Born In: Bronx, New York, United States
Lindsay Lohan is undoubtedly one of the most-loved and most-controversial actresses of our time. Although her career began with modeling, she was soon recognized for her acting skills. Subsequently, she started getting offers from Hollywood. She starred in a number of soap operas and made her motion picture debut with the evergreen ‘Disney’ classic ‘The Parent Trap,’ which catapulted her to fame. Soon, a number of films like ‘Freaky Friday,’ ‘Herbie: Fully Loaded,’ and ‘A Prairie Home Companion’ followed. She also released her debut recording album ‘Speak’ and followed it up with ‘A Little More Personal’ — the albums were certified platinum and gold, respectively. Although her career had a brilliant start, she experienced a lean patch and got entangled in several controversies towards the end of her teenage years. She had a troubled relationship with her father and made frequent visits to rehabilitation centres, which cost her several movie contracts. However, she gradually overcame all the difficulties and went on to launch her own clothing line and resumed her acting career. She has also faced several legal suits.
Also Known As: Lindsay Dee Lohan
father: Michael Lohan
mother: Dina Lohan
siblings: Aliana Lohan, Ashley Kaufmann Cody Lohan, Landon Major Lohan, Michael Lohan Jr.
Born Country: United States
Ancestry: Irish American, Italian American
City: Bronx, New York
U.S. State: New Yorkers
When she was young, she attended ‘Alcoholics Anonymous’ to get rid of her alcohol addiction. She also had to spend time at rehabilitation centres, which affected her public image.
On November 28, 2021, Lindsay Lohan announced about her engagement to boyfriend Bader Shammas. They dated for over three years before getting engaged.
Lindsay Lohan Movies
(Comedy, Family, Adventure, Romance, Drama)
(Music, Fantasy, Family, Romance, Comedy)
(History, Drama, Biography)
(Thriller, Crime, Action)
(Drama, Musical, Music, Comedy)
(Romance, Fantasy, Comedy)
(Drama, History, Biography, Crime)
|2005||Best Female Performance||Mean Girls (2004)|
|2005||Best On-Screen Team||Mean Girls (2004)|
|2004||Breakthrough Female Performance||Freaky Friday (2003)|
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