Sienna Miller has praised the “grace and dignity” of her late 21 Bridges co-star Chadwick Boseman, who donated her a fragment of his salary for the film to her.
The actress suggested the BBC’s Graham Norton Demonstrate the actor “did an unheard of thing for me”.
Boseman died in August former 43 after having colon most cancers for four years.
Miller, 39, acknowledged the actor had topped up her wages to what she had first and major requested to be paid for the crime thriller the state of his maintain salary.
“We became shut pals and I didn’t in actual fact desire to lift it up, so I wrote him a letter to thank him.
“He acknowledged, ‘You bought paid what you deserve and what it’s doubtless you’ll perhaps very properly be worth’.
“That used to be so validating from a man I respected so powerful. It’s that model of behaviour that strikes the needle – there would possibly be plenty of talk but no longer powerful movement.
“He had grace and dignity – it wasn’t flashy, he did it in consequence of it used to be enticing.”
21 Bridges saw Boseman play a Unique York detective alive to on a manhunt for a pair of murderers, while Miller played a police officer who labored alongside him.
The actress has additionally starred in Wander Darkly, which she described as “a extremely valid surreal love story”.
She added: “It used to be demanding to make, and my personality has no concept where she is or what has occurred to the realm she is dwelling in.
“So, with it coming out now, I mediate other folks will salvage it. It is outstanding.”
BBC One’s The Graham Norton Demonstrate airs on Friday at 10.45pm.