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Imagine if you grew up hanging around the likes of Joe Strummer from 'The Clash'... what would you be like today? Well, take a good look at actor Juno Temple. At 22, Juno is one of Britain's hottest young actors. She's made a name for herself playing troubled, unruly teens - and is in what's going to be one the hottest blockbusters of the summer, 'The Dark Knight Rises'.
But she's not your typical starlet. Her dad, Julien Temple was part of the original punk scene in Britain, made videos for people like David Bowie, and was buddies with Joe Strummer. Juno grew up in a farmhouse in the south-west of England; her Mom, Amanda was a film producer and her dad Julien, a director. As a kid, Juno hung out on her Dad's sets and bugged him until he gave her a tiny role in a drama he was directing called 'Pandaemonium'. At 14, she knew she wanted to be an actor - much to the dismay of her parents - who thought she might end up 'unemployed and miserable'. Juno's proved them wrong... landing roles in prestigious films like 'Atonement', 'Notes on a Scandal', Gregg Araki's 'Kaboom', and 'Mr. Nobody'.
This summer she'll appear as Catwoman's sidekick in 'The Dark Knight Rises'. But before that she's in a wicked thriller with Matthew McConaughey and Emile Hirsh called 'Killer Joe'. Juno plays a character that's not as innocent as everyone expects. And that's when things get interesting.