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linsey lohan

Lindsay Morgan Lohan (born Lindsay Dee Lohan[1] on 2 July 1986) is an American actress and pop music singer. Linsey Lohan was born in New York City and raised in Merrick, Long Island, New York. Lohan started in show business as a child model for magazine and television ads. At age 10, she began her acting career on a soap opera; at 11, she made her motion picture début by playing both twins in Disney's 1998 remake of The Parent Trap. Lohan's breakout role in Mean Girls came six years later, shining the media spotlight on her professional and personal lives—including her nightlife and her parents' marital and legal struggles.

As an adult, Lohan began to take on more independent projects, including Robert Altman's A Prairie Home Companion. While filming Herbie: Fully Loaded, Lohan recorded and released Speak in 2004, launching her career in music; her second album was released in 2005.

Personal life

Lindsay Lohan is the eldest child of Michael and Dina (née Sullivan) Lohan, both former actors. She has two younger brothers, Michael and Dakota ("Cody"), and a younger sister, Aliana ("Ali"). Lohan—who originally pronounced her name 'lō-han but later settled on 'lō-ən—is of Irish and Italian heritage.[2] She and her family have donated their time and money to charity projects such as The Carol M. Baldwin Breast Cancer Foundation, Save the Children, The United Cerebral Palsy Association, and her own charity organization, Dream Come True.

Lohan's family was financially comfortable from the start; her father had inherited his family's pasta business, and Lindsay helped him create Denata's Pasta Chips. Michael Lohan later sold the business to trade in futures (briefly becoming President of New York Futures Traders). More recently, he worked as an investment banker, securing funding for independent films. Lindsay's mother, a former Rockette at Radio City Music Hall, was a Wall Street analyst before settling in as her daughter's manager. Despite the Lohans' wealth, Lindsay attended public schools until just before graduation, finishing her studies at home.

Like most celebrities, Lohan and her family have endured public scrutiny of their private lives. It was revealed in 2004 that Michael Lohan had spent much of Lindsay's preteen years in prison for securities fraud. In 2005, he was sent back to prison for unlicensed driving and attempted assault. Later that year, Lindsay's parents settled their divorce case; her mother's attorney said, "Dina and the children are delighted that this chapter in their lives is finally over", while her father, through his lawyer, said, " look forward to the opportunity to rebuild my relationship with my children."

In 2005, Lohan bought a home in Beverly Hills, California, but still spent much of her time at her family's home in New York.

Media spotlight

ILohan became a regular subject of tabloid media after reports of a catfight with Hilary Duff over her relationship with singer Aaron Carter. Lohan and Duff both later said there was no "feud". Lohan was 17 when she moved in with Valderrama in early 2004; their breakup that November made the gossip columns, forcing actors such as Bruce Willis to refer to their relationships as "purely professional." Lohan was also portrayed as a "party girl" who frequented clubs with Nicole Richie and Paris and Nicky Hilton, among others ("people [say], 'Oh, she goes out and she parties,'" Lohan said. "No, we are just going out and having fun."), while accidental exposures to paparazzi brought repeated rumors of breast enhancement ("they're real though," she said.). Lohan later lampooned the various rumors on SNL.

Three car accidents in 2005 made headlines. The first was a minor rear-ender, though the victims later threatened to sue Lohan.She suffered minor injuries when a paparazzo who was following her for a photograph hit her car (police called the crash intentional, but prosecutors said there was not enough evidence to file criminal charges). Lohan also struck a van in West Hollywood; police ruled that the van's driver made an illegal U-turn. When VH1 named Lohan "Big 'It' Girl" for its 'Big' in '05 Awards in December, it was, Lohan quipped, "because being Big in '05 means getting in three car crashes in one year, people!"

A Lindsay Lohan 'My Scene' doll was released by Mattel in 2005.

n early 2005, Lohan exhibited dramatic weight loss, which she attributed to "old-school working out."Later, Lohan admitted that she "nearly died" and said, "I'm working out with a trainer and eating healthily. I want my boobs back." Lohan spent about two days at a Miami, Florida, hospital after suffering a serious asthma attack in January, 2006.That same week, Vanity Fair released an interview in which Lohan admitted using drugs "a little" (she denied ever using cocaine, calling it a "sore subject"). The article said she had recovered from "bulimic episodes", and that her 2005 hospitalization was for "a swollen liver and kidney infection". Lohan later said she was "appalled" that her words were "misused and misconstrued" for the article; the magazine quickly replied that her interview is "on tape. Vanity Fair stands by the



Year Film Role Other notes
2007 Chapter 27 Friend of Mark David Chapman Filming
2006 Bobby Diane Post-production
2006 A Prairie Home Companion Annie Angels Completed
2006 Just My Luck Ashley Completed
2005 Herbie: Fully Loaded Maggie Peyton
2004 Mean Girls Cady Heron
2004 Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen Mary Elizabeth "Lola" Cep
2003 Freaky Friday Anna Coleman
2002 Get a Clue (TV) Lexy Gold
2000 Life-Size (TV) Casey Mitchell
1998 The Parent Trap Hallie Parker/Annie James

Common Misspelling for Lindsay Lohan: Lindsay Lohen, Lindsey Lohan, Lindsy


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