Sienna Miller is an English actress and model. Miller’s breakout role came in 2004, when she starred in the drama “Layer Cake” alongside Daniel Craig. Miller followed up this success with her role in the biographical film “Factory Girl” (2006), in which she played Edie Sedgwick, an iconic figure of the 1960s New York art scene.
One of her earliest breakthrough roles came in the film “Alfie” (2004), in which she played the romantic interest of the titular character portrayed by Jude Law. The role was followed by “The Edge of Love” (2008), a biographical drama in which she played the role of Welsh poet Dylan Thomas’ wife, Caitlin Macnamara. In television, Miller’s standout performance came in the limited series “The Loudest Voice” (2019), in which she played journalist Beth Ailes, the wife of media executive Roger Ailes.
Throughout her career, Miller has worked with a variety of notable actors and actresses, including Jude Law, Heath Ledger, Keira Knightley, and Bradley Cooper. She has also collaborated with directors such as Clint Eastwood, Matthew Vaughn, and Ben Affleck.
In addition to her work in film and television, Miller has also made a name for herself as a stage actress. In 2015, she starred in a Broadway production of “Cabaret,” in which she played the iconic role of Sally Bowles. This performance earned Miller rave reviews and a Tony Award nomination for Best Actress in a Leading Role in a Musical.