In just a few years, Juno Temple has firmly established herself as one of the most versatile and talented young actresses in Hollywood. She was most recently seen opposite Matthew McConaghey and Emile Hirsch in "Killer Joe," based on the play by Tracy Letts and directed by William Friedkin. The film screened at the Venice International Film Festival and the Toronto International Film Festival in 2011. "Killer Joe" was released on July 27, 2012. She was also recently seen in Christopher Nolan's "The Dark Knight Rises" opposite Christian Bale, Tom Hardy, Gary Oldman, and Anne Hathaway which was released on July 20, 2012.
Temple also starred in "Little Birds," opposite Kay Panabaker, Kate Bosworth and Leslie Mann. The film premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in 2011 along with "Kaboom" Gregg Araki's film about the sexual awakening of a group of college students, in which she also stared. In 2012 Temple was also seen in "Jack and Diane." The film tells the love story between two teenage girls, one of who occasionally turns in to a werewolf as a representation of all-consuming love and desire. Distributed by Magnolia Pictures, "Jack and Diane" also stars Riley Keough and Dane DeHaan and was released In Autumn 2012.
She has recently been in production for "Afternoon Delight" opposite Jane Lynch which will be released in 2013 and follows the story of a housewife looking to spice up her life. Temple will also soon begin production on Disney's live-action fairy tale "Maleficent," starring Angelina Jolie which will be released on March 14, 2014.
Temple also recently wrapped production on "The Brass Teapot" directed by Ramaa Mosley. "The Brass Teapot" is based on the comic book series of the same name about a mid-twenty year old couple who, in difficult economic times, finds a mysterious magical brass teapot which makes them money but at a surprising price. Juno stars alongside Alexis Bledel, Alia Shawkat, Michael Angarano, and Ben Rappaport. She has also wrapped production on "Magic, Magic" opposite Michael Cera and Emily Browning and "Lovelace" opposite Amanda Seyfried.
In 2011, she starred in the Weinstein Company's "Dirty Girl," as a notorious high school tramp who journeys from Oklahoma to California to find her father. The same year Juno appeared in the independent drama, "Cracks," directed by Jordan Scott. The film explores the dark side of female relationships at an elite, English boarding school. Temple plays "Di Radfield," a student who becomes obsessed with her teacher, played by Eva Green. In 2010, Temple appeared in Focus Features' relationship dramedy, "Greenberg," directed by Noah Baumbach and starring Ben Stiller.
In 2007, she appeared in the Academy Award-winning film "Atonement," opposite Keira Knightley, James McAvoy and Saoirse Ronan. Juno played "Lola Quincey," who changes everyone's lives when she is raped in the garden and "Briony" erroneously names "Robbie" as the rapist.
Juno's breakthrough arrived when she won the role of Cate Blanchett's daughter in the Academy Award-nominated film "Notes on a Scandal." Juno played "Polly," the rebellious daughter of Blanchett's character "Sheba."
Additional credits include "The Other Boleyn Girl," "The Three Musketeers,""Mr. Nobody," "The Year One," "1939" "St. Trinian's," "Wild Child" and "Pandeamonium."Juno is the daughter of director Julien Temple and producer Amanda Temple. She currently resides in Los Angeles.