It Took Her a Minute to Switch Between Her "Ted Lasso" and "Fargo" Dialects, Says Juno Temple

British actress Juno Temple took on the challenge of mastering a Minnesota accent for her role in "Fargo" alongside Jon Hamm. 

Temple, known for her three-year stint as Keeley Jones on "Ted Lasso," earned three Primetime Emmy nominations for her performance. 

In an interview with Business Insider, Temple shared the challenges of simultaneously working on "Fargo" and "Ted Lasso," where she had to switch between a Minnesota and an Essex accent. 

Initially, Temple faced confusion while developing her Minnesota accent, especially while still portraying her Essex-accented character on "Ted Lasso." 

Despite initial skepticism from her brothers about her Minnesota accent, Temple eventually mastered the distinct Midwestern dialect for her role as Dorothy “Dot” Lyon in "Fargo." 

Temple reflected on the humorous moments of showcasing her early attempts at the Minnesota accent and acknowledged the learning curve she faced. 

The actress admitted that the experience of immersing herself in the unique dialects of "Fargo" expanded her vocabulary, introducing her to new words like "commode" and "vestibule." 

Fans can catch new episodes of "Fargo" Season 5 airing weekly on FX on Tuesdays at 10 pm ET. 

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