the role of Justine Jones in The Devil in Miss Jones parts 3 & 4.
Commenting on the industry around 2005 she stated "I liked it better the way things used to be when it was like everyone belonged to one big family. When Amber and Ginger Lynn, Nina Hartley, Sharon Mitchell and myself were headlining, it seemed more close-knit. We were all friends. Nowadays people are so into themselves, and that's why there is so much backstabbing going on among female performers. They are all trying to one-up each other. The business was more laid back ten years ago."
Lois quit porn in 1989 to recover from drug addiction before returning a couple of years later. She also began feature dancing in this time period. In 1992, she divorced her long time husband. Ayres spent most of 1996 stripping in Japan where she earned around US$30,000 a week.
Ayres was recognized for her contributions to the adult industry by being inducted into the AVN Hall of Fame in 1998.