Shirley Temple: Google today (Wednesday, June 9, 2021) honored American actors, singers, dancers, and diplomats by creating animated doodles of Shirley Temple. Shirley worked as a child artist in Hollywood from 1934 to 1938. On the same day in 2015, the Santa Monica History Museum (Santa Monica History Museum) launched the “Love, Shirley Temple,” which contained a collection of his rare memorabilia. Today, Google has honored “Love, Shirley Temple” by creating doodles to celebrate its opening anniversary. The animated doodle features Shirley Temple as a diplomat, award-winning actor, and young girl dancer. The name of the search engine is also visible on three movie studs under the doodle.
The museum was opened today in 2015. Shirley Temple was born on April 23, 1928, in California. He started his film career at the age of four. Within two years, she became quite famous. Shirley had acted in 29 films by the time she reached the age of 3 to 10. And by the age of 21, he worked in 14 more films.
At the age of 22, he retired from the film industry. Shirley started her political career in 1969. Shirley was appointed u.S. representative to the United Nations in 1969. After recognizing his diplomatic achievements, Temple was appointed an Honorary Foreign Service Officer in 1988, including becoming an ambassador to Ghana (Ghana) and the first female head of protocol (first female Chief of Protocol to the State Department) at the State Department.