Leven Rambin for FAULT

FAULT Magazine Issue 9 features Leven Rambin, who stars Glimmer in her first major studio film: The Hunger Games. Leven co-stars alongside the likes of Woody Harelson, Jennifer Lawrence and Liam Hemsworth in the $100m production – the first in a series of films adapted from the novels by Suzanne Collins.

FAULT: Did you always know acting was something you wanted to pursue?
Leven Rambin: I knew from the time I was 13 that I wanted to be an actress. I idolized Evan Rachel Wood’s performance in Thirteen, and was so emotionally disturbed by that film. The way she connected to me through her acting in that film made me
want to make people feel the way she made me feel. Then I watched The Lizzie McGuire Movie and cried because Lizzie
finally realized her dreams of being a successful actress! So, I sort of owe my career to those fine young actresses.

FAULT: It sounds like there was a very big cast. What was it like working with everyone?
Leven Rambin: Everyone on the cast was a dream. We were all young and sharing a unique, thrilling, and intimidating experience
together. All the tributes grew so close; I feel like their big sister. I relived my youth with those kids; their innocence and curiosity for life really rubbed off on my old, jaded heart! They still call me for advice about boys, acting, parents . . . I love it!

Read the full interview in FAULT Issue 9 – available digitally or in print