Shirley Temple with Canadian Prime Minister William Lyon Mackenzie King on October 21, 1944.
|Born||Shirley Jane Temple
April 23, 1928
Santa Monica, California, United States
|Other names||Shirley Temple Black|
|Spouse||John Agar (1945–1950, divorced, 1 child)
Charles Alden Black (1950–2005, his death, 2 children)
|Children||Linda Susan Agar (b. 1948)
Charles Black Jr (b. 1952) and Lori Black (b. 1954).
Shirley Jane Temple (born April 23, 1928) is an Academy Award-winning American actress and dancer, most well known for being a child actress of the 1930s, who also had a notable career as a diplomat as an adult. After becoming famous at the age of six with her role in Bright Eyes in 1934, she starred in many movies that did very well, which made her well known to the public. She was also in movies as a young adult in the 1940s. In later life, she became a United States ambassador and diplomat. In 1972, she was diagnosed with breast cancer and had a mastectomy.
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