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Sienna Miller

Actor Date of birth 28th December 1981
Place of birth New York City, New York, USA
Year of debut 2001
First feature film South Kensington

Sienna Miller grew up in London. At the age of 18 she returned to her birth place, New York, to study acting at the Lee Strasberg Institute. After graduating, she acted in off-Broadway productions like Cigarettes and Chocolate. In 2001, she moved back to London and worked on TV shows including Bedtime and Keen Eddie. In 2003 she met Jude Law while filming Alfie. She has since starred in a range of movies from Factory Girl to G.I. Joe: The Rise Of The Cobra.

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Sienna Miller's films

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Packshot for the film G.I. Joe: The Rise Of Cobra
12 Certificate
112 Mins

Hi-tech super soldiers known as G.I. Joes fight to save the world. Stars Channing Tatum, Dennis Quaid, Sienna Miller and Christopher Eccleston. Contains moderate violence.

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Packshot for the film Layer Cake
15 Certificate
102 Mins

A drug dealer (Daniel Craig) has his plans to take an early retirement scuppered. Contains strong language, drug use and violence.

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Packshot for the film Casanova
12 Certificate
107 Mins

The Italian lover Casanova (Heath Ledger) tries to win over Sienna Miller. With Jeremy Irons and Oliver Platt. Contains moderate sexual references.

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Did you know?

  • Sienna Miller was almost born in a theatre. Her mother reportedly went into labour when she was watching a performance of The Nutcracker Suite in New York.
  • In 2006 she launched a clothing line with her sister Savannah, called Twenty8Twelve. The company name is based on Sienna's birthday.
  • In 2005 she made her London stage debut in As You Like It. She took over the role of Rosalind after Helen McCrory became ill during a performance.
  • She was allegedly cast in the lead role in Factory Girl twice. She originally dropped out of the production because of scheduling conflicts.
  • In an interview with Parade, she revealed that her parents were pleased when she accepted her role in G.I.Joe: The Rise Of The Cobra. She said that "my parents were getting fed up of my intense dramas".