Lindsay Lohan Celebrity Life
Lindsay Lohan was born on 2 July 1986 in the city of New York City. Before her breakthrough role in the Tina Fey-scripted drama Mean Girls (2004), Lohan was a talented actress and model. She not only launched the pop album Talk that year but it also went on to become platinum.
In 2012 Lohan appeared in the TV series Liz & Dick where she played the role of Elizabeth Taylor. Lohan has always had issues with substance and alcohol addiction after becoming a star, as well as many notorious activities which have been widely reported in the mainstream media.
Stints as a teen model and actress took Lohan to the forefront when she was just 3 years old.
Her strong resume, which featured over 60 TV commercials and 100 print advertisements for consumers such as Toys 'R Us and Duncan Hines, helped Lohan secure the dual part of twin girls in Disney's 1998 reboot of The Parent Pit.
In the show, the sisters — one brought up in England and the other brought up in the United States — try to patch things up their long-divorced parents, portrayed by Dennis Quaid and Natasha Richardson.
The film did well on the opening weekend, earning greater than $92 million worldwide. Lohan's popularity culminated in further parts in Disney movies, including Freaky Friday's reboot (2003), which co-starred Jamie Lee Curtis.
Her next involvement with Disney, The Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen's early to mid-teen comedy (2004), brought slight popularity. Yet it was her lead part in Mean Girls at Paramount, produced by actress Tina Fey, that made Lohan a certifiable name.
The film achieved both mainstream and critical success; it was the 24th biggest box office film of 2004 and contributed to the Teen Choice Awards and MTV Movie Awards celebrating Lohan.
In 2005 Lohan moved to Disney for the star in Herbie: Totally Loaded. The movie received $144 million at the box office and represented the transformation of the actress to more matured-up roles. While Lohan began a career in music as well.
Up and Down in Her Career
Her first record, Talk, released in 2004 and reached platinum status, owing to her rising supporter base. Her next record, A Little More Personal, reached sales in 2005, but that also didn't perform.
None of her next two movies, Just My Luck and A Prairie Home Companion, neither of which produced moderate revenues in 2006 from the box offices.
In May 2008 Lohan performed for TV series Ugly Betty as a recurring guest. She went on to star in the 2009 produced documentary Labor Pains. She had already been focusing on an upcoming album at around the same time.
Lohan appeared as Elizabeth Taylor in the created-for-TV film Liz & Dick in November 2012.
Broadcasting on Lifetime the film centers on the friendship between Taylor and star Richard Burton (Grant Bowler). She later featured on celebrity programs such as Anger Management, Eastbound & Down, and 2 Broke Girls. In 2014 Lohan took on a different task by playing in the David Mamet play Speed the Plow in a London series.
Lohan was present in the US the next spring to fulfill justice department-ordered hours of community service. Lohan introduced a new fashion miniature line for Luxurious Alice, a British company, that time.
The next month, MTV confirmed the premiere of Lindsay Lohan's Beach House, a new television show focused on Lohan's experiences as an owner of the club in Mykonos.
While Beach House only spanned one season, in September 2019 Lohan transferred to the television and radio as a judge on The Masked Singer Australia.
She made her initial electronic music appearance about the period with a video for the track "Xanax" portraying Finnish pop star Alma in more than a decade. Lohan pursued in early April 2020, with the arrival of the song "Back to Me."
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