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- Today’s Google Doodle features is “Little Miss Miracle” Shirley Temple
- Temple was an American singer, actor,diplomat and dancer
Google honoured a American actor, dancer,singer and diplomat “Little Miss Miracle” Shirley Temple by today’s doodle feature. The Santa Monica History Museum opened on June 9,2015. “Love , Shirley Temple,” a special display featuring a collection of her rare archives.
Shirley Temple helped a huge number of Americans through the poverty of the great recession as Hollywood’s top box office draw. after she split her aura through her work in international relations.
On June 9, Google doodle features Temple as a young girl dancing, as a diplomat, an award winning actor. The name of Google appears by three avatars of Temple taken from three movies stubs.
Temple’s journey is inspiring story beginning from child actor to a breast cancer advocate.
Full name of Temple is Shirley Jane Temple and she was born on April 23,1928, in Santa Monica, in California. She had a lot of interest in dancing that’s why she began her dancing classes at age of three. She grabbed attention of audiences by her signature dimples, strong work . She appeared first in 1934 toe-tapping musical “Stand and Cheer.” After that she was renowned as “Junior Miss”, in 1942 radio sitcom told about a teenage girl shining in New York City. She kept her career in acting from teenage and she retired at the age of 22 . She become Hollywood Icon that time. She got an opportunity to represent United States to the United Nations.
Shirley Temple was fully dedicated in her politics career. She act for United States at the UN conference in 1972 on the Human Environment. She got an opportunity in 1988, worked as an Honorary Foreign Service Officer. She was become the first Chief of Protocol to the Sate Department. She died on Feb 10,2014 at her home in California.