Sienna Miller’s film career has arguably been her most famous
platform. Her first film role came in 2001, when she starred in South
Kensington with Rupert Everett and Elle Macpherson. Following this, she
had small acting stints in movies such as High Speed and Joy Ride, It
was in 2004 that she got her real break in the film industry, when she
played against Jude Law in the remake of the 1966 film Alfie. Following
Alfie, Sienna starred in the 2004 film Layer Cake with Daniel Craig and
Michael Gambon. 2005 saw her play a lead role in Casanova, which was
closely followed by her portrayal of Edie Sedgwick, the stunning
companion of Andy Warhol, in the 2006 production Factory Girl.
performance received huge critical acclaim, with Miller subsequently
seen as a competent leading actress. Later films in 2007 have included
Stardust and Interview, and upcoming projects include The Edge of Love
with good friend, Kiera Knightley, and Hippie Hippie Shake, which is
set in 1960s America and also stars Cillian Murphy.