Sarah Miles Biography
Birthday: December 31, 1941 (Capricorn)
Born In: Ingatestone, Essex, England
Sarah Miles is an Academy Award-nominated English actress who gained fame for her performances in movies like ‘Term of Trial’, ‘The Servant’, and ‘Hope and Glory’. Perhaps her best-known performance will always remain that of Rosy Ryan in the Oscar-winning movie ‘Ryan’s Daughter’. It established her one of the top movie stars of Hollywood at that time. Known for her sensual portrayal of characters, the English acting icon also proved to be a force to be reckoned with on stage. She captured the hearts of the audience and critics with her extraordinary performances in plays like ‘Vivat, Vivat, Regina’ and ‘The Silence of Lee Harvey Oswald’, to name a few. She was equally impressive on TV, albeit appearing in only a few guest roles on shows like ‘Dandelion Dead’, ‘Poirot: The Hollow’, etc. Sarah Miles struggled with the tag of a ‘sex symbol’ for the majority of her acting career. She is also known to have always been at odds with the media. Part of it can be attributed to the unique lifestyle that she lived. Additionally, becoming a false suspect in the murder of her obsessed manager did not make her a darling in the press either. It is fair to say that she is an embodiment of a classic Hollywood royalty.