Leven Rambin is an American actress and model best known for her television roles as Ava Benton/Lily Montgomery on All My Children (2004-2008) and as Riley Dawson on Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles, from 2008-2009.
A native of Houston, Texas, she began performing at a very young age in school plays.
Rambin studied at the Houston School of Film and Theatre and at St. Francis Episcopal Day School, where she starred in her first school play, before relocating to Los Angeles and auditioning for her first professional acting role on All My Children.
Rambin joined the cast of All My Children in February 2004, playing the challenging role of Lily Montgomery, the autistic daughter of Jackson Montgomery.
While on the daytime soap opera, Rambin also starred in The Book of Daniel, opposite acclaimed actors Aiden Quinn and Ellen Burstyn, at the age of 15.
In early 2007, Rambin began juggling dual roles on All My Children as she continued to play the autistic Lily Montgomery but also played the lovable older half-sister, Ava Benton.
Rambin's dual performances earned her nominations two years in a row for a Daytime Emmy Awards for Outstanding Younger Actress in a Drama Series.
Her television credits include Lipstick Jungle and Law & Order: SVU.
On the big screen, Rambin can be seen in Gigantic, directed by Kimberly Peirce and starring Paul Dano and Zooey Deschanel.
Rambin also continues her modeling career. She is an active supporter of numerous charities including City Harvest and New York for Children, and serves as the teen spokesperson for Cure Autism Now.
Rambin lives in Los Angeles.