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Sienna Miller

Actress

Deauville Talent Award 2019 of the 45th Festival of American Cinema

Born in New York, Sienna Miller was educated in England, before studying drama at the Lee Strasberg Institute in New York. She takes her first steps in cinema alongside Daniel Craig in Layer Cake by Matthew Vaughn in 2004. She then stood out in several feature films, including Casanova by Lasse Hallström (2005), Factory Girl - Portrait of a muse by George Hickenlooper (2006), Interview by Steve Buscemi (2007), The Edge of Love by John Maybury (2008) or GI Joe - The Awakening from the cobra by Stephen Sommers (2009).

In 2008, she was nominated for the Film Independent Spirit Award for best actress for her interpretation alongside Steve Buscemi in Interview. The same year, she was also named to the British Independent Film Award (Bifa) for best supporting actress for her performance in The Edge of Love and the Rising Star Award at the Bafta, the British equivalent of the Caesars. In 2013, she was named to both the Bafta and the Golden Globe for best actress in a mini-series or a TV movie for her role in The Girl, a unit produced by HBO and directed by Julian Jarrold where she plays Tippi Hedren, the actress and muse of Alfred Hitchcock.

In 2015, Sienna Miller replies to Steve Carell and Channing Tatum in foxcatcher by Bennett Miller, presented in competition at the Cannes Film Festival and nominated for the Oscars in five different categories. The same year, she plays alongside Bradley Cooper in the American drama Sniper by Clint Eastwood. This critical and public success was named to the Oscar for best film and broke records at the American box office. Also in 2015, Sienna Miller takes part in other projects such as comedy Jet Lag Ken Scott with Vince Vaughn, Live! John Wells, in which she finds Bradley Cooper, or High-Rise by Ben Wheatley with Tom Hiddleston and Luke Evans. For her interpretation in this last film, she was named to the Bifa for best actress in a supporting role. She then plays the captivating Emma Gould in the film noir Live by Night by Ben Affleck, who set the city of Boston at the time of the Prohibition. She also embodies the feminist before the time Nina Fawcett in the historical drama The Lost City of Z by James Gray, who closed the New York Festival in October 2016 and received his international premiere at the Berlin Festival in February 2017.

His most recent projects include American Woman by Jake Scott, produced by Scott Free Productions and written by Brad Ingelsby, in which his performance alongside actors Aaron Paul and Christina Hendricks was unanimously praised by critics. She also lends her features this year to Elizabeth Ailes, the wife of Roger Ailes, the founder of Fox News, played by Russell Crowe, in the TV movie The Loudest Voice.

She will soon be playing the action thriller 21 Bridges Brian Kirk, in which she plays a New York police officer in the middle of a manhunt and responds to Chadwick Boseman and JK Simmons.

In the theater, Sienna Miller stands out in the version of the play Cabaret by Sam Mendes on Broadway in 2015, but also in After Miss Julie, also on Broadway, Flare Path at the Haymarket theater in London, As You Like It at Wyndham's Theater and recently in Young Vic's version of Cat on a Hot Tin Roof at the Apollo Theater in London. In addition to her acting career, Sienna Miller is also an ambassador for the International Medical Corps.

Evening tribute on the occasion of the 45th edition of the Deauville American Festival in his presence on Wednesday September 11, followed by the screening of the film American woman by Jake Scott.

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