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Sienna Miller Net Worth $10 Million
American-born English actress, model, songwriter and fashion designer,Sienna Miller has an estimated net worth of $10 million. Using a mother who ran London’s famous Lee Strasberg drama school — and being the form of knockout blonde beauty adored by the cameras — it was not surprising that Sienna Miller eventually gravitated to an acting profession.
Born in New York on December 28, 1981 to an American banker father and also a mother who was always linked to the arts, young Miller received her primary education at the Heathfield School in Ascot, Surrey, before pursuing performing at New York’s Lee Strasberg Institute. Her feature debut in the 2002 drama Joy Rider found the emerging celebrity caught in the middle of a heated love triangle, and after essaying a role in a BBC television drama Bedtime in 2001, Miller crossed the pond to appear in the stateside series Keen Eddie. Trading zingers with the series’ lead Mark Valley, Miller played her character with just the kind of chemistry needed to make an action comedy series work. Subsequent roles in the movies Layer Cake and Alfie weren’t was enough to get folks talking about Miller, her relationship with the latter film’s star, Jude Law,which definitely helped keep gossip columnists in business.
A mere week after Law and longtime wife Sadie Frost divorced, the fine actor and also the climbing starlet were rumored to possess bought an apartment together in a more secluded region of New York. But Miller’s biggest coup was yet to come, for she soon netted her first lead in a significant American attribute: that of Katya, a twentysomething member of the glitterati who engages an associate of the paparazzi (Steve Buscemi) in some seriously devious mind games when he sets out to interview her, in Buscemi’s directorial appearance Interview. Meanwhile, Miller joined Robert de Niro, Michelle Pfeiffer and others to get a supporting character in the Princess Bride-like fantasy Stardust (2007), and evoked poet Dylan Thomas’ wife, Caitlin MacNamara, in the period drama The most effective Time of Our Lives (2008).