Meet Laila Ali, Host of Home Made Simple

Learn a little more about Home Made Simple TV’s talented host, Laila Ali.

Meet Laila Ali, Host of Home Made Simple

Learn a little more about Home Made Simple TV’s talented host, Laila Ali.

Laila Ali is a world-class athlete, fitness and wellness advocate, TV host, home chef, founder of the Laila Ali Lifestyle Brand and mother of two. The daughter of the late beloved global icon and humanitarian Muhammad Ali, Laila is heralded as the most successful female in the history of women’s boxing. She is a four-time undefeated boxing world champion whose stellar record includes 24 wins (21 of which were “knockouts”) and zero losses.

A home chef, Laila previously appeared twice on Food Network’s celebrity edition of “Chopped” and emerged victorious as the champion. Continuing her passion in the cooking space, Laila was the host of “Late Night Chef Fight,” an exciting food truck cooking competition show that has aired for multiple seasons on the FYI Network. She has appeared in various cooking segments on “Rachael Ray,” “Dr. Oz” and “The Chew,” and has cooked her famous oven-baked fried chicken on Steve Harvey’s hit daytime talk show.

For multiple seasons she hosted “Everyday Health,” airing in national syndication on ABC, in addition to being the previous co-host of “American Gladiators” and former host of “All in with Laila Ali,” which aired in weekend syndication on CBS.

Laila is very excited about her cookbook, “Food For Life,” available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble. Staying true to her entrepreneurial spirit, Laila has also created her own line of organic seasonings called Laila Ali Spice Blends and a high-quality line of nutrition supplements called YouPlenish.

Fueled by her passion for an active lifestyle and her desire to share it with her followers, she started her own lifestyle blog, “Laila Ali Lifestyle,” where she regularly posts workout tips, recipes, DIY ideas, marriage and family tips, and so much more.

She and her husband, former NFL star Curtis Conway, live in Los Angeles with their two children, son Curtis Jr. and daughter Sydney.