Sienna Miller on how early experiences in fame made her feel ‘out of control’

Sienna Miller has said that her early experiences with fame “instilled fear” and made her feel like her life was “out of control.”

The 40-year-old actress is best known for her roles in the films ‘Layer Cake’ (2004), in which she starred opposite Daniel Craig and Tom Hardy, and in the romantic comedy ‘Alfie,’ in which she is the love interest of Jude Law played.

Speaking to BBC’s The One Show about her experiences of anxiety alongside guest singer Will Young, she noted they both found fame in a “completely different world”.

Miller said: “Early experiences of fame are definitely anxiety-provoking and just feel completely out of control of your life, really.

“And Will and I were probably about a similar age and time when we first became known and it was a whole different world and it was pretty overwhelming.

“And all sorts of ways it was wrong, just navigating, you just felt out of control.

“But life tends to settle down and I agree that breathing really helps.”

She noted that she does breathing techniques with her daughter when she’s struggling to sleep, which she says “definitely works” to calm her down.

The actress will play Sophie Whitehouse, wife of Parliamentary Secretary James Whitehouse, after her husband is accused of a scandalous crime in upcoming psychological courtroom drama Anatomy Of A Scandal.

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Big Little Lies creator David E Kelley has helmed the six-part adaptation of Sarah Vaughan’s best-selling novel of the same name, starring House of Cards showrunner Melissa James Gibson.

The series was filmed in a variety of locations, including the UK, with Miller stating, “There’s nothing quite like coming home”.

She added, “Even after the start of 2020, which has been such a strange time, I think it’s been a very special time to be close to family and best friends.”


Will Young rose to fame with Pop Idol in 2002 (Yui Mok/PA)

Young rose to prominence after winning the series on ITV talent show Pop Idol in 2002.

The Leave Right Now singer recalled a Vogue photoshoot he did early in his career that gave him an anxiety attack.

He said: “I just felt like, ‘Oh my god, everyone’s relying on me.’

“There was such a huge crew and I was like, ‘If I’m not there, what will happen?’

“And that was my first type of panic attack.

“But I’ve learned a lot of techniques now to deal with it.”

The singer has used his own experiences with mental health issues to help him write his latest book, titled Be Yourself And Happier. The AZ of well-being.

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