Ariel Leve

Ariel Leve



Ariel Leve is an Australian actor and singer-songwriter. She is best known for her roles in the Australian television series Home and Away and The Saddle Club.

Leve was born on the 23rd of September 1994 in Sydney, Australia. She started her acting career at a young age, appearing in several school plays.

Leve began acting professionally in 2008, appearing in the television series Home and Away. She played the role of Kirsty Whelan from 2008 to 2011 and was nominated for a Logie Award for her performance.

In 2010, Leve appeared in the television movie The Saddle Club. She played the role of Stevie Lake and received critical acclaim for her performance.

Leve has also appeared in several feature films, including the 2012 romantic comedy The Parlour Game. She also had a supporting role in 2015's The Driftless Area.

In addition to her acting career, Leve is also a singer-songwriter. She released her debut EP, “Crying,” in 2015. Leve wrote and co-produced the EP, which includes the singles “Crying,” “Let Me Go,” and “Where We Go From Here.”

Leve is also an activist and advocate for women’s rights. She regularly speaks out on issues such as gender equality and has been involved in various campaigns to raise awareness about these issues.

Ariel Leve is an inspiring young actor and singer-songwriter who has achieved a great deal of success in her career. She is a role model for young women everywhere and an example of what can be achieved with determination and hard work.

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