Sienna is ranked #46 in the "100 Hottest Blondes of AIM".
In 2008 Sienna starred in the music video for See The Light for the band The Hours. In the clip, Sienna was covered in cow's blood while saying the line, "Death feels like the safest place for me right now."
Sienna tied with Liz Hurley to be voted in at #4 in a poll conducted by AntiBloat's to find the 'Sexiest Celebrity Stomachs' in July 2008.
Sienna was ranked #27 in Maxim's Hot 100 Women 2008.
In 2007, Sienna was ranked #87 on FHM's '100 Sexiest Women in the World' list.
In May 2007, Sienna and her sister Savannah launched their clothing line called Twenty8Twelve. The name of the clothing line comes from Sienna's date of birth.
In 2007, Sienna won "Film Actress of the Year" at the Glamour Women of The Year Awards.
Sienna was often known as "Squit" (British slang for "an unimportant person") at boarding school.
Sienna was forced to hire two bodyguards for the London premiere of The Factory Girl. In March 2007 it was reported that she was being stalked by a transvestite named Peter, who has bombarded her with letters about being obsessed with her look.
In 2007, Sienna ranked #62 on Askmen.com's 'Top 99 Most Desirable Women' list.
Sienna attended Lee Strasberg Institute in New York and majored in Drama.
In March 2007, Sienna sparked controversy when she admitted to taking drugs and saying they're "loads of fun." She also included that if she had a drug of choice, it would be "magic mushrooms."
In 2006, Sienna was voted 'Britain's 2nd Most Stylish Woman of All Time' by Grazia magazine.
When Sienna was a child, she had a pet rabbit named Daisy.
When Sienna was still in a relationship with Jude Law, her secret wish was for Jude to get tired of her beauty so others could get a chance with her.
In 2004, Vogue honored Sienna's sense of style by naming her "Best-Dressed Woman."
As of 2007, Sienna resides in West London.
In 2002, Sienna appeared in European commercials for 'Coca-Cola.'
Sienna attended Heathfield School, a boarding school, in Ascot, Surrey.
Sienna is a smoker.
Sienna was beat out by Anne Hathaway for the role of Lureen Twist in the 2006, Academy Award nominated film, Brokeback Mountain, after Sienna fell ill on the day of her audition.
In 2006, Sienna ranked #42 on Maxim's 'Hot 100' List.
Sienna has 2 dogs named Porgy and Bess. She named them after the 2 leading characters in an opera by the same name.
Sienna is a huge fan of Chelsea FC.
In 2006, Sienna was voted #2 on AskMen.com's 'Top 99 Most Desirable Women' list.
Sienna is 5' 5" (1.65 m).
Sienna is fighting rumors that she and Factory Girl co-star Hayden Christensen were actually having intercourse during their sex scenes. The accusations were made in February 2007.
Bob Dylan tried to stop the release of Sienna's movie, Factory Girl, because he fears it falsely implies he was responsible for the suicide of Andy Warhol's muse Edie Sedgwick. Bob's lawyer wrote that the film's original screenplay depicted an alleged relationship between the two using Dylan's name and suggested he dumped Sedgwick, leading to her "tragic decline into heroin addiction and eventual suicide".
Sienna auctioned off a dream date with herself at a charity auction. The highest bidder was a 16 year old boy who worked five jobs to make the $3800.00 that was needed to win in 2006.
In 2005, Sienna was to make her West End debut in the Shakespearean play As You Like It, directed by David Lan. Her part as Celia had to be recast right before the opening, because Sienna pulled out of the production.
Sienna enjoys reading by her fireplace, swimming, shopping, and cooking in her free time.
For more than a decade Sienna's father, American Banker Ed Miller, was married to top interior designer, Kelly Hoppen.
Sienna's birthday is one day before Jude Law's.
Sienna's was voted as to having the 'Best Nose' in a 2005 People magazine poll.
In 2005, Sienna was listed on People magazine's 'Best-Dressed' list.
Sienna, Charlize Theron and Angelina Jolie refused to play the role of the Bond babe in the new 007 movie Casino Royale.
Sienna dated English model Calum Best when she was 16 years old (he was 17 at the time). They enjoyed writing each other love letters.
Sienna dated model David Neville for two years (2001-2003).
After starring in Alfie together, Sienna and Jude Law bought a small apartment in New York City together.
Sienna had a guest-starring role on the short-lived The American Embassy, which was a mid-season filler show that aired in the Ally McBeal time slot.
Sienna modelled for the 2003 Pirelli Calendar.
Sienna once mistakenly called Kevin Spacey "Kevin Bacon."
Born in America, Sienna relocated to England with her mother once her parents divorced.
Sienna's siblings, step-siblings, and half-siblings include Savannah, Charles, Stephen, and Natasha.
Sienna's father, Ed Miller, is an American banker, and her mother, Jo, is from South Africa.
Sienna dated fellow-Brit actor Orlando Bloom in 2001. They are still good friends.
Sienna reportedly had an affair with Jude Law's friend Daniel Craig, after Jude confessed he'd had an affair with their nanny.
Due to all the press over her split with Jude Law, Sienna has decided to move to America to get away from it all.
Sienna's mother, Jo Miller, ran Lee Strasberg in London.
Sienna starred in Shakespeare's As You Like It at Wyndham's Theatre in London until September 17, 2005.
After Jude Law confessed he cheated on her with their nanny, Sienna and Jude split up.
Sienna: People are terrified for their own reputations. They want the press on their side.
Sienna: It's reached this point where people are fascinated by every intricate detail of other people's lives. And some people are willing to give up their lives like that.
Sienna: I feel we live in the kind of culture now where you have to be very smart to navigate the right way, and I just don't have those smarts. I think with age and time it will change, but I can't obsess about it.
Sienna: All the legal action I've taken against newspapers has had a massively positive effect on my life and achieved exactly what I wanted, which is privacy and non-harassment.
Sienna: With acting, there is a level of anonymity which is conducive to your profession. There are examples of very public people who are on the cover of every celebrity magazine but can't open a film.
Sienna: It's really fun to be in a film that's pure entertainment, that people want to go and see. I think, in the current climate, the state of things, people want escapism.
Sienna: You want to feel that you can do something creative that you love without being picked apart and mutilated for other people's pleasure.
Sienna: The newspapers turn a blind eye to how they get their material as long as they have great photographs.
Sienna: I felt like I was living in some sort of video game and people pre-empting every move I made, obviously as a result of accessing my private information.
Sienna: When I have a child, it will be probably become my whole life, so I don't want to have any regrets that I should have done more.
Sienna: People on the edge of love go with their heart and not their head.
Sienna: My career suffered massively because I had a reputation for being a very tabloid person.
Sienna: It's so hard for women in this business. And I want to be doing this when I'm 50.
Sienna: It's just so weird when an entire nation knows what you are going through.
Sienna: I've actually never been taken on a date in my whole life.
Sienna: I'm supposed to be this complete slapper, that's my reputation.
Sienna: I'm stupidly proud of myself.
Sienna: I'm really domestic.
Sienna: I'm not about hair and makeup.
Sienna: I'm free-spirited, and it gets me into trouble.
Sienna: I would rather have not gone through any of the litigation that I've had to go through.
Sienna: I'm a real relationship person - contrary to public perception. I'm either in one or I'm not.
Sienna: I want a big church wedding.
Sienna: I think the media has changed, not just in England but in the world.
Sienna: I think all humans are essentially proud and I certainly am.
Sienna: I think love is a really hard thing to define. I think it's multifaceted.
Sienna: I have met a few Casanovas I like and a few I have not liked - and I hope to meet a few more.
Sienna: I think I underestimated the way people bracket you.
Sienna: I sometimes get very protective of the people I play.
Sienna: I like being able to walk into an old town and find good local food.
Sienna: I half-punched a paparazzo once. I've hit a few people.
Sienna: I have the same group of friends I've had since I was three.
Sienna: I find it very hard not to be myself and maybe that does attract attention, but I'd be miserable if I wasn't.
Sienna: I feel like I experienced my 20s in all their glory and all their disastrousness.
Sienna: I don't think we live in a particularly equal society.
Sienna: For a number of years I was relentlessly pursued by 10 to 15 men, almost daily. Spat at, verbally abused.
Sienna: I can't wait to be seen as a woman. But I know I probably have to contribute to that with behavior.
Sienna: Everyone I've worked with on any film will say I'm the hardest worker.
Sienna: As an actress I feel that if you start to impose your own inhibitions, then you are not doing your job.
Sienna: Teenage girls like certain things I wear - or certainly did when that whole boho thing happened.
Sienna: I'm really grounded and quite hippie, wanting to nurture and have children and be quiet.
Sienna: I'm not coping very well with all the attention, if I'm honest.
Sienna: I'm full of curiosity.
Sienna: I'm very lucky that I get to make a living out of acting, which is what I love, and the level of attention I receive has sometimes been my own fault and sometimes not been.
Sienna: I think as a young actress, it's very rare that you read something where you're not either 'the girl' or there to serve some romantic purpose in a male dominated cast.
Sienna: I get kind of emotionally involved very quickly, and I'm not going to spend time with someone unless I love them. But it's not hard for me to fall in love.
Sienna: But there is something seductive and the character, Alfie is so charming, and does make you think like you are the most important thing in the world but he's not that nice, is he.
Sienna: I was very nervous about taking on an empire that was richer and far more powerful than I will ever be. It was very daunting.
Sienna: I lived my twenties in a very public manner and if anyone's twenties are documented it's not always going to be pretty.
Sienna: I'm lucky I have good metabolism and I'm very grateful for that.
Sienna: I'm far too low maintenance to ever spend more than five minutes getting ready to go out.
Sienna: I find all that slightly destructive but mad love alluring.
Sienna: I don't lead a particularly exciting life away from work.
Sienna: I don't know, monogamy is a weird thing for me.
Sienna: Human nature is such that monogamy is a really hard thing to achieve.
Sienna: I went to an all-girls boarding school for most of my youth.
Sienna: I quite love sequins; I think it's the drag queen in me.
Sienna: I was blinded by being a romantic person.
Sienna: I once made the mistake of going for a whole row of false eyelashes, which was just wrong as it gave me a sad, puppy-eyed look.
Sienna: I need my food to keep my energy up, so I can't really diet.
Sienna: I love my job, I've always loved my job.
Sienna: I once used henna to dye my hair brown for an audition, thinking I was being clever as it's all natural.
Sienna: I just want to work, and learn from people I respect and admire.
Sienna: I don't go to a gym. I find that really hard to do.
Sienna: I do think sometimes people get morally superior without understanding situations.
Sienna: My parents were quite liberal with us, always encouraging us to be our own person and be creative.
Sienna: I think, if you put a camera in anyone's life and document it daily from the age of 21 to 27, there are going to be things that aren't always pretty.
Sienna: I just worry because I know I say a lot, often. It doesn't bother me, it's more about the people that get affected around me.
Sienna: I've realized that when I don't play people who are complex I get very, very bored, and then lazy, and end up being rubbish.
Sienna: I feel very blessed. I have had, and am having, such a lovely life.
Sienna: I experienced the judgement of a lot of people - and deservedly so.
Sienna: I'm not high maintenance.
Sienna: I'm living my dream, and that's all you can ask for. At a certain point you have to ignore all the rest.
Sienna: I have a good brain on me, but I've never really used it when it came to making decisions about love, which has been a blessing and a curse.
Sienna: The amount of speculation surrounding my romantic life is astounding. It's strange how involved people get: invested and angry, really disappointed.
Sienna: I just want to creatively grow and be inspired. I don't want to do anything generic or dumb.
Sienna: I am very lucky, I have a very tight group of friends and a very supportive family, and to this date no-one has ever sold a story on me.
Sienna: When you have your heart broken for the first time, you gain depth.
Sienna: I've said things and meant them, but I'm obviously a very confused person who has no idea how they feel about things.
Sienna: It was a really fun idea to have a fashion label with my sister but I don't have an awful lot of time for it because my first love and job is to be an actress.
Sienna: I would often find myself, at the age of 21, at midnight, running down a dark street on my own with 10 men chasing me. And the fact they had cameras in their hands made that legal.
Sienna: I don't even know what an 'It' girl is. As far as I'm concerned, an 'It' girl is somebody who doesn't do anything except go to parties and get her photograph taken.
Sienna: I probably seem like not a particularly nice person, not a girl's girl.
Sienna: Everyone in L.A. is very positive and upbeat, whereas London can get quite miserable at times.
Sienna: I'm really not good at dressing up and being glamorous.
Sienna: It's wonderful to feel supported, but there's a lot of negative energy towards me as well. So I ignore it, to be honest. If I started to read it all it would completely mess up my head.
Sienna: You become very known for being someone's girlfriend, and all of a sudden there's all this hype and buzz for all the wrong reasons.
Sienna: I never Google myself. Only if I want to feel really terrible about myself would I do that.
Sienna: I've made apologies to people I needed to, but I can't apologize to people I don't know for things they don't understand.
Sienna: It's hard sometimes to not want to know what people are saying behind your back and to ignore certain things that are being written.
Sienna: The big thing I've discovered, the big secret, is that it's all about how happy you are. It's the ultimate thing. People forget your flaws and imperfections if they see you're happy.
Sienna: If each one of us does our bit, we will be helping to keep global warming from harming our countries.
Sienna: As I get older I'm more and more comfortable being alone.
Sienna: It's happiness that makes you glow. Oh, and maybe just a little touch of fake tan!
Sienna: (on smoking in the movie The Edge of Love). It was the 40s and everyone smoked then. In the 40s it was wartime and everyone was living on the edge and it looks beautiful, its part of the director John Maybury's world.
Sienna: (on learning to live with the paparazzi attention) I play these games to make it more amusing, like I'm Lara Croft from Tomb Raider or something.
Sienna: (on feeling harassed by photographers) Certain aspects obviously I understand, but running down the street with 10 men chasing you isn't very fun. I don't find it easy. I mean, I'm a girl on my own sometimes walking my dogs and have to run home with grown men chasing me.
Sienna: I have a very, very, very great relationship with wine. We have been together for about 10 years now and we just love each other. I like European and all different types. We are very happy.
Sienna: (on rumors she will act in the next Bond movie) How can I be the next Bond girl? My cellulite wouldn't look very good in a bikini. Let's face it, my so-called fabulous shape is the result of very clever airbrushing - I have small boobs and cellulite. I don't really exercise and I eat all the burgers I want. I do feel my metabolism slowing down (but) I'm lucky because I'm young. But I'd rather be lumpy and heavy than skinny and miserable.
Sienna: It makes me angry that I have been linked to every single actor I have ever met. I've just come out of a relationship I was in for three years, and before that I was in a relationship for two years, so I've actually had a boyfriend for five years. But I have this reputation that I've s***ged this bloke and this bloke. There's no truth in most of this. I meet Josh Hartnett and suddenly people are wondering what our babies would look like. Because I'm inherently rebellious, I think, 'Why can't I have male friends who are actors? This is my world. Why should I change and be discreet, that isn't who I am.'
Sienna: (on cigarettes) I love them. Love them. I think the more positive approach you have to smoking, the less harmful it is.
Sienna: (on losing her virginity) I had my first serious boyfriend when I was 16 and my mother made sure I brought him home. She didn't want me doing it outside and would say, 'I'd rather you did it in my house if you're going to do it at all.' It was a very open household but I only brought home guys I really liked. My mother was very warm and accepting of anything we got into as children.
Sienna: I have to sleep on the right side of the bed. I don't know why. ... I dip my French fries into chocolate milk shakes. I've never had a sex dream.
Sienna: (on claims she had actual sex with Hayden Christensen while filming Factory Girl) It's not true at all. Oh, darling, that is so horrible. You obviously don't know anything about making movies. When you do a love scene, there are five or six people on the set at a minimum.
Sienna: In a world where you're encouraged to have your universe revolve around yourself, suddenly it doesn't. I know I want that, because I have way too much love to give. If I have a child, it can all go there. Life, I think, will suddenly make sense.
Sienna: (on laughing about a photo shoot with a monkey for Esquire magazine) To make the monkey respond, you're meant to blow at its mouth so it'll kiss you. But it stuck its tongue out! So, I sort of made out with a monkey! It was a sweet monkey but, no, that's too much.
Sienna: (on vowing never to date an older man) They (mature men) want a sophisticated woman. But then I can also behave like a crazy young thing ... and they can't keep up.
Sienna: I love to spend a day in the sun at the beach, it is so relaxing. The sound of the waves crashing can be hypnotizing, and the warm sand is heaven to lie on. If I could, I would be there all day every day.
Sienna: I was walking down the street in London, when all of a sudden, I hear footsteps behind me, then people jumping out from all sides, and flashes everywhere. From a late night walk, in the pitch dark, by what I thought to be by myself, to the center of the world in one minute is ridiculous.
Sienna: The paparazzi is terrifying and infuriating to me. I will probably pull out of the acting profession because of them, they are legal stalkers, and if the laws do not change, my profession will.
Sienna: I am really just quite tired of it all...I met up with a cheating heart, my soul was squeezed, and I left. It happens, and most people don't have an audience to answer to.
Sienna: It's judgement day, and I am nervous. My films are finally being released.
Sienna: I went to an all-girls boarding school for most of my youth. We used to do stupid, fun girly things like pull tights over our faces and streak through the lacrosse pitch. And once I snogged the gardener.
Sienna: I'm English, definitely. I don't feel like I'm American in any way.
Sienna: I am a pretty good cook. I love it. Italian, English--I do a mean roast chicken. I love cooking. It's kind of a therapy and I can zone out completely.
Sienna: I've got this group of friends that are quite bohemian - we get drunk, get the poetry books out and read. It sounds so pretentious, but it's one of my favourite things.
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