Every Night is a Wild Night for Jailbait Actress Lev RambinS

It seems like it might be fun to be blonde 17-year-old actress and alleged "It Girl" Leven Rambin, the kid sister of Julia Allison sidekick Mary Rambin. Acting roles on All My Children and filming something for the CW aside, it seems her career as a writer is heating up: first a column in Page Six magazine, and then guest-blogging on LOLA! "When the wonderful, amazing, breathtaking, creative, eccentric [artist] Mr. Emmett Shine asked to be a guest writer on his LOLA blog, my initial reaction was "Oh My GOD, blogs are the devil!!". You know what's the devil? Jailbait actresses who refer to themselves as "Levlita," even in jest.

In a post titled "justkiddingjustkidding" and tagged "omg thats sooo la," little Lev blogs:

When I was recently unexpectedly plucked from a visit in Houston to go to LA to film a new television series for the CW, I was excited (natch) but semi-terrified. I have only worked as an actress in New York City, where I find myself to be in the minority (in the "actor" population) as a busty blonde with a dry sense of humor and Converse sneakers.


I would also like to thank [former American Idol-er] Constantine Maroulis for keeping me alert and from fading into delirium on-set in the 99 degree heat. Also, Nicholai H., thank you for throwing such an amazing house party and to Jon Alagem for keeping the partygoers in Nicky's backyard from causing overwhelming noise pollution. [Weeds actor] Hunter Parrish deserves a warm thank you for unwillingly climbing/posing in a large piece of construction machinery and proceeding to get covered in nearly-unremovable grease. And an enormous thank you to Leah Pepper for hosting my unofficial last-night-in-LA party in her hotel room sponsored by Johnny's Pizzeria and the troupe of underage partygoers Barron [Hilton] stampeded the room with. Thanks for making my work-oriented trip to LA so counterproductive! I love you all!

xoxo

Levlita

Well, as first attempts at blogging go, it's less of a "blog post" than an extended name-drop, but... thank God nobody ever published anything we wrote when we were 17. Thank God.