Sienna Miller Says ‘Powerful’ Broadway Exec Told Her To ‘F**ok Off’ For Wanting Equal Pay

Sienna Miller revealed the sexist response an “extremely powerful” Broadway producer as soon as gave her when she demanded equal pay.

The British actor instructed British Vogue in an interview revealed Wednesday that the producer, whom she didn’t identify, instructed her to “fuck off.”

Miller mentioned she was paid “less than half” of what her male co-star earned for a play she declined to call. She has starred on Broadway twice, in 2009’s “After Miss Julie” and 2014’s “Cabaret,” in line with IndieWire.

“I said to the producer, who was extremely powerful, it’s not about money — it’s about fairness and respect, thinking they’d come back and say, ‘Of course, of course,’” Miller instructed British Vogue. “They just said, ‘Well, fuck off then.’”

Miller mentioned she didn’t “want to be mean” by naming names, however that the abrupt dialog was a “pivotal moment.” She mentioned she initially felt “embarrassed” however later realized she had “every right to be equally subsidized for the work that I would have done.”

The actor obtained her begin in 2004 with supporting roles in “Alfie” and “Layer Cake.” She is now following up her current Netflix success in “Anatomy of a Scandal” with Apple TV+’s local weather change drama “Extrapolations.”

Sienna Miller mentioned she was paid “less than half” of what her male Broadway co-star earned.

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Miller instructed British Vogue that executives today are “shitting their pants” when a feminine actor says she isn’t comfy, however that she envies youthful actors who “have the word ‘no’ in their language in a way that I didn’t” in the course of the 2000s and 2010s.

She mentioned her co-star Chadwick Boseman, then again, broke the Hollywood mould in an enormous approach when he reallocated a part of his “21 Bridges” wage to Miller earlier than he died of colon most cancers in 2020.

“It is unfathomable to imagine another man in that town behaving that graciously or respectfully,” Miller instructed British Vogue. “It was about the most astounding thing that I’ve experienced. That kind of thing just doesn’t happen. He said, ‘You’re getting paid what you deserve, and what you’re worth.’”

Learn the total interview in British Vogue.