Leven Rambin`

Leven Rambin`

Leven Rambin


Leven Rambin is an American actress making her first attempt at directing. When the movie Penny Pinchers was announced, she agreed to star in the project. Because she liked the script and felt confident she could do it.

She has three siblings, her brother, Joseph Rambin, an older half-sister, Mary Rambin, and an older half-brother, Jay Rambin. Rambin began performing in school plays, and studied at the Houston School of Film and Theatre. She also attended St. Francis Episcopal Day School, where she starred in her first school play. Before moving to New York when she got her first major role on All My Children. While acting, she has also pursued her high school diploma through the Texas Tech University Independent School District. (Source: en.wikipedia.org)


Leven Rambin is an American actress and director who is known for playing Leah in The Fault in Our Stars (2014). And Kat in Guardians of the Galaxy (2014). Rambin was born in Austin, Texas.

Rambin recently starred in The Forever Purge—the fifth film in Universal Pictures’ Purge horror franchise. Also appearing in David Fincher’s Netflix Oscar winner, Mank. The actress has also appeared on the film side in The Hunger Games, Jeff Tremaine’s Mötley Crüe biopic, The Dirt. And The Big Ugly. Starring in the thriller from Scott Wiper alongside Vinnie Jones, Malcolm McDowell, Ron Perlman and Nicholas Braun. She’s recurred on the TV side in TF1’s Gone, Hulu’s The Path, HBO’s True Detective and more. (Source: deadline.com)

Hunger Game

She continued to attend drama school where she learned that she should always be true to herself and never compromise in order to succeed. She was able to pull of the difficult hat and make an impact on the Hollywood industry. The experiences she had at drama school gave her the confidence to chase her dream as a point of focus. And determination as well as the strength to persevere through difficult times.

In 2012, she was featured as Glimmer in the sci-fi adventure flick ‘The Hunger Games’ which starred Jennifer Lawrence. Liam Hemsworth, Josh Hutcherson and Woody Harrelson. (Source: www.thefamouspeople.com)


Leven Rambin is an American actress, film director, and producer who first gained notice as a child actor. She played Lilly Caulton in David Lean's 1984 film A Passage to India. And appeared in many other notable films such as The Dog Who Saved Christmas, Freaky Friday, and Hunger Games.

Leven: Both of my parents have always been supportive with me trying this out. They are conservative, but they want us to have every opportunity in life so they were willing to let me do this. As crazy as it sounded to everyone else from my town. My mom came out with me to LA three months and like I said. I somehow ended up booking the first audition I went to. (Source: theimagista.com)


Leven was born in Nashua, New Hampshire, to Jacey and Daniel Rambin. At the prestigious American Repertory Theater School in Cambridge, Massachusetts, she studied acting, earned a degree in cultural studies, and was the recipient of the Bessie Award. Leven made her feature film debut in a supporting role in the critically acclaimed indie hit "The Place Beyond the Pines".

Not many people can say they have been working since they are thirteen years old. However, our next subject, Leven Rambin has been consistently acting since her early teen years. This young actress took the time to sit down with us and talk about what it is like being her! (Source: theimagista.com)


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