Lindsay Lohan Biography

Lindsay Morgan Lohan (born July 2, 1986) is an American actress and pop music singer. Lohan was born in New York City and raised in Cold Spring Harbor, New York. By 2004, her primary home was in Beverly Hills, California. Freckle-faced, auburn-haired Lindsay Lohan began her career as a model for the Ford Academy at age three. She later worked for Calvin Klein Kids and Abercrombie Kids. As a child, Lohan appeared in more than 60 commercials, was a regular on soap operas such as Guiding Light and As The World Turns, and spent several months as Allison "Alli" Fowler on Another World, "where she delivered more dialogue than any other 10-year-old in a daytime series." As a teen, Lohan starred in two Disney Channel original movies, Life-Size and Get a Clue.

Lohan gave up her role on Another World when Nancy Meyers cast her as estranged twin sisters who meet each other at a summer camp in The Parent Trap (1998). Her next feature was another family film, Freaky Friday (2003). Mean Girls, her first PG-13 (and first non-Disney) film, is considered her breakout role; the critical and commercial hit grossed over US$86 million domestically on little more than Lohan's name and a script by Tina Fey. Box office analyst Brandon Gray said the film "cement[s] her status as the new teen movie queen."

In 2002, Lohan signed a five-album production deal with record producer Emilio Estefan. For the 2003 Freaky Friday soundtrack, she performed the theme song, "Ultimate".The next year, she recorded four songs for the Drama Queen soundtrack, including the film's theme, "Drama Queen (That Girl)". In 2004, Lohan signed a recording contract with Casablanca Records. Her debut album Speak was issued on December 7, 2004, and reached #4 on the US Billboard 200, as well as the top ten on the Canadian album chart. By early 2005, it was certified platinum.



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