Fairly or not, British actress Sienna Miller became tabloid fodder at the age of just 22 following her supporting role in "Alfie" (2004), which starred actor and future companion, Jude Law. Having become romantically entangled with her leading man off-screen, Miller was instantly catapulted into the blistering limelight, but for all the wrong reasons. The press was quick to dissect the newcomer's romance with her older movie star boyfriend, as well as her bohemian chic style, while continually ignoring her acting talent. A shift occurred when Law was caught cheating with his nanny in 2005, pigeonholing Miller into the role of victim. With public sympathy firmly on her side, Miller went on to deliver competent performances in such films as "Layer Cake" (2005) and "Factory Girl" (2006), proving she was more than a fashion plate and wronged woman. But that perception was flipped when she became the other woman in an affair with married actor Balthazar Getty after photos of a topless Miller with Getty were published in a British tabloid. Not surprisingly, Miller received her fair share of bad press for the affair. Meanwhile, she continued to impress onscreen with "Camille" (2007), "The Edge of Love" (2008) "G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra" (2009) and "The Girl" (HBO, 2012), all of which showed that she was more deserving of critical praise for her work than tabloid coverage of her personal life.