Born on December 31, 1941
From Ingatestone, Essex, England
Sarah Miles as "Grace Rowen"
Director John Boorman drew from his own childhood experiences for this touching coming-of-age tale about a boy growing up in and around London during World War II. For young Billy Rowan (Sebastian Rice Edwards), the nightly bombings provide a frightening show, but they include opportunities to rummage through the rubble with friends in the mornings. As Billy plays, his family struggles to remain intact as they suffer through the anguish and losses of wartime.
|British Academy of Film & Television Arts (1987)||Nominated||Actress in a Leading Role|
Sarah Miles as "Anne Osborne"
In a small English port town, adolescent Jonathan Osborne (Jonathan Kahn) and his widowed mother, Anne (Sarah Miles), lead a fairly predictable life until American sailor Jim Cameron (Kris Kristofferson) comes to town and sweeps Anne off her feet. Jonathan is wary of this intruder, but likes him in spite of himself -- for a time. It's only when Jim moves in permanently that Jonathan is pushed too far. With the help of a sadistic gang of neighborhood boys, he plots to eliminate Jim for good.
|Golden Globe (1976)||Nominated||Best Performance By an Actress in a Motion Picture - Drama|
Sarah Miles as "Rosy Ryan"
A teacher's (Robert Mitchum) wife (Sarah Miles) has an affair with a British soldier (Christopher Jones) in 1916 Northern Ireland.
|Academy Award (1970)||Nominated||Actress|
|British Academy of Film & Television Arts (1970)||Nominated||Actress|
|Golden Globe (1970)||Nominated||Best Performance By an Actress in a Motion Picture - Drama|
Sarah Miles as "Vera"
Tony (James Fox), a British aristocrat, hires the mysterious Hugo Barrett (Dirk Bogarde) as his household servant. The new employee soon begins to cause unrest in the household, and Tony is forced to send him away. But Barrett's influence extends further than Tony realizes, and he finds himself entangled in an intense psychological war with his former valet. Servant and master square off in a battle that redefines each man's understanding of fear, desire and class.
|British Academy of Film & Television Arts (1963)||Nominated||British Actress|