- Most noteworthy Rated: 92% Meadowland (2015)
- Most minimal Rated: Not Available
- Birthday: Jul 21, 1989
- Origination: London, England, UK
An intrepid youthful entertainer, Juno Temple appeared to purposely pick muddled jobs in dim material. Conceived July 21, 1989, in London, England, Juno Violet Temple hailed from a showbiz family; she was the girl of chief Julien Temple and maker Amanda Pirie.
Although she made her screen debut in her dad’s “Pandaemonium” (2000), she established a greater connection as Cate Blanchett’s girl in the dramatization of fixation and enchantment, “Notes on a Scandal” (2006).
She proceeded to play a little youngster whose assault moves her cousin Briony (Saoirse Ronan) to make an untruth that winds up annihilating a family in the Oscar-winning show “Amends” (2007) and the miserably hitched, conspiring sister by the marriage of the bound Queen Anne (Natalie Portman) in the polished authentic dramatization “The Other Boleyn Girl” (2008).
Sanctuary took supporting jobs in the ancient satire “Year One” (2009), the independent dramedy “Greenberg” (2010), and the activity reconsidering of “The Three Musketeers” (2011).
Never an entertainer to avoid a troublesome job or a difficult venture, she stood out as truly newsworthy for her chance as Dottie Smith, a credulous young lady held as a sexual pawn by low-level lawbreakers endeavoring murder and protection extortion in William Friedkin’s questionable dark parody “Executioner Joe” (2011).
Sanctuary proceeded to star in the lesbian frightfulness sentiment “Jack and Diane” (2012), however, made more standard progress with a little job in the blockbuster “The Dark Knight Rises” (2012) as a companion of Selina Kyle’s (Anne Hathaway) Catwoman.
Driving jobs in the peculiar indies “The Brass Teapot” (2012) and “Executioner Joe” (2012) followed, alongside driving jobs in the heartfelt awfulness “Jack and Diane” (2012) and Jill Soloway’s parody “Evening Delight” (2013).
Sanctuary’s featuring job in the mental thriller “Enchantment Magic” (2013) prompted a BAFTA Rising Star assignment, and her supporting jobs in the dream “Maleficient” (2014) and the spin-off “Wrongdoing City:
A Dame To Kill For” (2014) raised her profile impressively. Key jobs in the Thomas Hardy variation “A long way from the madding Crowd” (2015) and the Whitey Bulger biopic “Dark Mass” (2015) affirmed her reach, while her co-featuring job in the brief link dramatization “Vinyl” (HBO 2016) was one of the show’s high places.