Google pays tribute to a Hollywood legend. Shirley Temple's doodle is animated.

Shirley Temple began performing at a young age, and at the age of six, she was the first child actor to win an Academy Award.

The doodle features Hollywood icon Shirley Temple in three different stages of her life.(Google)

Shirley "Little Miss Miracle" Temple, an American performer, singer, dancer, and diplomat, was honored with a Google doodle today. She appears in three distinct periods of her life in the animated doodle.

They revealed more about this well-known figure in a blog post and why they chose this specific day to honor her.

According to the site, on this day in 2015, the Santa Monica History Museum unveiled a unique display called "Love, Shirley Temple," which included a collection of her unusual mementos.

Born on April 23, 1928, in Santa Monica, California, Temple started acting at an early age and even became the first child star to receive an Academy Award at the age of six. She captivated the whole nation with her signature dimples, blonde ringlet curls, and strong work ethic. After a celebrated and successful career, she retired from the movie industry as a Hollywood icon.

She is, however, recognized for more than simply her performances. She smoothly went from the entertainment industry to public service and committed herself to improve the lives of others. In 1969, Temple was appointed as the United States' representative to the United Nations. She went on to become the first female Chief of Protocol at the State Department and an ambassador to Ghana.

Temple received the Screen Actors Guild's Lifetime Achievement Award in 2006.

Shirley Temple died on February 10, 2014, at the age of 82.

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