"Everyone in LA is very positive and upbeat, whereas London can get quite miserable at times. In the meantime, I've got a house in London that I'm trying to sell, and it's obviously a terrible time to try and sell property there.
But drama was always in her blood and Miller was almost born in a theatre, her mother having gone into labour while watching the Nutcracker suite in New York in 1981.
I was brought up in Britain and my dog's there, my cottage is there, my garden's there and that always needs pruning. I'm definitely an English girl, but at the same time, I really love being able to travel and feel very at home now in LA, because I have close friends here as well as in New York. It's a different style of acting but it's a dream realized to do a play on Broadway," says Miller, who made her London stage debut opposite Helen Mc Crory and Dominic West in 2005, as Celia in David Lan's production of As You Like It.
In all three places where I spend time, I have people that I really look forward to seeing, so I'm pretty comfortable in this little triangle that I'm in. "I start rehearsals on 20 August and finish on 20 December. Eight shows a week with Jonny Lee Miller, who is so brilliant.
It would be useful to have a place in LA because I'm here so much..." she trails off, leaving the question of her uncertain future with Getty dangling mid-air.
Certainly, with Getty by her side, money is a non-issue, given how the Getty name is synonymous with wealth.