The American actress started her career at only three, in 1932, and rapidly became an icon of 1930s American cinema.
With her gold locks and cheeky smile, the child incarnated the ideal Depression-era antidote, starring in feel-good films where she would practice exceptional dancing scenes. In 1935, she is the first child to receive a Youth Oscar, becoming the first major child-star with a worldwide celebrity. However, understanding her career was declining from her teen-hood, Shirley Temple decided to retire before embracing a television in the 1960s and political career from the 1970s. The actress's figure was at the centre of a gigantic merchandising commerce and today you can still sip a non-alcoholic cocktail named after her.