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Juno Temple (Jamie Vine)

Jamie is an ambitious assistant in the A&R Department of American Century. She uses her keen abilities to blend into the various subcultures of the New York music scene, in order to break through the glass ceiling and get ahead at the record label.

Juno Temple, recipient of the 2013 BAFTA EE Rising Star Award, is currently starring in the HBO series Vinyl from Martin Scorsese, Mick Jagger and Terence Winter. Juno was recently seen in the story of Whitey Bulger, Black Mass, for Warner Bros. opposite Johnny Depp. She also filmed the British independent film Away opposite Timothy Spall for director David Blair.

Previously, Juno was seen in Disney’s Maleficent opposite Angelina Jolie, as well as Robert Rodriguez’s Sin City: A Dame to Kill For, starring opposite Josh Brolin and Ray Liotta. She also appeared in the Mandalay independent feature Horns opposite Daniel Radcliffe for director Alex Aja; Far From the Madding Crowd for director Thomas Vinterberg and in the independent film Len & Co opposite Rhys Ifans.

In 2013, Juno starred in three films which premiered to critical acclaim at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival, including Jill Soloway’s directorial debut Afternoon Delight where she stars opposite Kathryn Hahn and Josh Radnor; Sebastian Silva’s dark thriller Magic Magic opposite Michael Cera and Emily Browning and the Millenium Films feature Lovelace alongside Amanda Seyfried. 

Previously, Juno was in The Dark Knight Rises, the final installment in Christopher Nolan’s Batman series, in addition to the indie Killer Joe, opposite Matthew McConaughey and Emile Hirsch for director William Friedkin. She also starred in the Weinstein Company’s Dirty Girl opposite Bill Macy, Milla Jovovich and Mary Steenburgen for writer/director Abe Sylvia, and in another Sundance film, Little Birds, in which she stars opposite Leslie Mann and Kyle Gallner for 2009’s Sundance Lab writer/director Elgin James.

Juno was also previously named one of BAFTA’s Brits to Watch in 2011 and Variety’s Ten Actors to Watch in 2010, and her other credits include Noah Baumbach’s Greenburg opposite Ben Stiller for Focus Features; Paul W. S. Anderson’s Three Musketeers opposite Orlando Bloom, Christoph Waltz and Logan Lerman for Summit; St. Trinian's 2 starring Rupert Everett and Colin Firth; Cracks opposite Eva Green for director Jordan Scott, Kaboom opposite Thomas Dekker; Stephen Poliakoff’s Glorious 39 opposite Bill Nighy and Julie Christie; Harold Ramis’ Year One opposite Jack Black and Michael Cera for Sony; The Other Boleyn Girl opposite Natalie Portman and Scarlett Johanssen for Focus; Atonement opposite James McAvoy and Keira Knightley for Universal and Notes on a Scandal opposite Judi Dench and Cate Blanchett for Fox Searchlight.