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"Yeah, it means I spend a lot of time with dudes, but that’s alright," says the 26-year-old actress. From Olivia Wilde to Bobby Cannavale to Ray Romano, HBO’s Vinyl is filled with stars — but it’s a lesser-known name who steals the show.

Juno Temple makes her television debut in the 1970s-set music drama from Martin Scorsese and Mick Jagger as Jamie, a feisty, cutthroat assistant at a struggling record label. Determined to stand out in a man’s world, she’s hand-picked a band (“The Nasty Bits,” whose lead singer is played by Jagger’s son, James Jagger) that’s caught the attention of her boss. Now, she’s banking on them getting her that promotion.

Up to this point, the London-born Temple, 26, has lined her résumé with films (most recently Meadowland, opposite Wilde, and Black Mass), but it was the pilot script from Terence Winter (Boardwalk Empire, The Wolf of Wall Street) that drew the actress to the medium she says she once eschewed.

“Dude, can I be honest? I think television is where it’s at,” she tells The Hollywood Reporter. “They’re making the bravest choices. F—king hell, it’s really cool. I’m really excited to be a part of a TV show.”

Ahead of the drama’s fourth episode, Temple talks to THR about her obsession with the ‘70s, working with Scorsese and Jagger and why she doesn’t mind being one of the lone women on the show.
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Juno Temple plays Jamie Vine in Martin Scorsese and Mick Jagger’s TV venture Vinyl. The English actor who was nominated at the BAFTA for ‘BAFTA Rising Star Award’, plays the fierce A&R whose ambition drives her career in Rock and Roll era of 1970’s New York.

Here she talks about the show, Jamie Vine, and how it is to work with legends.

 

Q: Jamie’s an incredible character – what drew you to her?

Juno: She’s kickass. It was a great moment when I got the part, because I was getting ready to go to a Christmas party and I was faffing about in my living room in LA, and my agents all called me at once, which always means like either good news or bad news.

I said: I’m getting ready, I’m not going to be late, I promise. They were like: you booked the part. I literally had to collapse to the floor and have a momentary weep.

I remember reading the pilot and just thinking like: this is like my ultimate fantasy. I wish I’d been a young woman in the 1970s – what a time, musically, fashion wise, and with this huge move forward for women – birth control was legalized, abortion was legalized, sex became a whole new thing for women. Women were really starting to speak out, stating we are just as fabulous as men are, if not better.

And Jamie is the epitome of that.

As the show goes on you find out more about her, you see she is someone that is so passionate about music, and so passionate about being a woman and so passionate about being heard in such a male industry, and she’s going to do whatever it takes to have her voice heard.

It really is an honour to play her because she is one of those badass chicks that I think whatever decade you put her in she would inspire women around her.
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She’s only 26, but Juno Temple has been stealing scenes with her fiery energy for over a decade. Now, as one of the stars of HBO’s highly anticipated 70s rock and roll drama Vinyl, the British actress is set to make the leap from indie favorite to full blown superstardom, effortlessly charming the hell out of anyone she encounters on the way.

They say you ought to dress for the job you want, which is precisely what Juno Temple did when she auditioned for her role in Vinyl. Premiering this month, the HBO show, which counts Martin Scorsese and Mick Jagger as executive producers, follows a music exec (Bobby Cannavale) as he hustles through the parties and punk rock scene of 70s New York. The British actress showed up to read for precocious A&R assistant Jamie Vine in high-waisted bell-bottoms and a t-shirt by Seditionaries, Vivienne Westwood and Malcolm McLaren’s 70s clothing line. “It has Minnie and Mickey Mouse fucking on the front of it, with an anarchy symbol in one of his ears.”

Round two was with Scorsese himself, at the Beverly Hills Hotel in Los Angeles. This time, Temple rocked a crocheted, bell-sleeved mini dress with nude fishnets and platforms. Though she was “pretty fucking nervous,” she got a call ten days later, while prepping for the UTA Christmas party, saying she landed the part. “I was in nothing but my knickers in my living room, and I just sat down, weeping. I called and woke my whole family up at 3 o’clock in the morning.”

By now, her family is used to the ups and downs of showbiz. At 26, Temple has appeared in over 35 films, which range from indie favorites like Killer Joe to blockbusters like The Dark Knight Rises. Not to mention that her mother, Amanda Temple, is a producer, and her father is legendary punk filmmaker, Julien.

Temple’s first face-to-face with Scorsese proved nerve-wracking, but meeting Jagger was all gravy. After all, she had already buddied up with his son, James, who plays the lead singer of the show’s punk band Nasty Bits.“Jimmy and the rest of the band nailed it. They exuded this mad, raw energy.”

The actress also returns to the big screen later this year, opposite Timothy Spall, in the unlikely buddy film Away. It’s set in the English town of Blackpool, which Temple describes as, “Vegas meets Coney Island meets Northern England. You see some pretty mad shit.” Take, for example, this spirited Spall fan attending a bachelorette party: “She was walking around with a huge red dildo, and she screams ‘Oi Tim! Sign my dildo!’”

Given their symbiotic fashion sense and mutual love of punk music, it seems Vinyl’s Jamie Vine was the part Temple was born to play. It’s also the role that will propel her from indie darling to full blown star. Whatever the future holds, Temple is game. “Jamie wants to live life, and I definitely feel that same hunger to experience things — to listen to people, learn from people and make music, even if you can’t play the fucking guitar.”


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Juno is on a new interview on Vanity Fair Italia from February 17th:

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“There’s a great E.E. Cummings quote that says, ‘The most wasted of all days is one without laughter,’” Juno Temple tells SPIN over the phone. “But I would like to add ‘and without music.’”
The 26-year-old British actress’ genuine love for melody is perhaps the best reason why she’s qualified to portray A&R assistant Jamie Vine on HBO’s recently debuted show Vinyl (Sundays at 9 p.m. EST), a period drama chronicling the oft-corrupt music industry in 1970s New York. Helmed by veteran Hollywood director Martin Scorsese and rock icon Mick Jagger, along with writer Rich Cohen and producer Terence Winter, the series follows record-label president Richie Finestra’s (Bobby Cannavale) quest to save his company from financial ruin. Jamie, meanwhile, mirrors her boss’ ruthless ambition and “golden ear” when she offers to manage a shabby proto-punk group called the Nasty Bits.

Temple, who has starred in films like Atonement (2005), The Dark Knight Rises (2012), and Horns (2013), doesn’t just star in Vinyl — she also collects it. She called us up to talk about her life in wax cylinders, getting an iPhone-ready gramophone from Scorsese, and the “euphoric” first time she heard Nirvana.
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Juno is featured on the latest issue of ID Magazine:

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Juno Temple was on The Late Late Show last on the 16th, and a small video has surfaced the web! You can also see the full episode here (region restricted).




Juno Temple’s recalling her reaction to watching the opening episode of Vinyl, the latest TV offering from Martin Scorsese, following the huge success of his Prohibition-set Boardwalk Empire.
“I came out shaking, like I was high as a kite,” the 26-year-old says excitedly. “It felt like a Scorsese film to me. You don’t want to look away for a minute. You don’t want to pee, you don’t cough, you don’t sneeze, and what a great way to bring in the show with that kind of energy.

The 10-part drama is set in Seventies New York, and offers a ride through the sex and drug-addled music business at the dawn of the punk, disco and hip-hop eras (Mick Jagger is a co executive producer).

Temple, who appeared in last year’s Far From The Madding Crowd, plays Jamie Vine, an assistant at the record company run by Richie Finestra (Bobby Cannavale), who she describes as “pretty feisty and fearless”.

I’m so inspired by her fearlessness, and I hope people think I’m brave with the films I do, and now TV. It’s important to be fearless. You might fall on your face but sometimes, my God, you run a marathon,” exclaims the London-born actress.

What inspires me with Jamie is her joy of being a woman and how she owns that. And even though it’s a time when it was so male-orientated, especially in that industry, she’s not scared of that. She’s going to make herself heard, you know?

Temple believes that while they share “a lot of similarities”, there’s a glaring difference between her and her music-obsessed alter ego.

I spend a lot of my life in my pyjamas, and she would never be caught dead in her pyjamas,” she admits, laughing.

She’s pretty fond of her character’s Seventies clothes, though.

As a woman, it makes you feel stoked to leave the house. They hug the body in the right way. It’s about accentuating being a woman and owning being a woman, and they were really doing that [in the Seventies] because sexuality was open to them in such a new way.”

The petite actress, who’s based in Los Angeles these days, auditioned for the role in New York.

I got a phone call a week or so later to say Marty [Scorsese] wanted to read me, which was definitely a moment,” she grins.
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The actress talks vintage shopping, feminism and shooting nude scenes with Mick Jagger’s son

It’s the TV show fashion and music lovers have been waiting for. Vinyl, a collaboration between Mick Jagger, Martin Scorsese and writers Rich Cohen and Terence Winter, recreates the glamorous yet gritty music scene of 1970s New York City. The drama focusses on Richie Finestra (Bobby Cannavale), as the head of flailing record label American Century, at a time when disco, punk and hip-hop are emerging.

It also stars Olivia Wilde as Richie’s wife Devon, Ray Romano, James Jagger (Mick and Jerry Hall’s son) and Juno Temple, along with a stellar crew, who have meticulously recreated every detail of the era. Many of them, including costume designer John Dunn, experienced the decadence of the era themselves – not least of all Mick.

We chat to Juno, who plays Jamie Vine, the lowest-paid assistant at American Century, yet by far the best-dressed and most “kickass” woman in the office.

Jamie’s an incredible character – what drew you to her?
She is, isn’t she? She’s kickass. It was a great moment when I got the part, because I was getting ready to go to a Christmas party and I was faffing about in my living room in LA, and my agents all called me at once, which always means like either good news or bad news.
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