|Born||Shirley Temple[note 1]
Aprile 23, 1928
Santa Monica, Californie, U.S.
|Dee'd||Februar 10, 2014
Woodside, Californie, U.S.
|Ither names||Shirley Jane Temple|
|Eddication||Tutors; Private heich schuil|
|Alma mater||Westlake School for Girls (1940–45)|
|Occupation||Film actress (1932–50)
TV actress/entertainer (1958–65)
Public servant (1969–92)
|Years active||1932–65 (as actress)
1967–90 (as public servant)
|Kent for||Juvenile film roles|
|Notable wirks||Bright Eyes, The Little Colonel, Curly Top, Wee Willie Winkie, Heidi, A Little Princess, The Bachelor and the Bobby-Soxer, Fort Apache|
|Televeesion||Shirley Temple's Storybook, The Shirley Temple Show|
|Spoose||John Agar (m. 1945; d. 1950)
Charles Alden Black (m. 1950; w. 2005)
|Awairds||Academy Juvenile Award
Kennedy Center Honors
Screen Actors Guild Life Achievement Awaird
Shirley Temple Black (born Shirley Jane Temple; Aprile 23, 1928 – Februar 10, 2014) wis an American film an televeesion actress, sangster, dancer, an ane-time U.S. ambassador tae Ghana an Czechoslovakie. She an aa served as Chief o Protocol o the Unitit States, 1976–1977.
Notes[edit | edit source]
- While Temple occasionally used Jane as a middle name, her birth certificate reads "Shirley Temple". Temple's birth certificate was altered to prolong her babyhood shortly after she signed with Fox in 1934; her birth year was advanced from 1928 to 1929. Even her baby book was revised to support the 1929 date. She admitted her real age when she was 21 (Burdick 5; Edwards 23n,43n).
References[edit | edit source]
- "Hollywood star Shirley Temple dies". BBC News. 11 February 2014. Retrieved 11 February 2014.