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A gifted actress, Lindsay Lohan was born in New York City on July 2, 1986 and raised on Long Island, NY.

lindsay lohanLohan was already a fresh-faced TV advertising star by age 3 and appeared in national commercials for such name brands as Jello-O, Wendy's and Pizza Hut. By age 10, the young actress was appearing in her first full-time acting stint playing Ali Fowler in the NBC soap opera Another World.

Movies followed, with an auspicious debut playing twins in the 1998 remake of The Parent Trap.

Following up with a string of Disney Channel TV movies, Lohan's movie career continued its upward spiral in the 2002 Disney-made vehicle, Freaky Friday, a major comedy hit for Lohan who appeared alongside Jamie Lee Curtis as a mother and daughter who wake up in each other's bodies.

That same year, Lohan launched her music career with a five-album deal with Estefan Enterprises. In 2004, she took the lead role for another of Disney's recent hits, Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen which also opened to critical acclaim.

Lohan scored another hit with her appearance in Mean Girls for Paramount Studios. She returned to Disney for her next role as a race car driver in the comedy Herbie: Fully Loaded in 2005, and appeared alongside the likes of Meryl Streep and other stars in Robert Altman's Prairie Home Companion.

However, Lohan proved no exception when it came to an already-familiar tale of a Hollywood child star stumbling into adulthood.

lindsay lohan movie roles
As a cute child star in "The Parent Trap" (1998) Lindsay Lohan went on to star alongside Meryl Streep in "Prairie
Home Companion" (2006) to a widely-panned performance as a pole dancer in "I Know Who Killed Me" (2007).


In early 2006, Lohan frankly admitted to dabbling in drugs and battling with bulimia in an interview with Vanity Fair magazine.

Lohan later made tabloid headlines throughout the year for her party girl antics, resulting in a blistering letter from Georgia Rule movie producer James G. Robinson castigating her for "discourteous, irresponsible and unprofessional" behavior.

The party-loving young star finally admitted to her battle with alcoholism and was regularly attending Alcoholics Anonymous meetings. By January 2007, Lohan was admitted to a rehab center in Los Angeles, but by spring was involved in a suspected drunk driving incident and arrested by Beverly Hills police. The crash was Lohan's third accident in two years.

The 21-year-old Lohan was again arrested on July 24 and booked on suspicion of driving under the influence of alcohol, driving on a suspended license and possession of cocaine, among other charges.

In 2007, Lindsay Lohan faced almost universal panning as a pole stripper in the psychological thriller I Know Who Killed Me, a film that swept the February 2008 Razzie Awards which also awarded Worst Actress to Lohan.

Days before the awards, Lohan was also making headlines for a nude photo shoot in New York Magazine that recreated a famous series of photos taken of actress Marilyn Monroe.

More tabloid headlines were in store in 2008 as Lohan went public over her dating relationship with DJ Samantha Ronson. Although denying she was a lesbian,when asked if she is bisexual she responded, "Maybe." The relationship with Ronson later ended in 2009.

In May 2010, Lohan did not appear for a scheduled DUI progress report hearing in the US claiming that she was stranded in France due to a stolen passport. At a later hearing on May 24, 2010 Lohan was ordered to attend weekly alcohol education classes, but at her July 6 probation revocation hearing, the judge determined that Lohan had violated the terms of her probation and sentenced her to 90 days in jail. She was released on August 2 after serving only 14 days.

Since that time, Lohan has been in and out of rehabilitation clinics in her very public road to recovery as she continues to work in films and TV guest spots. In 2012, she did a successful guest host spot for Saturday Night Live, and later that same year starred in a made for TV movie as Hollywood film star Elizabeth Taylor in Liz & Dick to mostly scathingly bad reviews.

However, hope was on the horizon the following year as some critics praised her performance in The Canyons, which was released only days after yet another stint in rehab.

Most recently, Lindsay Lohan starred in her own reality series, Lindsay, on cable channel OWN (Oprah Winfrey Network) which began airing in 2014.


More about Lindsay Lohan around the Web:

 

Lindsay Lohan - Wikipedia - The complete biography with personal details, career facts and information, conflict with her parents with a discussion about her personal troubles, run-ins with the law and jail time served, related photos and resources.

Lohan House - Major fan site with most recent news and pictures along with galleries of promo shots, production notes for her movie hits, and an online store.

MTV.com - Lindsay Lohan - Catch the latest and most popular videos, audio files, news, bio, and photo galleries.

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