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‘The Tomorrow People’ Casts ‘All My Children’s’ Leven Rambin

Leven Rambin attends the 'Elysium' World Premiere at the Regency Village Theatre in Westwood, CA on August 7, 2013. Photo Credit: Getty Images

Former All My Children star Leven Rambin (ex-Lily/Ava) as landed a recurring role on The CW’s The Tomorrow People. TV Guide reports Rambin will appear in the season’s final three episodes.

The actress will play Natalie, a troublemaking paranormal (ie super powered) with a disdain for humans. After striking up a friendship with fellow Tomorrow Person and resident klepto Russell (Aaron Yoo), the pair heads on a super-powered crime spree that could land them both in jail. Their relationship might develop into something more than friendship — that is until Natalie threatens to join the villainous ULTRA. Will she betray her new friends? And what would push her into doing it?

In 2004, Leven Rambin began her rise to fame on ABC’s All My Children as Lily Montgomery, the autistic daughter of hero Jackson Montgomery. In 2007, she began a playing Lily’s look-alike half-sister Ava. During her time on AMC, she frequently moonlighted in primetime, appearing in The Book of Daniel, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit and Lipstick Jungle. She opted to exit the soap in 2008 and focus a career outside of daytime. She landed major and/or recurring roles in Grey’s Anatomy, Wizards of Waverly Place, Scoundrels and One Tree Hill.

The actress has also appeared in numerous films, most recently The Hunger Games, Chasing Mavericks and Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters.

The Tomorrow People airs Wednesdays at 9PM on The CW. The series moves to Mondays beginning March 17.

Ryan White-Nobles
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