Two former daytime ingenues are teaming up to play a pair of bickering, thieving sisters this summer on ABC primetime. Leven Rambin (ex-Lily, All My Children) and Vanessa Marano (ex-Eden, The Young and the Restless) will both be featured as part of the ensemble drama Scoundrels.
Rambin plays the role of Heather West, a blonde bombshell who uses sex as a weapon, while Marano plays Heather's snarky, younger sister Hope. Virginia Madsen (Sideways) and JAG's David James Elliot headline the series, as Cheryl and Wolf West, the girls parents, a couple who believes a family who commits felonies together, stays together.
When Wolf is sent up for five years, Cheryl decides it's time her family (which also includes twin sons Logan and Calvin West played by Patrick Flueger in a dual role) went straight. Too bad her kids aren't feeling that decision. Scoundrels is a remake of the New Zealand series Outrageous Fortune. It premieres June 20 at 9/8c on ABC. Check out an extended trailer after the jump!