Leven Rambin: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know

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Get ready, because the 25-year-old blonde actress Leven Rambin is about to be everywhere. This veteran of the television industry is about to makes waves as a principle character in HBO’s highly anticipated True Detective season 2.

Here is what you need to know:


1. She Plays Athena Bezzerides in ‘True Detective’ Season 2

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According to an advanced review over at Den of Geek, the 25-year-old Texas native will be playing Athena Bezzerides the sister of Ani Bezzerides played by Rachel McAdams. We’ll have to wait for the premier on June 21 to see if Athena has the kind of dark past that only the team behind True Detective can conjure.


2. Rambin & Co-Star Adria Arjona Will Appear in GQ‘s July Issue

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In the hotly anticipated July issue of GQ, Rambin and her True Detective co-star Adria Arjona appear in some steamy photographs and partake in an entertaining interview. In it they talk nudity, the men of season 1, and the rumored orgy scene from season 2.


3. You May Recognize Her From ‘The Hunger Games’, ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ or ‘All My Children’

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For her young age, Rambin is a veteran of the film and television industry with major roles in huge franchise production like Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters, The Hunger Games, and Terminator: Sarah Connor Chronicles. She also earned a Daytime Emmy nomination for her four-year stint as Ava Benton in All My Children. You can see her whole filmography here.


4. She’s Engaged to ‘True Blood’ Star Jim Parrack

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In August 2014, People Magazine reported through Parrack’s representation that the couple were engaged on August 6, 2014. His divorce to his first wife was official June 2014 after a 10-month separation.


5. She’s Involved in Assorted Charities

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After playing a character with Autism in All My Children, Rambin became involved in raising awareness about Autism research through the Autism Speaks organization.


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