Juno Temple Biography
Juno Temple (born Juno Violet Temple) is a British actress who has appeared in films such as “Wild Child,” “The Other Boleyn Girl,” “The Three Musketeers,” “Atonement,” “Maleficent,” “Killer Joe,” “Black Mass,” and “The Dark Knight Rises.”
She has gained critical appreciation for her several roles as a supporting cast member. In Notes on a Scandal, one reviewer thought she performed her role with petulance and anxiety, while her performance in Atonement was praised as remarkable. She auditioned for Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix. Her other film credits include St Trinian’s and St Trinian’s II: The Legend of Fritton’s Gold, Wild Boy, and The Other Boleyn Girl.
Temple co-starred in the comedy Year One with Jack Black and Michael Cera in 2009. She also appeared in Mr. Nobody’s Jaco Van Dormael and the Sheila Kohler adaption Cracks.
How old is Juno Temple? – Age
She was born 21 July 1989 in Hammersmith, London, United Kingdom. She is 33 years as of 2022.
Where did Juno Temple go to school? – Education
She went to Enmore Primary School, Bedales School, and King’s College in Taunton, Somerset, where she was raised.
Juno Temple – Family
Julien Andrew Temple, a music video director, and Amanda Temple, a film producer, are her parents. Felix Temple and Leo Temple are her two brothers. Nina Temple, the last General Secretary of the Communist Party of Great Britain, is her aunt. Barbara J. Temple and Landon Temple are her paternal grandparents.
Juno Temple’s Husband
Ms. Temple has never been married. She did, however, have a past relationship with Michael Anthony Angarano, an American actor. The former couple met in 2012 while working on “The Brass Teapot,” a film in which they both starred. They also had a home in Los Feliz, Los Angeles, until their divorce in 2016.
She is an average-sized woman. She is 5 feet 2 inches tall (1.57 m).
Juno Temple’s Instagram
Her Instagram account is (@junotemple).
What is Juno’s Salary?
She receives an estimated salary of $150,000 per episode.
Juno Net Worth
Her net worth is predicted to be $1 million.
Juno Temple Career
Juno Temple Maleficent
Maleficent is a fantasy film starring Angelina Jolie that was released in 2014. The story of Maleficent and her troubled relationship with both the king and princess of a corrupt country is partially based on the Disney picture “Sleeping Beauty,” which tells the story of Maleficent and her conflicted relationship with both the monarch and princess of a corrupt nation. Juno plays Thistlewit, one of the three fairies, the green fairy, in this film as a supporting character.
Thistlewit is the youngest of the fairies, and he is always happy and speaks without much thinking. Juno returned as the motion-capture and voice of the green fairy Thistlewit in the 2019 sequel to Maleficent, “Maleficent: Mistress of Evil.”
Atonement at Juno Temple
Atonement is a 2007 romantic war drama film based on Ian McEwan’s 2001 novel of the same name. The Tallis family is the focus of this film, which tells the story of a crime that has repercussions for over six decades, beginning in the 1930s. Juno appears in the film as Lola Quincey, a 15-year-old cousin of the Tallis siblings who comes to visit.
Juno Temple Year One
Year One, a 2009 American adventure comedy film, cast her as Eema, Zero’s daughter and Zed’s sister.
Then Zed and Oh learn that the girls they wish to “sleep” with, Maya and Eema, have been kidnapped from their previous tribe and sold into slavery.
They try to buy the children’s release, but wind up selling themselves as slaves since Cain was looking for a means to get rid of the witnesses to his murder.
The slave caravan carrying Oh, Zed, Maya, Eema, and others from their tribe is attacked and overcome by Sodomites during transit, while Zed and Oh successfully escape and hide in the desert but lose sight of the now Sodomite-led slave caravan.
Juno Temple Films and Television Shows
These are the most recent movies Juno Temple has performed;
- 2019 – Lost Transmissions as Hannah
- 2000 – Pandaemonium as Emma Southey
- 2006 – Notes on a Scandal as Polly Hart
- 2011 – The Three Musketeers as Queen Anne
- 2012 – The Dark Knight Rises as Jen
- 2013 – Magic Magic as Alicia
- 2014 – Sin City: A Dame to Kill For as Sally
- 2014–2016 – Drunk History as Sybil Ludington and Marilyn Monroe
- 2014 – Maleficent as Thistlewit
- 2015 – Black Mass as Deborah Hussey
- 2016 – Vinyl as Jamie Vine
- 2016 – Away as Ria
- 2017 – Wonder Wheel as Carolina
- 2017 – The Most Hated Woman in America as Robin Murray O’Hair
- 2018 – The Pretenders as Victoria
- 2018 – Dirty John as Veronica Newell
- 2019 – Maleficent: Mistress of Evil as Thistlewit
- 2020 – Little Birds as Lucy Savage