Shirley Temple Net Worth

Shirley Temple Net Worth 2023: Wiki Biography, Married, Family, Measurements, Height, Salary, Relationships

Shirley Temple net worth is
$30 Million

Shirley Temple Wiki Biography

Shirley Temple Black, commonly known as Shirley Temple, was a famous American diplomat, politician, actress, as well as a singer. Even though Shirley Temple had been performing in front of television screens since she was three years old, her rise to prominence came several years later, when she starred in David Butler’s comedy drama film entitled “Bright Eyes”. In the movie, Temple played the role of Shirley Blake, which was developed specifically for her. Temple’s role in “Bright Eyes” brought her a Juvenile Academy Award in 1935, for her input to the film industry. Temple followed her success with appearances in the 1935 musical film called “Curly Top”, as well as the 1937 musical drama movie “Heidi”, in which she co-starred with Jean Hersholt, Mary Nash and Marcia Mae Jones.

Shirley Temple Net Worth $30 Million

In addition to acting, Shirley Temple became known for her political ventures. In 1974, Temple earned the position of the United States Ambassador to Ghana, then became a Chief of Protocol of the United States, and in 1989 served under George H. W. Bush as the United States Ambassador to Czechoslovakia.

A popular actress, as well as a politician, how rich is Shirley Temple? Sources state that Shirley Temple’s net worth is estimated to be $30 million. Most of Shirley Temple’s net worth came from her acting career, as well as her involvement in politics.

Shirley Temple was born in 1928, in Santa Monica, California. Temple was noticed in 1932, by Charles Lamont, who offered her a role in a collective series called “Baby Burlesks”. After that, Temple appeared in “Frolics of Youth”, “The Red-Haired Alibi” and “Little Miss Marker”. Shirley reached the peak of her career in 1935 and the following years, when she began to be featured in such major films as “Captain January”, “The Littlest Rebel”, and “Our Little Girl” to name A few. Temple failed to repeat her early success with her future works, therefore she decided upon her retirement from the film industry when she was 22 years old. However, even though she stayed away from the limelight for a while, Shirley Temple made her return to on television screens in 1958, when she began hosting a children’s anthology series called “Shirley Temple’s Storybook”, which aired for two seasons. Initially, the show seemed to be too amateur, hence, as a result of this it was recreated and re-released under the name of “The Shirley Temple Show”. Unfortunately, due to the competition on the network from such shows as “Dennis the Menace” and “The Wizard of Oz”, “The Shirley Temple Show” failed to maintain its ratings, and was eventually cancelled.

Aside from acting, Temple dabbled in politics, until she was diagnosed with breast cancer. Shirley Temple passed away in 2014, at the age of 85, due to obstructive pulmonary disease, which developed as a result of smoking. Temple’s contributions to the film industry have been acknowledged with Kennedy Center Honors, Screen Actors Guild Life Achievement Award, a bronze statue near the Fox Studio, as well as a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

Full NameShirley Temple
Net Worth$30 Million
Date Of BirthApril 23, 1928, Santa Monica, California, United States)
DiedFebruary 10, 2014, Woodside, California, United States
Place Of BirthSanta Monica
Height5 ft 1 in (1.57 m)
ProfessionPolitician, Singer, Actor, Diplomat, Dancer
EducationMeglin Dance Studio, Harvard-Westlake School, Westlake School for Girls, Harvard-Westlake School, University of Oxford, Meglin Dance Studio, Rugby School, Westlake School for Girls
NationalityUnited States of America
SpouseCharles Alden Black (m. 1950–2005), John Agar (m. 1945–1950)
ChildrenLori Black, Linda Susan Agar, Charles Alden Black Jr.
ParentsGeorge Francis Temple, Gertrude Temple
SiblingsJohn Stanley Temple, George Francis Temple, Jr., John Stanley Temple, George Francis Temple, Jr.
NicknamesShirley Jane Temple , Shirley Temple Black , Shirley Temple-Black
AwardsKennedy Center Honors, Screen Actors Guild Life Achievement Award, Kennedy Center Honors, Screen Actors Guild Life Achievement Award, Slogans, England's Skint, In Love with Myself
MoviesThe Little Princess, Bright Eyes, Curly Top, The Little Colonel, Heidi, The Littlest Rebel, Captain January, Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm, Little Miss Marker, Wee Willie Winkie, Baby Take a Bow, Poor Little Rich Girl, The Blue Bird, Stowaway, Stand Up and Cheer!, Susannah of the Mounties, Little Miss ...
TV ShowsShirley Temple's Storybook, Shirley Temple's Storybook
1Curly hair
Fort Apache (1948)$110,000
Since You Went Away (1944)$2,200 (per week)
Stand Up and Cheer! (1934)$75 /week
Pardon My Pups (1934)$1,000 /wk+$35,000 bonus at the end of each film to be held in trust until contract is over+$250/wk for her mother
Kid in Hollywood (1933)$150 /week
Red-Haired Alibi (1932)$50 (two days)
1We would have to invent the U.N if we did not have it, which is not an original thought.
2When I was 14, I was the oldest I ever was. I've been getting younger ever since.
3I work a 17-hour day, and I'm personally responsible for 108 staff members in the embassy.
4I ran for Congress just once.
5Good luck needs no explanation.
6Sunnybrook Farm is now a parking lot; the petticoats are in the garbage can, where they belong in the modern world; and I detest censorship.
7[on her adult experiences as a former child star] I do get pinched a lot. Mostly it's women, my peer group and even older than I am, and I'm old. They tend to want to touch. If I go on a tour I'll get pinched on the arm, the back, the cheeks, the chin. They say, "You're so cute", or "You were so cute". Then they hang on, and I come home black and blue. It's a hazard.
8I was so short that I became an expert in belts and shoes and people's hands and handbags. I learned that I liked the working crew the most, more than the stars. I liked the guys that I worked with very, very much. It was my extended family. The crew worked on almost all of my films. We had a marvelous time. I had a "Shirley Temple Police Force" and all of the crowd and various celebrities I would have join my force. I was very careful that they kept their badges polished, and if they lost them there was a big fine. If they gave them away, there was a bigger fine. We had just so much fun. I teased them a lot, too, particularly the cameramen, who had a lot of trouble with me.
9When I saw work shoes I would know that that person worked. I was very worried about people with shiny, pointed shoes as a child.
10[to the Screen Actors Guild' in 2005] I've been blessed with three wonderful careers--motion pictures and television, wife, mother and grandmother, and diplomatic services for the United States government. I have one piece of advice for those of you who want to receive the "Lifetime Achievement Award". Start early.
11I class myself with Rin Tin Tin. People in the Depression wanted something to cheer them up, and they fell in love with a dog and a little girl.
12I'm not too proud of the movies I made as a grownup except for That Hagen Girl (1947), which nobody remembers but which gave me a chance to act.
13Shirley Temple doesn't hurt Shirley Temple Black. Shirley Temple helps Shirley Temple Black. She is thought of as a friend--which I am!
14One famous movie executive who shall remain nameless, exposed himself to me in his office. "Mr X", I said, "I thought you were a producer, not an exhibitor".
15Any star can be devoured by human adoration, sparkle by sparkle.
16I stopped believing in Santa Claus when I was six. Mother took me to see him in a department store and he asked for my autograph.
1She is mentioned in A.L.T. and the Lost Civilization's "Tequila.".
2She became very close to Will Rogers after signing with Fox. When Rogers died in a 1935 airplane crash, she was inconsolable for days afterwards. Studio chief Joseph M. Schenck, who was in England at the time, bought her a pony and had it shipped the US on the Queen Mary. When she learned that the pony was to be flown from New York to Los Angeles, she insisted that it be shipped by rail to avoid another crash.
3In 1967 she visited California's Legendary Road Stop the "Nut Tree" in Vacaville.
4By 1950 she earned $3.21 million but only received $44,000 in her trust and the deed to her $45,000 dollhouse after she stopped acting.
5She was a lifelong heavy smoker.
6Pictured on a 'forever' USA commemorative postage stamp in the Legends of Hollywood series, issued 18 April 2016.
7At birth her children weighed an average of 7 lbs 1 oz with her son being the smallest at 6 lbs 12 oz according to their birth announcements in the milestones columns of Time Magazines issues dated 2/9/1948 May 12th 1952 & April 19th 1954 The Girls were born in Santa Monica California while Charlie Jr was born in Bethesda Maryland.
8Was bitten on the finger by a baby alligator that belonged to exotic animal trainer Ralph Helfer.
9In 1974 she was appointed United States Ambassador to Ghana.
10In 1998 she was a recipient of Kennedy Center Honors.
11In 1969 she was appointed United States Delegate to the United Nations.
12In 1989 was appointed United States Ambassador to Czechoslovakia.
13She was the last surviving film star mentioned in the song "Let's Go to the Movies" featured in the film version of Annie (1982).
14Temple was Buddy Ebsen's best friend and he used to be her dancing partner.
15She was a Girl Scout.
16On Easter Sunday 1936, Joel McCrea sent Shirley a live bunny as a gift.
17She was considered for the role of Veda Pierce in the Joan Crawford drama Mildred Pierce (1945), which went to Ann Blyth.
18In the summer of 1976 she was named Chief of Protocol for the US State Department.
19In the fall of 1974 she was appointed American Ambassador to Ghana. Her excellent record during her two years in that position prompted Henry Kissinger to refer to her as "able and tough".
20She was elected to the board of directors of Walt Disney Productions in May 1974.
21In 1972 she was sworn in as Special Assistant to the Chairman of the President's Council on Environment. It was while serving in that position that she underwent a radical mastectomy.
22She was named a delegate to the United Nations, in 1969, by President Richard Nixon.
23In 1967 she ran against Paul McCloskey in the Republican primary for California's 11th Congressional District. McCloskey won with 52,878 votes to her 34,521. One of the newspaper headlines read: "McCloskey Torpedoes Good Ship Lollypop".
24From 1964-66 she chaired the program division of the San Francisco Film Festival. She resigned that position when she objected to the "pornographic" content of Mai Zetterling's Night Games (1966).
25In 1965, she filmed a television pilot called "Go Fight City Hall" but it did not sell.
26While at MGM in 1941, Shirley's mother turned down Babes on Broadway (1941), Panama Hattie (1942), National Velvet (1944), an Andy Hardy entry and Barnacle Bill (1941) for Shirley as not showcasing the child star properly. MGM finally put her into Kathleen (1941) and settled her contract.
27Her two reputations (child star and ambassador) were once parodied on Saturday Night Live (1975). In the skit, Temple (played by Laraine Newman) is ambassador to Ghana, but still in her cute child star persona. She cutely talks Ghana's president (Garrett Morris) out of waging wars.
28Aunt of Marina Black.
29When Gary Cooper first met her on the set of their movie Now and Forever (1934), he asked for her autograph.
30She was awarded a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame at 1500 Vine St. on February 8, 1960.
31Was pregnant with daughter Linda Susan "Susie" Agar (later changed to Black), during the filming of That Hagen Girl (1947).
32While her first daughter was delivered naturally, her son and her second daughter Lori Black were delivered by Caesarean.
33Her childhood home is located in the Brentwood area of Los Angeles at 231 Rockingham Avenue.
34A vocal supporter of the Vietnam War, when running for Congress as a Republican in 1967 she consistently argued that the US needed to send more troops to Southeast Asia.
35In a 1988 interview with Larry King, she stated that out of the $3 million she generated for 20th Century-Fox she only saw $45,000 in her trust fund.
36A non-alcoholic cocktail, "The Shirley Temple", was created in her honor. It consists of ginger ale (or 7-Up), grenadine and orange juice, topped with a maraschino cherry and a slice of lemon.
37On September 9, 1936, she received a new contract from 20th Century-Fox, retroactive, paying her over $50,000 per film.
38At age six she was the youngest presenter at the Oscars ever. She presented the "Best Actress" award in 1935. The winner was Claudette Colbert.
39Bill Robinson (aka "Bojangles Robinson") was her idol when she was a child, and she got to work with him on four pictures.
40On November 1, 2006, she broke her wrist in a fall at her Northern California home.
41She presented Walt Disney with his special Academy Award for Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937). It was a standard-sized Oscar with seven little Oscars.
42She calls it corny but admitted that she fell in love with Charles Black at first sight. They met while she was in Honolulu. He was working for a shipping company there at the time.
43Second husband Charles Black was a businessman and maritime issues consultant. He served on a Commerce Department advisory committee and several National Research Council panels. He also co-founded a Massachusetts-based company that developed unmanned deep-ocean search and survey imaging systems. He died of bone marrow disease at age 86 in 2005. It had been diagnosed three years earlier.
44According to author Garry Wills in "John Wayne's America", director John Ford had serious issues with women, which carried over onto his sets. When he made Wee Willie Winkie (1937) with Shirley, she was a child as well as the top box-office star in America and he treated her well. When she was cast in Fort Apache (1948), she was a young woman and he did not treat her well. Like her role in "Wee Willie Winkie", she played the "cute but unmanageable troublemaker at the post" who is befriended by and relies on an avuncular sergeant, both times played by Victor McLaglen. McLaglen had been blackballed by Ford for the previous seven years, but was brought back into the Ford stock company with this film. When Ford met Shirley, whose husband John Agar he had also cast in the picture, he rudely asked her, "Now where did you go to school, Shirley? Did you graduate?".
45Was named #18 Actress, The American Film Institute's 50 Greatest Screen Legends.
46In 2005 Premiere Magazine ranked her as #33 on a list of the Greatest Movie Stars of All Time in their Stars in Our Constellation feature.
47At age six she became the first recipient of the juvenile Academy Award. To this day she is the youngest person ever to receive an Academy Award. After receiving her award from actor/writer Irvin S. Cobb, she politely thanked him, then turned to her mother and asked, "Mommy, can I go home now?" Many years later, in an appearance on the 1984 Oscar show, Temple explained what had happened. At the 1935 Oscar banquet, her special award was one of the last to be presented that evening. She had been forced to sit through the entire awards ceremony, watching all the other awards being handed out. By the time she got her award, at about 10:00 p.m., she was exhausted and ready to go home to bed.
48When she was a teenager her bodyguard was Louis Dean Palmer, whom she called "Palmtree".
49She was voted the 38th Greatest Movie Star of all time by Entertainment Weekly.
50Auditioned twice to be in "Our Gang" / "The Little Rascals". She apparently failed the first audition, and made the second while she was appearing in the "Baby Burlesks" series. "Our Gang" director Robert F. McGowan refused to agree to Shirley's mother's request that Shirley receive star billing with "Our Gang", so she didn't get in.
51Appears on the cover of The Beatles' album "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band".
52She learned her trade at Meglin's, a popular talent school. Judy Garland was once a fellow "Meglin Kiddie".
53Shirley Jones and Shirley MacLaine were both named after her.
54She became a Dame of Malta, although not from the officially recognized Roman Catholic order but rather from a non-Roman Catholic-unaffiliated entity.
55Her mother, Gertrude Temple, did her hair in pin curls for each movie. Every hairstyle had exactly 56 curls.
56Has three children: Linda Susan Agar, whom Charles Black later adopted, (b. January 30, 1948), Charles Black Jr. (aka Charles Alden Black Jr. "Charlie") (born in Bethesda, Maryland on April 24, 1952) and Lori Black (aka Lori Alden Black) (b. April 9, 1954). Oddly enough, both daughters were not only born in the same hospital in Santa Monica, CA, but both were delivered by the same doctor who had delivered Shirley herself.
57When she was seven years old her life was insured with Lloyd's of London, and the contract stipulated that no benefits would be paid if the child film star met with death or injury while intoxicated.
58She was considered to play Dorothy Gale in The Wizard of Oz (1939), and there are several stories about why she didn't. One is that 20th Century-Fox refused to lend her to MGM. Another was that MGM considered her singing limitations "insurmountable". In either case, Judy Garland got the part.
59When she was to play the role of Beauty in a production of "Beauty and the Beast," she was amused when her then very young daughter remarked, "Gee, Mom, you'll make a swell Beast!".
60Her daughter "Lorax" (Lori Black) was the bass player for the rock band The Melvins .
61Charles Black, the San Francisco businessman she married after divorcing John Agar, admitted to her, while they were courting, that he had never seen any of her movies.


The Red Skelton Hour1963TV SeriesDebutante
Shirley Temple's Storybook1958-1961TV SeriesPrincess Irene The Little Mermaid Emily Winters ...
A Kiss for Corliss1949Corliss Archer
Adventure in Baltimore1949Dinah Sheldon
Mr. Belvedere Goes to College1949Ellen Baker
Fort Apache1948Philadelphia Thursday
That Hagen Girl1947Mary Hagen
The Bachelor and the Bobby-Soxer1947Susan Turner
Honeymoon1947Barbara Olmstead
Kiss and Tell1945Corliss Archer
I'll Be Seeing You1944Barbara Marshall
Since You Went Away1944Bridget 'Brig' Hilton
Miss Annie Rooney1942Annie Rooney
Kathleen1941Kathleen Davis
Young People1940Wendy
The Blue Bird1940Mytyl
Susannah of the Mounties1939Susannah Sheldon
The Little Princess1939Sara Crewe
Just Around the Corner1938Penny
Little Miss Broadway1938Betsy Brown
Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm1938Rebecca Winstead
Ali Baba Goes to Town1937Shirley Temple - at Fictional Premiere (uncredited)
Wee Willie Winkie1937Priscilla Williams
Dimples1936Dimples Appleby
Poor Little Rich Girl1936Barbara Barry
Captain January1936Star
The Littlest Rebel1935Virgie Cary
Curly Top1935Elizabeth Blair
Our Little Girl1935Molly Middleton
The Little Colonel1935Lloyd Sherman
Bright Eyes1934Shirley Blake
Now and Forever1934Penelope 'Penny' Day
Baby, Take a Bow1934Shirley
Now I'll Tell1934Mary Doran
Little Miss Marker1934Marthy 'Marky' Jane
Change of Heart1934Shirley
Stand Up and Cheer!1934Shirley Dugan
Managed Money1934ShortMary Lou Rogers
As the Earth Turns1934Child (uncredited)
Mandalay1934Betty Shaw (scenes deleted)
Carolina1934Joan Connelly (uncredited)
Pardon My Pups1934ShortMary Lou Rogers
What's to Do?1933ShortMary Lou Rogers
Kid 'in' Africa1933ShortMadame Cradlebait
Merrily Yours1933ShortMary Lou Rogers
To the Last Man1933Mary Stanley (uncredited)
Dora's Dunking Doughnuts1933ShortShirley
Polly Tix in Washington1933ShortPolly Tix
The Kid's Last Fight1933ShortShirley
Out All Night1933Child (as Shirley Jane Temple)
Kid in Hollywood1933ShortMorelegs Sweettrick
Glad Rags to Riches1933ShortNell La Belle Diaperina
The Pie-Covered Wagon1932ShortShirley
Red-Haired Alibi1932Gloria Shelton
War Babies1932ShortCharmaine
Runt Page1932ShortLulu Parsnips (uncredited)
Kid's Last Stand1932Girl


The Littlest Rebel1935"Polly Wolly Doodle" 1880, uncredited / music: "Believe Me, If All Those Endearing Young Charms" 1808 - uncredited / performer: "Polly Wolly Doodle" 1880, "Believe Me, If All Those Endearing Young Charms" 1808, " I Wish I Was in Dixie's Land" 1860 - uncredited
Curly Top1935performer: "Animal Crackers in My Soup" 1935, "When I Grow Up" 1935, "Curly Top" 1935 - uncredited
Our Little Girl19351935, performer: "Lullaby to a Doll", uncredited
The Little Colonel1935performer: "Love's Young Dream", "My Old Kentucky Home" 1853 - uncredited
Bright Eyes1934performer: "On the Good Ship Lollipop" 1934 - uncredited
Now and Forever1934performer: "The World Owes Me a Living" - uncredited
Baby, Take a Bow1934performer: "On Account-a I Love You" 1934 - uncredited
Little Miss Marker1934performer: "Laugh You Son of a Gun" 1934 - uncredited
Stand Up and Cheer!1934performer: "Baby, Take a Bow" 1934 - uncredited
Kid in Hollywood1933Short performer: "We Just Couldn't Say Goodbye" - uncredited
Glad Rags to Riches1933Short performer: "A Bird in a Gilded Cage" - uncredited
Ray Donovan2015TV Series performer - 1 episode
Hollywood Singing and Dancing: A Musical History - The 1930s: Dancing Away the Great Depression2009Video documentary performer: "Wot Cher!" - uncredited
Hollywood Singing and Dancing: A Musical Treasure2008TV Movie documentary performer: "Wot Cher!" - uncredited
Hidden Hollywood: Treasures from the 20th Century Fox Film Vaults1997TV Movie documentary performer: "At the Codfish Ball" uncredited, "On the Good Ship Lollipop" uncredited, "Animal Crackers in My Soup" uncredited, "Hop, Skip, Jump and Slide"
The Crossing Guard1995performer: "Good Ship Lollipop"
Living Seas1986TV Movie performer: "At the Codfish Ball"
That's Dancing!1985Documentary performer: "Organ Grinder's Swing"
Myra Breckinridge1970performer: "You Gotta S-M-I-L-E to Be H-A-Double-P-Y", "On the Good Ship Lollipop" - uncredited
Shirley Temple's Storybook1960TV Series performer - 1 episode
Honeymoon1947performer: "Ven Aqui", "I Love Geraniums"
Since You Went Away1944performer: "Happy Birthday to You" 1893 - uncredited
Kathleen1941performer: "Around the Corner" 1941, "Row, Row, Your Boat" or "The Old Log Hut" 1852 uncredited
Young People1940"I Wouldn't Take A Million" 1940, uncredited / performer: "Fifth Avenue" 1940, "Tra-La-La-La" 1940, "Young People" 1940, "On the Beach at Waikiki" 1915, "Baby Take a Bow" 1934 - uncredited
The Blue Bird1940performer: "Lay Dee O" - uncredited
Susannah of the Mounties1939performer: "I'll Teach You to Waltz"
The Little Princess1939performer: "The Fantasy", "Wot Cher!" 1891 - uncredited
Just Around the Corner1938performer: "This Is a Happy Little Ditty" 1938, "I Love to Walk in the Rain" 1938 - uncredited
Little Miss Broadway1938performer: "Be Optimistic" 1938, "How Can I Thank You?" 1938, "We Should Be Together" 1938, "If All the World Were Paper" 1938, "Swing Me an Old Fashioned Song" 1938 - uncredited
Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm1938performer: "An Old Straw Hat", "Come and Get Your Happiness", "On the Good Ship Lollipop", "Animal Crackers in My Soup", "When I'm with You", "Oh My Goodness", "Goodnight, My Love", "Parade of the Wooden Soldiers"
Stand-In1937performer: "On the Good Ship Lollipop" 1934 - uncredited
Heidi1937performer: "In Our Little Wooden Shoes" 1937, "Holy God, We Praise Thy Name" 1774, "Silent Night" 1818 - uncredited
Wee Willie Winkie1937performer: "Auld Lang Syne" 1788 - uncredited
Stowaway1936performer: "Goodnight, My Love" 1936, "You Gotta S-M-I-L-E To Be H-A-Double-P-Y" 1936, "That's What I Want for Christmas" 1935 uncredited
Dimples1936performer: "The Gospel Train", "Hey, What Did the Blue Jay Say?" 1936, "He Was a Dandy" 1936, "Picture Me Without You" 1936, "Dixie-anna" 1936 - uncredited
Poor Little Rich Girl1936performer: "When I'm with You" 1936, "Oh My Goodness" 1936, "You've Gotta Eat Your Spinach, Baby" 1936, "But Definitely" 1936, "Buy a Bar of Barry's" 1936, "Military Man" 1936, "Peck's Theme" 1936 - uncredited
Captain January1936lyrics: "Chi mi freno in tal momento?" 1835 - uncredited / performer: "At the Codfish Ball" 1936, "The Right Somebody to Love" 1936, "Early Bird" 1936, "Asleep in the Deep" 1897 uncredited, "Chi mi freno in tal momento?" 1835 uncredited


The Wonderful World of Disney2001TV Series book - 1 episode


Edición Especial Coleccionista2014TV Series in memory of - 1 episode
The Comeback Kids2014TV Series in memory of - 1 episode
1 a Minute2010Documentary acknowlegment: Breast Cancer Survivor - as Shirley Temple Black


Actors Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony2016TV MovieHerself
12th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards2006TV SpecialHerself - Winner: Lifetime Achievement Award
Hollywood Legends: Elizabeth Taylor and Shirley Temple2001Video documentaryHerself
AFI's 100 Years... 100 Stars: America's Greatest Screen Legends1999TV Special documentaryHerself
The Kennedy Center Honors: A Celebration of the Performing Arts1998TV Movie documentaryHerself - Honoree
The 70th Annual Academy Awards1998TV SpecialHerself - Past Winner (uncredited)
Marisa Tomei's Salute to Shirley Temple1996TV MovieHerself
Wogan1989TV SeriesHerself - Guest
The 6th Annual American Cinema Awards1989TV SpecialHerself
Tournament of Roses Parade1989TV MovieHerself - Grand Marshal (as Shirley Temple-Black)
Sonya Live in L.A.1988TV SeriesHerself
Attitudes1988TV SeriesHerself
CBS This Morning1988TV SeriesHerself - Guest
Entertainment Tonight1988TV SeriesHerself
The Princess Grace Foundation Special Gala Tribute to Cary Grant1988TV MovieHerself
The 5th Annual American Cinema Awards1988TV SpecialHerself
The 58th Annual Academy Awards1986TV SpecialHerself - Audience Member
All-Star Party for 'Dutch' Reagan1985TV SpecialHerself
The 56th Annual Academy Awards1984TV Special documentaryHerself
People Are Talking with Ann Fraser and Ross McGowan1978TV SeriesHerself - Guest
Jimmy Carter's Inaugural Gala1977TV MovieHerself
Donahue1976TV SeriesHerself - Guest
V.I.P.-Schaukel1975TV Series documentaryHerself
The Mike Douglas Show1972-1973TV SeriesHerself - Co-Host / Herself Actress / Herself - Actress
Parkinson1972TV SeriesHerself - Guest
Shirley Temple v Praze1969Documentary short
Hinter den Sternen - Kulissengespräche über das internationale Showgeschäft1968TV Series documentaryHerself
Sing Along with Mitch1964TV SeriesHerself
Shirley Temple's Storybook1958-1961TV SeriesHerself - Narrator / Herself - Hostess / Herself - Storyteller / ...
The 33rd Annual Academy Awards1961TV SpecialHerself - Presenter
The 11th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards1959TV SpecialHerself - Presenter
The Dinah Shore Chevy Show1958-1959TV SeriesHerself - Guest
The Ed Sullivan Show1954TV SeriesHerself - Guest
American Creed1946ShortHerself
Our Girl Shirley1942Documentary shortMary Lou Rogers
Screen Snapshots Series 18, No. 11938Documentary shortHerself
Screen Snapshots Series 17, No. 91938Short documentaryHerself - Oscar Presenter
20th Century Fox Promotional Film1936Documentary shortHerself (uncredited)
The Hollywood Gad-About1934Documentary shortHerself (uncredited)

Archive Footage

Behind the Magic: Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs2015TV Movie documentaryHerself
The 21st Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards2015TV SpecialHerself - In Memoriam
Entertainment Tonight2014TV SeriesHerself
The 66th Primetime Emmy Awards2014TV SpecialHerself (In Memoriam)
The 86th Annual Academy Awards2014TV SpecialHerself - Actress (In Memoriam) (as Shirley Temple Black)
The EE British Academy Film Awards2014TV SpecialHerself - Memorial Tribute
Shooting the Hollywood Stars2011TV Movie documentaryHerself
Animation Lookback2009TV Series documentaryHerself
To Oz! The Making of a Classic2009Video documentary shortHerself
Hollywood Singing and Dancing: A Musical History - The 1930s: Dancing Away the Great Depression2009Video documentaryHerself
The Yellow Brick Road and Beyond2009Video documentaryHerself
Hollywood Singing and Dancing: A Musical Treasure2008TV Movie documentaryHerself
Private Screenings2006TV SeriesShirley Blake / Annie Rooney
Corazón de...2006TV SeriesHerself
Biography1995-2005TV Series documentaryHerself
American Masters1997-2004TV Series documentaryHerself
Christmas from Hollywood2003Video documentaryHerself
The Wonderful World of Disney2001TV SeriesHerself
72nd Annual Academy Awards Pre-Show2000TV SpecialHerself (uncredited)
ABC 2000: The Millennium1999TV Special documentary
Hollywood Screen Tests: Take 21999TV Special documentaryHerself (uncredited)
Fox Studios Australia: The Grand Opening1999TV Movie documentaryHerself
Film Breaks1999TV Series documentary
The 20th Century: A Moving Visual History1999TV Mini-Series documentaryHerself
Classified X1998TV Movie documentaryHerself
Frank Capra's American Dream1997TV Movie documentaryHerself
Hidden Hollywood: Treasures from the 20th Century Fox Film Vaults1997TV Movie documentaryHerself
Off the Menu: The Last Days of Chasen's1997DocumentaryHerself (uncredited)
20th Century-Fox: The First 50 Years1997TV Movie documentaryHerself (uncredited)
Inside the Dream Factory1995TV Movie documentaryHerself
100 Years at the Movies1994TV Short documentaryHerself
The Our Gang Story1994Video documentaryHerself / Morelegs Sweettrick / Annie Rooney
Shirley Temple: America's Little Darling1993TV MovieHerself
60 Minutes1991TV Series documentaryHerself
Shirley Temple: Hollywood's Biggest Little Superstar1991VideoHerself
Hollywood on Parade1990Video documentaryHerself
The Wonderful Wizard of Oz: 50 Years of Magic1990TV Movie documentaryHerself
The 1930's: Music, Memories & Milestones1988Video documentaryHerself - with Eddie Cantor
Moonlighting1988TV SeriesHerself
Muppet Babies1988TV Series
America Censored1985TV Movie documentaryElizabeth Blair
Going Hollywood: The '30s1984Documentary
Hollywood Out-takes and Rare Footage1983DocumentaryHerself (uncredited)
Hollywood's Children1982TV Movie documentaryHerself
Has Anybody Here Seen Canada? A History of Canadian Movies 1939-19531979TV Movie documentaryHerself - Canada-Hollywood Dinner (uncredited)
AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to Henry Fonda1978TV Special documentaryActress 'Fort Apache (uncredited)
That's Action1977DocumentaryHerself
America at the Movies1976DocumentaryShirley Blake
The Biggest Little Star of the 30's1976ShortHerself
Hooray for Hollywood1975DocumentaryHerself
Brother Can You Spare a Dime1975DocumentaryHerself
M*A*S*H1975TV SeriesVirginia Cary
Fred Astaire Salutes the Fox Musicals1974TV MovieHerself
The Walt Disney Story1973Documentary shortHerself (uncredited)
The Dick Cavett Show1972TV SeriesHerself
Hollywood Blue1970DocumentaryHerself
Black History: Lost Stolen, or Strayed1968TV Movie documentaryHerself / Various Roles (uncredited)
The Love Goddesses1965DocumentaryHerself
The Sound of Laughter1963DocumentaryLa Belle Diaperina (Saloon Singer)
The Victors1963Herself (uncredited)
Days of Infamy1962Short documentaryHerself - Visits RCAF Base
Project XX1960TV Series documentaryHerself - Actress
Take It or Leave It1944Shirley Dugan: Clip from 'Stand Up and Cheer' (uncredited)
Cavalcade of the Academy Awards1940Documentary shortHerself

Won Awards

2006Life Achievement AwardScreen Actors Guild Awards
1992Career Achievement AwardNational Board of Review, USA
1960Star on the Walk of FameWalk of FameMotion PictureOn 8 February 1960. At 1500 Vine Street.
1935Juvenile AwardAcademy Awards, USA

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