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Sarah Miles Undressed

Sarah Miles (born 31 December, 1941) is an English theater and film actress. She was born in Ingatestone, Essex, England, as the daughter of a merchant. At the age of 15 she enrolled at RADA, the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts.

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Shortly after her drama studies, Miles had her film debut in 1962 as a precocious schoolgirl in ''Term of Trial'' (1962), opposite Laurence Olivier. The following years she became a popular actress of Cinema of the United Kingdom#The British New Wave|British New Wave with her roles in Joseph Losey's ''The Servant'' (1963) and in Michelangelo Antonioni's ''Blow Up'' (1966). After having been out of sight for several years acting in a variety of theater plays, she made in 1970 an outstanding performance in the lead role of David Lean's ''Ryan's Daughter'', which earned her a nomination for the Academy Award for Best Actress.

Miles has been acting since then in movies and also in TV films. From time to time she retired for a few years, but was always available for roles on stage, where she is acclaimed for her performances.

Sarah Miles was twice married to the British playwright Robert Bolt, (1967-1975) and (1988-1995). He wrote the screenplay for the film ''Lady Caroline Lamb'' (1972), in which she starred.

In 1998, Miles directed two low-key short movies titled ''A Bunny Girl's Tale'' and ''Amaeru Fallout 1972'', both of which featured singing guest appearances from the British singer-songwriter PJ Harvey and screened at a few UK film festivals. ''A Bunny Girl's Tale'' also received a few late-night airings on UK television's Channel 4.

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Andrew Teter commented, on March 17, 2008 at 2:04 p.m.:

I'm a fan and admirer of this adorably cute and highly spirited woman Sarah Miles after seeing her in "Those Magnificent Men in Their Flying Machines". She shows off her beautiful spirit by showing off her beautiful bare breasts and nipples along with her beautiful face and eyes in the photos above. Wow! I would like to see more of her if I can. I would like to join her fan club if there is any. I would like to get on an email list for anything about her if I can.
AndrewTeter@aol.com

jim masters commented, on September 23, 2008 at 9:35 p.m.:

i saw her totally nude with kris kristofferson. where are those photos and what movie was that?

TS commented, on October 30, 2008 at 6:33 a.m.:

the Sailor That Fell From Grace With The Sea

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