New York born and London raised Sienna Miller’s big break came in 2004 with Matthew Vaughn’s punchy thriller Layer Cake opposite Daniel Craig, along with a reboot of Alfie starring Jude Law. Sienna became a leading lady with her portrayal of the tragic andy warhol muse Edie Sedgwick in Factory Girl (2006). She stared in a remake of Interview (2007) with Steve Buscemi, and gave an award-winning performance opposite Kiera Knightley in The Edge of Love (2008), loosley based on the romantic life of the poet Dylan Thomas.
Sienna’s stage career includeds Patrick Marber’s After Miss Julie alongside Johnny Lee Miller on Broadway, and more recently Sir Trevor Nunn’s production of Flare Path at the Haymarket Theatre. Sienna also just finished a run of Cabaret with Alan Cummings on Broadway. Outside of acting, Sienna is a Global Ambassador for both the International Medical Corps and the UK branch of the Starlight Children’s Foundation. 2014 was particularly strong for Sienna, with roles in two Oscar-nominated films: Bennet Miller’s Foxcatcher and Clint Eastwood’s American Sniper.
Miller recently starred with Bradley Cooper again in Burnt (2015), and will soon be seen in Ben Affleck’s upcoming Prohibition drama on the underworld of organised crime, Live by Night (2017).