A fearless young actress, Juno Temple seemed to deliberately choose complicated roles in dark material. Born July 21, 1989 in London, England, Juno Violet Temple hailed from a showbiz family; she was the daughter of director Julien Temple and producer Amanda Pirie. Although she made her screen debut in her father's "Pandaemonium" (2000), she made a bigger impression as Cate Blanchett's daughter in the drama of obsession and seduction, "Notes on a Scandal" (2006). She went on to play a young girl whose rape inspires her cousin Briony (Saoirse Ronan) to create a lie that ends up destroying a family in the Oscar-winning drama "Atonement" (2007) and the unhappily married, scheming sister-in-law of the doomed Queen Anne (Natalie Portman) in the glossy historical drama "The Other Boleyn Girl" (2008). Temple took supporting roles in the prehistoric spoof "Year One" (2009), the indie dramedy "Greenberg" (2010) and the action reimagining of "The Three Musketeers" (2011). Never an actress to shy away from a difficult role or a challenging project, she made headlines for her turn as Dottie Smith, a naïve young woman held as a sexual pawn by low-level criminals attempting murder and insurance fraud in William Friedkin's controversial black comedy "Killer Joe" (2011). Temple went on to star in the lesbian horror romance "Jack and Diane" (2012), but found more mainstream success with a small role in the blockbuster "The Dark Knight Rises" (2012) as a friend of Selina Kyle's (Anne Hathaway) Catwoman. Leading roles in the quirky indies "The Brass Teapot" (2012) and "Killer Joe" (2012) followed, along with leading roles in the romantic horror "Jack and Diane" (2012) and Jill Soloway's comedy "Afternoon Delight" (2013). Temple's starring role in the psychological horror film "Magic Magic" (2013) led to a BAFTA Rising Star nomination, and her supporting roles in the fantasy "Maleficient" (2014) and the sequel "Sin City: A Dame To Kill For" (2014) raised her profile considerably. Key roles in the Thomas Hardy adaptation "Far from the madding Crowd" (2015) and the Whitey Bulger biopic "Black Mass" (2015) confirmed her range, while her co-starring role in the short-lived cable drama "Vinyl" (HBO 2016) was one of the show's high points.