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G.I. JOE: THE RISE OF COBRA

SIENNA MILLER (The BARONESS/Ana) was born in New York and is the youngest daughter of Ed and Jo Miller. She spent the majority of her childhood in London and Wiltshire. She was educated at Heathfield School in Berkshire, where she showed a keen interest in the theater, both recreationally and as part of her A-Level curriculum. 

After a year out traveling she went on to study drama at the Lee Strasberg Institute in New York. In 2000, she starred in the off-Broadway production of "Independence” at the Neighborhood Playhouse. Miller's breakthrough came in 2001 with a role in the BBC series "Bedtime.” She then went on to land the female lead role, alongside Mark Valley, in "Keen Eddie,” J.H. Wyman's sitcom about a New York City policeman who is sent to London and ends up sharing a flat with a beautiful young woman named Fiona (Miller). 

Miller's film debut came in "Layer Cake,” Matthew Vaughn's hit film based on a London crime novel about successful cocaine dealer XXXX (Daniel Craig), who, having earned a respected place among England's Mafia elite, plans an early retirement from the business. Miller played the alluring Tammy. Her next role was Nikki, a beautiful but unstable party girl, in Charles Shyer's high-profile remake of the 1960s classic "Alfie,” in which she starred alongside Jude Law, Susan Sarandon, Marisa Tomei, Jane Krakowski and Nia Long. She next traveled to Venice to star opposite Heath Ledger in Lasse Halstrom's production of "Casanova” as Francesca, the only woman Casanova fails to seduce. 

In her West End debut, Miller played Celia in the Young Vic's production of William Shakespeare's "As You Like It” at the Wyndhams Theatre opposite Helen McCrory, Dominic West and Reece Shearsmith. The production ran for four months and received rave reviews. 

She went on to film "Factory Girl” directed by George Hickenlooper, a biopic about the short and tragic life of Edie Sedgwick, starring opposite Guy Pearce and Hayden Christensen. Her next role was that of Katya in "Interview.” She was approached directly by Steve Buscemi, who both starred in and directed the film, which is a remake of the controversial Dutch filmmaker Theo Van Gogh's film. She next starred in Matthew Vaughn's fantasy "Stardust.” 

More recently, she starred in "The Mysteries of Pittsburgh,” based on the novel by Michael Chabon, alongside Peter Sarsgaard and Mena Suvari; and John Maybury's "The Edge of Love” with Keira Knightley, Matthew Rhys and Cillian Murphy, which tells the story of the life of Dylan Thomas.

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