A native of Houston, TX, actress Leven Rambin acquired an interest in drama via performances in school plays, and then studied acting at the nearby Houston School of Film and Theatre. Rambin's decision to subsequently relocate to Los Angeles led to one of her first and most visible roles: that of Lily Montgomery, an autistic teen, on the seminal American soap All My Children (an assignment later broadened by the network when they had Rambin also portray Lily's half sister, Ava). The ingenue's work on Children earned her a 2006 Daytime Emmy nomination for Younger Leading Actress; in the meantime, she also landed a role on the unusual, short-lived prime-time drama series The Book of Daniel. She was cast in the TV series Scoundrels in 2010 and played the recurring role of Mark Sloan's daughter on Grey's Anatomy. In 2012, she would be part of her biggest success to date when she was cast as Glimmer in the highly successful adaptation of The Hunger Games. Rambin played a demigod in Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters and had recurring roles on both the CW series The Tomorrow People and the second season of HBO's True Detective.
Biography by Nathan Southern
- Studied acting at the Houston School of Film and Theatre.
- Was nominated in 2006 and 2007 for a Daytime Emmy for Younger Leading Actress in a Drama Series for her work on All My Children.
- Helped design her custom engagement ring.
- Hobbies include hiking and boxing.
- Is passionate about fashion and spreading autism awareness.