Actress Lindsay Dee Lohan, born July 2, 1986, is an American film and television star. Lohan was signed to Ford Models at the age of three, despite being born in New York City and raised on Long Island.
Her breakthrough came in the Disney film The Parent Trap in 1998 when she appeared as a regular on the soap opera Another World at the age of ten.
The film’s success led to appearances in Life-Size 2000, Get a Clue 2002, Freaky Friday 2003, and Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen 2004 on television and in big-screen productions.
Mean Girls 2004, a teen comedy sleeper hit, solidified Lohan’s status as a teen idol and propelled her to stardom in Hollywood.
After signing with Casablanca Records and releasing two studio albums, Speak 2004 and A Little More Personal Raw 2005, she became known as a triple threat.
In 2005 and 2006, Lindsay Lohan appeared in the comedic films Herbie: Fully Loaded and Just My Luck, following her success in Mean Girls and in the music industry.
It was in 2006 that Lohan began taking on roles in indie films like A Prairie Home Companion, Bobby, and Chapter 27 in order to show her versatility as an actress.
On July 2, 1986, Lindsay Lohan was born in New York City. On Long Island, she was raised. Dina and Michael Lohan have one daughter, Lindsay.
When he was a former Wall Street trader, her father had a few run-ins with the law. A former singer and dancer, her mother raised her with a love of music and the arts.
“Michael Jr,” “Ali,” and “Cody” are Lohan’s three younger siblings. From the time she was 11 years old, Lindsay Lohan was homeschooled. Divorce was finalized between Dina and Michael in 2007.
Lindsay Lohan has spent the majority of her life in front of the lens. At the age of three, she was signed to Ford Models. For Abercrombie Kids and Calvin Klein Kids, she appeared in more than 60 commercials, including one with Bill Cosby for Jell-O.
As Ali Fowler on the soap opera “Another World,” she made her television debut in 1996. In 1997, director Nancy Meyers specifically chose Lohan for her remake of the Disney classic “The Parent Trap,” so she only appeared on that show for a year.
One of the twins in the 1998 remake of Hayley Mills was awarded a Young Artist Award for her performance. As a result of her work on “The Parent Trap,” Lohan also signed a three-film deal with Disney.
After appearing in 2000’s “Life Size” and 2002’s “Get a Clue,” Lohan starred in 2003’s “Freaky Friday,” another remake of a classic Disney film, opposite Jamie Lee Curtis.
For her role in “Freaky Friday,” Lohan won the 2004 MTV Movie Award for Breakthrough Performance. In the fashion world, Lindsay Lohan has appeared in campaigns for Miu Miu, Fornarina, and Jill Stuart, as well as her own line of leggings and self-tanning spray.
As early as 2004, Lohan was seeing actor Wilmer Valderrama, and by 2006, she had moved on to Hard Rock Cafe heir Harry Morton and DJ Samantha Ronson.
Russian millionaire Egor Tarabasov, the son of Dmitry Tarabasov, was her fiancé in 2016 when they got engaged.
The couple is said to have broken up in the middle of 2017, with Lohan accusing Egor of abuse and him accusing her of stealing tens of thousands of dollars in his possessions.
Lohan is well-known for her history of substance abuse treatment and arrests for driving under the influence. In light of her personal problems, she lost several film roles and was subjected to intense media scrutiny and negative attention.