British actress Sienna Miller has left her New York move to the last minute as she prepares for her Broadway debut - insisting she's too "fussy" to leave her country home for a rental in the U.S.
The Factory Girl star will take her bow on the New York City stage this September (09) in an updated version of the August Strindberg classic After Miss Julie.
But the star, who resides in a 16th century country cottage outside of London, admits she's finding it hard to set roots in the Big Apple.
She says, "I am (moving to New York) and I'm not having much luck. I'm doing a play on Broadway, which is quite exciting and quite scary, but I can't find a place.
"I need a broker - that would be a good place to start. It's very similar (to London) but I'm fussy. I want a real home, not just an apartment rental."