Shirley Temple died at 85


Shirley Temple’s first feature film was “Red Hired Alibi”, in 1932, at the age of three. In the next eight years she appeared in nearly 40 films. She was an American film and television actress, singer, dancer and one time US ambassador to Ghana and Czechoslovakia. Between 1976 and 1977 she served as Chief of Protocol of the United States but she ran unsuccessfully for the United States Congress.
Her autobiography, titled “Child Star” was published in 1988.
She received many awards and honors including a special Juvenile Academy Award, the National Board of Review Career Achievement Award and the Screen Actors Guild Life Achievement Award.
She has a life-size bronze statue of the child Temple on the Fox studio. On February 1960, she received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.


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