Sienna Miller News
Submitted by Associated Press on June 7, 2011
LONDON – A British tabloid has formally apologized to actress Sienna Miller for hacking into her cell phone messages.
Michael Silverleaf, a lawyer for News Group Newspapers, the publisher of The News of The World, offered "sincere apologies" to Miller in London's High Court Tuesday.
The company acknowledged that the information obtained through hacking should never have been published.
Miller settled the case for 100,000 pounds ($164,500) in damages and costs.
Submitted by Associated Press on April 15, 2011
LONDON – A judge says actress Sienna Miller and three other alleged victims of a British tabloid phone-hacking scandal can push ahead with suing the News of The World newspaper.
High Court judge Geoffrey Vos says the four cases should not be delayed by an ongoing criminal investigation into the tabloid's conduct.
He said Friday the four "test cases" - the most well-advanced out of more than 20 similar claims - could provide guidance for potential damages the other alleged victims can claim.
Submitted by Associated Press on April 9, 2011
LONDON – A lawyer for Sienna Miller says the actress has not dropped her lawsuit against a tabloid accused of hacking her phone, despite the paper's apology and offer of compensation.
Miller's lawyer, Mark Thomson, says the actress is suing the News of the World for "outrageous violations of privacy."
On Friday the newspaper acknowledged eavesdropping on the voicemails of public figures. It said it would pay compensation for "justifiable claims."
Submitted by Alexis Sezar on February 8, 2011
HOLLYWOOD, Calif. — Jude Law and Sienna Miller have called it quits again.
The actor's rep confirmed the split Tuesday, telling People magazine they "are no longer in a relationship."
Law, 38, and Miller, 29, have a storied history together. They became engaged in 2004, only to break up two years later after the Cold Mountain star admitted to cheating on the actress with his children's nanny.
Submitted by Rich King on October 21, 2009
NEW YORK — Sienna Miller is a day away from making her Broadway debut in After Miss Julie.
Based on August Strindberg's 1888 play about sex and class, After Miss Julie is set in an English country house on the eve of the Labour Party's historic landslide win in 1945.
Miller, 27, plays Miss Julie, a rich lady in her twenties who becomes involved with a family manservant.
"She is a very strong, very damaged, multi faceted character and its really fun to play somebody who operates under extremes," Miller says. "So as an actor its a very challenging role and I love a challenge."
The production opens Thursday at Roundabout Theatre's American Airlines Theatre on New York's famed 42nd Street.
Submitted by Alexis Sezar on July 26, 2009
LOS ANGELES — Sienna Miller has endured her fair share of bad press in recent time, most notably during her romance last summer with the married Balthazar Getty. But the British actress wasn't worried about mending her public image when she recently traveled on a dangerous mission to war-torn Congo.
"If I'd done it for publicity, I would have taken a photographer," the 27-year-old star tells Nylon magazine for its August issue. "I'm not just lending my name to it. We went to a war zone, we lived in camps. I would like to see those [detractors] doing the journey we did."
"I basically realized that I was so resentful for so long about the state of my celebrity, but I wanted to turn it around and do something good," she added.
Submitted by Chloe Bunker on June 15, 2009
LOS ANGELES — Sienna Miller has developed quite the reputation over the years, thank in large part to a string of high-profile relationship with the likes of Jude Law, Jamie Burke, Balthazar Getty and Rhys Ifans. However, the British actress insists the public's perception of her couldn't be more wrong.
Submitted by Rich King on January 23, 2009
NEW YORK — Sienna Miller is headed for the bright lights of New York City.
The 27-year-old actress will make her Broadway debut this fall by starring in "After Miss Julie," according to The Associated Press.
Miller's Miss Julie character is one of only three roles in the production, which will be directed by Mark Brokaw.
Submitted by Chloe Bunker on August 20, 2008
LONDON — A new twist has been added to Sienna Miller's controversial relationship with Balthazar Getty.
Submitted by Chloe Bunker on August 14, 2008
HOLLYWOOD, Calif. — Sienna Miller's mom is lashing out at the "feeding frenzy" surrounding her daughter's relationship with the still-married Balthazar Getty.