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Sienna Rose Miller is an English model and
Born on December 28, 1981, in New York
City, she moved to England as a child and attended the Heathfield School
in Ascot, Berkshire. She later attended the Lee Strasberg Institute in
New York City.
Her father is Edward Miller, an American
banker; her mother is Jo Miller, an American actress who ran Lee
Strasberg's acting academy in London. For much of her childhood and
adolescence, her stepmother was the English interior decorator Kelly
Miller has acquired only a few minor roles;
the most prominent of these was in the television series Keen Eddie. She
also appeared in the 2004 remake of the 1966 movie Alfie. In 2005 she
made her West End debut as Celia in Shakespeare's As You Like It to
lukewarm praise. (The Guardian commented "if she were in a girls' school
show, rather than the West End, you would think her well above
average.") However, when Helen McCrory, the British actress playing
Rosalind, fell ill, Miller took over her role for that evening's
On Christmas Day of 2004 she became engaged
to Jude Law (whom she co-starred with in Alfie). On July 18, 2005, Law
issued a public apology to her for having an affair with Daisy Wright,
the nanny of his children, after the story appeared in British tabloids.
Pictures have shown Miller not wearing her engagement ring, and strong
doubt existed as to whether they would still marry.
On October 9th the News of the World
revealed that Miller had been conducting an affair with Daniel Craig
whilst at the same time expressing her feelings of betrayal and upset at
Law's affair. Law is reported to have thrown her out of their North
London home in disgust at the news.
12 2005 Miller and Law ended their engagement.
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