Former All My Children star Leven Rambin has joined the cast of The CW's The Tomorrow People, according to TV Guide. Reportedly, Rambin will pop up in the final three episodes of the season as Natalie.
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Hollywood has been good to Leven Rambin. In addition to landing plum roles on TV shows like Grey’s Anatomy, the All My Children alum appeared in the last summer's blockbuster hit The Hunger Games as Glimmer.
This summer Rambin will appear in Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters, but that isn’t all she’s up to. According to Deadline, Susan Lucci's former TV stepdaughter has booked upcoming roles in indie films Seven Minutes and Walter. Reportedly, Rambin “plays a love interest to the male leads in both films.”
Bad news Leven Rambin fans, the actress isn't returning as Lily before All My Children ends its ABC run after all. According to Soap Opera Digest, Rambin's shooting schedule for The Hunger Games conflicts with filming on AMC. Rambin, who will play Glimmer in the big screen adaptation of the popular novel, told the magazine:
Unfortunately, there was a scheduling conflict with The Hunger Games, which is filming in North Carolina. Sad, sad, sad! But I'm pleased that I was able to take part in the 45th anniversary show last year.
Don't look for Jackson's (Walt Willey) autistic daughter Lily to be moving home to Pine Valley anytime soon on All My Children, at least not with Leven Rambin in the role. TV Line is reporting Rambin is instead headed for the little town of Tree Hill. According to Matt Web Mitovich, Rambin will share scenes with Brooke (Sophia Bush), who is looking to adopt a little fashionista or fashinsto on One Tree Hill later this season . Somewhere Mischa Barton just kicked a puppy.