English actress Sienna Miller recently came out about her past, relationships and career. Actress, who was nominated and had won several prestigious awards for her notable work, saw a massive downfall in her career and personal relationships. The 32 year-old actress has recently emerged on the scene and has gained lime light yet again due to her candid interview with Esquire UK magazine, wherein she went topless and bared it all.
Actress, model and fashion designer Sienna Miller is known for her roles in movies like "The Edge of Love," and "Interview." Sienna Miller was a rising stars of early 2000s before she was caught up in a cheating and a phone hacking scandal that had a massive impact not only her relationships but also on her career. Following which, she nearly vanished from the scene making a rare comeback with lesser known films like "Yellow," "Two Jacks" and "A Case of You."
Sienna Miller has posed topless for the cover of the March issue of Esquire UK. Along with her much talked about appearance on the cover she has opened up like never before, in a sensational interview that has caused quite a stir. According to the reports, "Factory Girl" star has admitted to quite a lot of wrongdoings that proved to be disastrous for her career and more.
The 32 year-old star's career slumped when she had a very public break up with Jude Law after cheating with "James Bond" series actor Daniel Craig. Her past has again come under spotlight due to the British tabloid phone-hacking trials.
Actress admitted in the interview that she "sabotaged things" and "burnt a lot of bridges." All of this and more resulted in her downfall. Miller said that she "deliberately disappeared." "I was sick of myself, to be honest, or sick of that perception of me. It all felt so f-ing dirty," added Sienna Miller in her interview with Esquire UK.
Presently, Sienna Miller is dating actor Tom Sturridge. She also has a daughter with him, named Marlowe. Her upcoming projects include films titled, "Business Trip" and "Mississippi Grind."
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