Miller: I burnt a lot of bridges

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SI­ENNA Miller had looks, tal­ent and a suc­ces­sion of steamy af­fairs with the likes of Jude Law and Daniel Craig.

Yet the English stun­ner’s tabloid in­famy didn’t cat­a­pult her to star­dom and Miller ad­mits in a new in­ter­view with Esquire UK that her rocky of­f­cam­era life got in the way of her ca­reer.

“I sab­o­taged things,” Miller tells the magazine. “I burnt a lot of bridges. On set, I was first to ar­rive, last to leave, best friends with the crew, to­tally pro­fes­sional, no (mess­ing) around,” she adds.

“But when I wasn’t at work, I wasn’t be­hav­ing the way you should. I’m very lucky to have a se­cond chance in that town.”

Miller hasn’t been in a main­stream film since 2009’s G.I. Joe: The Rise Of Co­bra, but in the en­su­ing years she did man­age to bring some per­sonal sta­bil­ity to her life, mar­ry­ing ac­tor Tom Stur­ridge and giv­ing birth to a daugh­ter, Mar­lowe, in 2012.

She also has a se­ries of in­ter- es­t­ing roles in the works that she hopes will re­turn her to the lime­light – in­clud­ing the wrestling drama Fox­catcher op­po­site Chan­ning Ta­tum and the com­edy Busi­ness Trip along­side Vince Vaughn.

Miller has even made peace with Law, with whom she had an on again, off again re­la­tion­ship.

“I’m great friends with him and with his chil­dren,” Miller told Esquire. “I love them, madly. Just huge love and re­spect for all of them.”

It’s not all soul-search­ing. Miller shows her new­found ma­tu­rity and pro­fes­sional con­tri­tion by be­ing pho­tographed top­less. – Reuters

Si­enna Miller hasn’t been in a main­stream movie since 2009, but has some projects com­ing out that she hopes will re­ju­ve­nate her ca­reer. – Filepic

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