If not for her wisdom and polished charm, you’d never believe that Sienna Miller has been working in Hollywood for two decades. The New York–born British actress, former model, and perennial tabloid fixture is not only conspicuously ageless but possesses an unflappability that, coupled with her improbable ambition, has assured her success in switching from film to television to stage. On this week’s episode of Table for Two,​ just in time for the Cannes Film Festival, ​the former juror shares a glass of rosé with Bruce​ Bozzi​ and discusses the lasting influences of Lucille Ball and Marilyn Monroe, acting for a good cause, the labels that have hobbled female actresses both past and present, and much more. Hear a preview of the episode below, and subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts.

Episode 12: Sienna Miller

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