Shirley Temple

Career Highlights

Highlights of Shirley's working career

(Picture: Receiving academy award full size Oscar 1985)

Background music: "Fifth Avenue",
1940 Twentieth Century Music Corp/Robbins Music Corp,
Computer adaptation 1999 David Jenkins

1931 Enrolled at Meglin Dancing School (Age 3 1/2)
Discovered by Charles Lamont, Director - Educational Films
1933 Invited to audition by Jay Gorney, Songwriter - Fox Film Corp
1933-1949  Actress (Academy Award 1935/1985
For contributions to entertainment during 1934)
1938,1989,1999 Grand Marshall Tournament of Roses, Pasadena CA
1940-1945 Student Westlake School for Girls L.A
1957-1961  Television Narrator
1961       Co-founder National Federation of Multiple Sclerosis
1965       Member San Francisco Health Facilities Planning
Association Board
1967       Republican Candidate
1969       Director Bank of California
Director Firemen's Fund Insurance Corporation
Director BANCAL Tri-State Corporation
Director Del Monte Corporation
Member California Advisory Hospital Council
1969-1970  Delegate to United Nations (Pres.Nixon)
1972-1974  Special Assistant to Chairman American Council on
Environment Quality
1972       Representative UN Conference on Human Environment in
Delegate Joint Committee Treaty on Environment USSR-USA
1973       Member US Commission for UNESCO
1974     Director Walt Disney Productions
1974-1976  US Ambassador to Ghana (Pres.Ford)
1976-1977  US Chief of Protocol (Pres.Ford)
1981-1987 Foreign Affairs Officer with the State Department (Pres.Reagan)
Member US Delegation on African Refugee Problems
Director National Wildlife Federation
Member UN Association US
Founding Member American Academy of Diplomacy
1988 Autobiography "Child Star" published
1989-1992 US Ambassador to Czechoslovakia (Pres.Bush)
2000 Advisor to Danbury Mint on new Doll series
2001 Consultant to Disney for "Child Star" Movie for TV


Member Institute of International Studies
Spokeswoman for Breast Cancer Awareness

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