Juno Temple


Juno Temple On Her Character In Comedy Debut ‘Ted Lasso’: “Keeley Has Saved My Mental Health, Truly”

Juno Temple has never truly done comedy. In fact, with roles in the likes of Atonement, Cracks, Little Birds and Black Mass, to name a few, she has ploughed her field as a specialist in the darkest of darkness, and has relished every moment. She might have been surprised when co-creator Jason Sudeikis texted her with a role in Ted Lasso, but she says she can’t be more grateful for the opportunity it gave her, to explore warmth and light even as the world hurtled towards pandemic and protest. She plays Keeley Jones, a bright soul whose flame gets dimmed by the stereotype of her status as a star footballer’s girlfriend, until it is kindled by an unlikely friendship with the club’s owner, Rebecca.
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Juno Temple on ‘Palmer’, ‘Ted Lasso’ Season 2, and Why She's Still Heartbroken About HBO's ‘Vinyl’

With director Fisher Stevens’ Palmer now streaming on AppleTV+, I recently had the chance to speak with Juno Temple about making the film and several other projects. If you haven’t seen the trailers, Palmer stars Justin Timberlake as Eddie Palmer, a former high-school football star and ex-convict who finds himself living with the grandmother (June Squibb) who raised him while haunted by his past glory days in high school. While attempting to rebuild his life, his grandmother’s neighbor (Temple) goes on an prolonged bender which causes Palmer to help out with her gender non-conforming son Sam (Ryder Allen). As time passes, Palmer is drawn into Sam’s world and an inspiring and unexpected journey unfolds.