Lindsay Morgan Lohan,[1] born Lindsay Dee Lohan on July 2, 1986,[1][2] is a 32-year-old American actress, recording artist and model. She is known for her roles in The Parent Trap, Freaky Friday, Mean Girls, and she guest starred as herself on Glee in 2012.

Personal life

Lohan was born in New York City to Dina and Michael Lohan, and grew up in Merrick and Cold Spring Harbor on Long Island, New York.[2] She has one sister, Aliana, and two brothers, Michael Jr. and Dakota.[3]

Lohan attended Cold Spring Harbor High School, where she did well in science and mathematics, until grade 11, when she started homeschooling.[1][4]

Lohan was arrested twice in 2007, probation is revoked three times in 2010 and 2011, rehabbed twice in 2010 and 2013, reportedly stolen jewelry in 2011, and more between 2010 and 2013.[5]

She was in a relationship with Samantha Ronson for nearly two years before they split up in 2009.[6]

Lohan revealed during the finale of Lindsay that she had a miscarriage while filming the show.[7]

Lohan resides in London and is in a relationship with Egor Tarabasov.[8][9]


She began her career as a child fashion model before making her motion picture debut in Walt Disney's 1998 remake of The Parent Trap at the age of 11. Lohan gained further fame with leading roles in the film Freaky Friday (2003), Mean Girls (2004), and Herbie: Fully Loaded (2005). In 2006 she appeared in independent films including Bobby and A Prairie Home Companion. In 2004, Lohan launched a second career as a recording artist with her debut album Speak which was followed by A Little More Personal (Raw) in 2005.

Resuming her career after some legal troubles in 2007, she guest starred in the TV series Ugly Betty in 2008, and starred in the TV comedy film Labor Pains in 2009. In 2010, she appeared in Robert Rodriguez's film, Machete. She has attracted a great deal of publicity, particularly surrounding her personal life. Lindsay is in the process of staring in films which are currently in production. Most recently she starred in the 2012 TV movie Liz and Dick, as late screen icon Elizabeth Taylor. Her performance was widely panned by critics.

Lohan had guest hosted Chelsea Lately and has landed a guest-starring role on Eastbound and Down, since post-rehab, in August 2013.[10]

Lohan will star in Inconceivable, which was announced by Lohan herself at the Sundance Film Festival 2014, and is scheduled to began filming in March.[11]

Lohan's self-titled documentary series, Lindsay, aired on the OWN network on March 9, 2014 and ended on April 20, 2014.

Lohan launched a clothing line, My Addiction,[12] and a new gaming app, 'Lindsay Lohan's The Price of Fame',[13] in December 2014.


Season Two

The Substitute

Holly talks about Lindsay's time in rehab in her Spanish Class.

The Sue Sylvester Shuffle

In The Sue Sylvester Shuffle, her mother, Dina Lohan, and her mother's dog, Sparky Lohan, were nominated for 'Loser of the Year 2011'. Despite this, they lost to Sue Sylvester.

Season Three


Lindsay Lohan is one of the judges at the Nationals Glee Club Competition, together with Perez Hilton and Assemblyman Fong. Lindsay is irritated with Perez Hilton for posting blogs about her during the performances. Perez challenges Lindsay's love of show choir, but Fong reminds him that she was a 12-time Teen Choice nominee. Lindsay agrees that she knows what it's like to chase a dream, and she wants to support the students. When choosing a Nationals winner, Lindsay doesn't think the New Directions were the best singers and dancers - but she found them likable and favors a team on the brink of a major comeback. However, Perez hated them. He wants to send a message to the outcast kids watching - though Fong points out that nationals isn't televised, prompting a surprised Lindsay, in "full image rehab mode," to want to fire her manager (a detail Perez instantly posts). With time ticking away, they decide to cast their final votes.

Later, the judges announce their winners. Unique Adams wins the individual MVP Award, and third place goes to the Portland Scale Blazers. Ultimately, it is revealed that the New Directions have won Nationals, leaving Vocal Adrenaline at second place.


Year Title Role Notes
1992 Late Night with David Letterman Trick-or-Treater Dressed as Garbage ("Episode dated 29 October 1992" and uncredited)
1996 Another World Alexandra 'Alli' Fowler 1996 - 1997 (4 episodes)
1998 The Parent Trap Hallie Parker/Annie James
2000 Bette Rose ("Pilot")
Life-Size Casey Stuart TV movie
2002 Get a Clue Lexy Gold TV movie
2003 Freaky Friday Anna Coleman
2004 That '70s Show Danielle ("Mother's Little Helper")
King of the Hill Jenny Medina ("Talking Shop")
Mean Girls Cady Heron
Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen Mary Elizabeth Cep/Lola
2005 Herbie Fully Loaded Maggie Peyton
2006 Friendly Fire The Girlfriend video
Bobby Diane
Just My Luck Ashley Albright
A Prairie Home Companion Lola Johnson
2007 I Know Who Killed Me Aubrey Fleming/Dakota Moss
Georgia Rule Rachel Wilcox
Chapter 27 Jude
2008 Ugly Betty Kimmie Keegan (4 episodes and 1 uncredited)
2009 Labor Pains Thea Clayhill
2010 Machete April
2012 Liz & Dick Elizabeth Taylor TV movie
Glee Herself ("Nationals")
2013 The Canyons Tara
Anger Management Herself ("Charlie Gets Lindsay Lohan Into Trouble")
Scary Movie 5 Herself
InAPPropriate Comedy Marilyn
Chelsea Lately Herself guest hosting (August 5, 2013)
Eastbound and Down Adult Shayna Powers ("Chapter 29"; uncredited)
2014 Inconceivable announced
Lindsay Herself mini-series documentary (8 parts)
2 Broke Girls Claire Guinness ("And the Wedding Cake Cake Cake")





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