Sarah Miles
British actor
Sarah Miles
Sarah Miles is an English theatre and film actress.
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Elephants at German zoo spurn belated Christmas gift - about 2 months
A well-meant belated Christmas gift for elephants at a German zoo has only little success. Sarah Mills reports.
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Stars react to Bastille Day attack in France - 7 months
Stars offer support to those caught up in the Nice truck attack, while Rihanna cancels her show in the region. Sarah Mills reports
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Freddy Lim juggles rock with politics - 8 months
Taiwanese rock star turned politician Freddy Lim picks up metal award in London and encourages the crowd to follow in his footsteps. Sarah Mills reports
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Security drill in Cannes ahead of film festival - 10 months
Police hold attack drill on Cannes red carpet, in security preparations ahead of the film festival in May. Sarah Mills reports.
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Hollywood insiders give views on Oscar diversity issue - about 1 year
Hollywood industry insiders Gil Robertson, the President of the African American Film Critics Association, and Stephen Galloway from The Hollywood Reporter give their take on the diversity issues surrounding the Academy Awards. Sarah Mills reports.
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Fans in Paris are one of the first to see the latest Star Wars film - about 1 year
Die-hard fans in costumes queue for hours in Paris to see latest Star Wars installment. Sarah Mills reports.
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The Force Awakens the female side - about 1 year
Star Wars cast talk increase of female characters in new film. Sarah Mills reports.
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Damon Albarn's new musical '' - about 1 year
Blur frontman Damon Albarn's new musical offers a modern twist on Alice in Wonderland. Sarah Mills reports.
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The Global Search for Education: How Should We Measure Success?
Huffington Post - about 1 year
"We see far too many kids who suffer from debilitating health issues, such as depression, eating disorders, perfectionism, severe sleep deprivation, and anxiety. We know parents may be worried about stepping off the fast-track, but we urge them to consider the big picture and the ultimate health and well being of their children." -- Dr. Denise Pope "Overloaded and Underprepared: Strategies for Stronger Schools and Healthy, Successful Kids," is written for teachers, school leaders, parents and students interested in shifting the paradigm towards a healthier, better prepared and more productive life for our children. The book is timely given all the media focus on the pressures students everywhere are under as well as the mounting evidence that despite the ever-increasing homework load, kids are still not learning the important 21st century skills they need to succeed in the world - skills such as resilience, creativity, collaboration and critical thinking. The authors of the ...
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'Boyhood' triumphs at BAFTA awards - about 2 years
'Boyhood' and 'The Theory of Everything' scoop top prizes at BAFTAs. Sarah Mills reports.
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Rihanna hosts exclusive fan event - over 3 years
Singer Rihanna helps fans pick out and try on clothes from her new range at an exclusive launch event in London. Sarah Mills reports.
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European premiere of 'City of Bones'
Reuters Canada - over 3 years
Cast from 'City of Bones', the screen adaptation of the first book from the best-selling series The Mortal Instruments, hit the red carpet in Germany. Sarah Mills reports.
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Family snapshots of UK's Prince George released - over 3 years
The first official photos of George, the baby son of Prince William and his wife Kate, have been released. Sarah Mills reports.
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One Direction launch 3D behind-the-scenes documentary 'This Is Us'
Yahoo News - over 3 years
By Sarah Mills LONDON (Reuters) - British boy band One Direction, one of the pop music industry's biggest acts in the last two years, plan to show the world what they're really like in a new 3D documentary that will premiere in London on Tuesday. The five singers told a news conference in the British capital on Monday that "This Is Us" allowed them to present themselves in a more realistic manner than they are depicted on videos, in concert and on the ubiquitous social media sites that track their every movement on and off stage. ...
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Francis Levy: The Servant
Huffington Post - over 3 years
Saying that The Servant is about reality is like saying that a great poem like "Ozymandias" is about reality. "Ozymandias" is about reality, but it has a peculiar relationship to reality. Thus you could say the Joseph Losey masterpiece, with screenplay by Harold Pinter, currently revived at Film Forum (today is the last day of the run), is about colonialism, about sado-masochistic sexuality, or about servitude (Dirk Bogarde's portrayal of the title character, Hugo Barrett, is a tour de force). The iconography of colonialism is everywhere from the Georgian mansion with its military portrait, the sexuality with its mixture of submission and resignation and the master servant relation which gets reflected in the convex mirror brilliantly based on van Eyck's, "The Arnolfini Marriage." And then there is this one piece of narrative which brings everything together. Tony (James Fox), the fey upper crust master is building cities in the Brazilian jungle, while in effect the movie cha ...
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Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Sarah Miles
  • 1987
    Age 45
    After his stroke, the couple reunited and Miles cared for him. "I would be dead without her", Bolt said in 1987, "When she's away, my life takes a nosedive.
    More Details Hide Details When she returns, my life soars." The couple had a son Tom, who is now a watch dealer. Miles has stated that she’s been drinking her own urine for over 30 years, as she feels it positively affects her health in a variety of ways. Converted to Zoroastrianism in 2015 Sarah Miles has written the following books:
    Filming White Mischief on location in Kenya in 1987, Miles worked for the second and last time with Trevor Howard, who had a supporting role but was by then seriously ill from alcoholism.
    More Details Hide Details The company wanted to fire him, but Miles was determined that Howard's distinguished film career would not end that way. In an interview with Terence Pettigrew for his biography of Howard, she describes how she gave an ultimatum to the executives, threatening to quit the production if they got rid of him. The gamble worked. Howard was kept on. It was to be his last major film. He died the following January. She most recently appeared in Well at the Trafalgar Studios and the Apollo Theatre opposite Natalie Casey.
  • 1973
    Age 31
    On 11 February 1973, while filming The Man Who Loved Cat Dancing, David Whiting, briefly one of her lovers, was found dead in her motel room.
    More Details Hide Details She was acquitted of culpability in his death. Miles later commented: "It went on for six months. Murder? Suicide? Murder! Suicide! Murder! Suicide! And, gradually, the truth came out, which I'm not going to speak about, but it certainly wasn't me. I had actually saved the man from three suicide attempts so why would I want to murder him? I really can't imagine." Her performance as Anne Osborne in The Sailor Who Fell from Grace with the Sea (1976) was nominated for a Golden Globe. Interviewer Lynn Barber wrote of Miles' appearances in Hope and Glory, White Mischief and her two earliest films that she "has that Vanessa Redgrave quality of seeming to have one skin fewer than normal people, so that the emotion comes over unmuffled and bare."
  • 1969
    Age 27
    In Terence Pettigrew's biography of Trevor Howard, Miles describes the filming of Ryan's Daughter in Ireland in 1969.
    More Details Hide Details She recalls, "My main memory is of sitting on a hilltop in a caravan at six in the morning in the rain. There was no other actor or member of the crew around me. I would sit there getting mad, waiting for either the rain to stop or someone to arrive. Film-acting is so horrifically belittling."
  • 1967
    Age 25
    Miles was married twice to the British playwright Robert Bolt, 1967–1975 and 1988–1995.
    More Details Hide Details He wrote and directed the film Lady Caroline Lamb, in which Miles played the eponymous heroine, and wrote Ryan's Daughter as well.
  • 1966
    Age 24
    After acting in a several plays from 1966 to 1969, Miles was cast as Rosy in the leading title role of David Lean's Ryan's Daughter (1970).
    More Details Hide Details It was critically savaged, which discouraged Lean from making a film for some years, despite Miles' performance gaining her an Oscar nomination and an Oscar win for John Mills, and the film making a substantial profit.
  • 1941
    Born on December 31, 1941.
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