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One of the most versatile and talented young actresses working in films today, Juno Temple came to worldwide attention in 2007 with her pivotal role in Joe Wright’s Atonement (also for Focus Features), which won the BAFTA and Golden Globe Awards for Best Picture. Just prior to Atonement, she notably appeared as Cate Blanchett and Bill Nighy’s on-screen daughter in Richard Eyre’s Notes on a Scandal.
She followed up those films by joining the stellar ensemble of Oliver Parker and Barnaby Thompson’s U.K. boxoffice hit St. Trinian’s; in 2009, she reunited with the cast and filmmakers for the sequel St. Trinian’s 2: The Legend of Fritton’s Gold.
Ms. Temple’s other films include Justin Chadwick’s The Other Boleyn Girl, with Natalie Portman, Scarlett Johansson, and Jim Sturgess; Harold Ramis’ Year One, opposite Michael Cera and Jack Black; Nick Moore’s Wild Child, with Emma Roberts; Stephen Poliakoff’s Glorious 39, reteamed with Bill Nighy; and, in a lead role opposite Eva Green, Jordan Scott’s debut feature Cracks, which recently screened at the London Film Festival.
She portrays the younger incarnation of Diane Kruger’s character in Jaco van Dormael’s Mr. Nobody, which won two awards in its world premiere at the 2009 Venice International Film Festival; and has recently completed filming writer/director Gregg Araki’s independent feature Kaboom, in which she has a starring role.
The daughter of director Julien Temple and producer Amanda Temple, Juno Temple made her film debut in her father’s feature Pandaemonium.