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Sienna Miller

Sienna Miller

Sienna Miller (Tippi Hedren) was born in New York and raised in England. After returning to New York to study drama at the Lee Strasberg Institute, she made her major film debut opposite Daniel Craig in 2004’s “Layer Cake.” In 2008 she was nominated for BAFTA’s Rising Star Award, as well as receiving an Independent Spirit Award nomination for “Interview,” and a British Independent Film Award nomination for “The Edge of Love.” Her role as The Baroness in the popular action film “G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra” earned her the Best Supporting Actress Award from ShoWest. Miller’s other films include “Two Jacks,” “The Mysteries of Pittsburgh,” “Camille,” “Stardust,” “Factory Girl,” “Casanova” and “Alfie.” Miller’s most recent film projects include Nick Cassavetes’ “Yellow” and Rachid Bouchareb’s “Just Like a Woman.” Among her stage performances are “As You Like It” and Terence Rattigan’s “Flare Path” in London’s West End, as well as her Broadway performance in Patrick Marber’s adaption of “After Miss Julie.”