Sienna Miller Says She Backed Out of a Role Due to Pay Inequality
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The 'American Sniper' actress says 'sacrifices' have to be made to change gender pay disparity in the industry.

AceShowbiz - %cSienna Miller% reveals her experience with sexism in showbiz industry. Gracing the front page of Marie Claire magazine's latest issue, the "American Sniper" actress opens up on her cover story that she pulled out of a play once because of pay inequality.

"The producer wouldn't pay equally," she explained. "He wouldn't pay me within a million miles of what the male actor was being paid. And women always have to do more publicity than the men. The only way is to make a stand. We are going to have to make sacrifices to make change. I want to turn up and feel dignified."

Cover Duty: Sienna Miller on the October issue of Marie Claire. #Magazines #SiennaMiller #Fashion

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Miller joins a series of Hollywood actresses to speak out about sexism and gender pay disparity in the business. %cCharlize Theron% negotiated a $10M rise to put her on par with co-star %cChris Hemsworth% for "Snow White and the Huntsman" prequel and %cAmanda Seyfried% unveiled that she was only paid 10|percent| of what her male co-star earned in an unnamed blockbuster movie.

%cMeryl Streep% sent the Congress a letter to revive an Equal Rights Amendment. "Suffragette" co-star %cCarey Mulligan% recently revealed that the lack of strong female roles was one of the reasons she took a hiatus. "That was mainly because there wasn't anything that interesting to work on," she explained. "You either make a lot of compromises and play roles you’re not very keen on, or you have to wait."

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