Lindsay Lohan's Biography
Lindsay Lohan was born on 2 July 1986 in New York City.
Lindsay Lohan began modelling at just three years old.
She then got TV roles in Guiding Light and Another World, before getting her big break in the movies, when she played twins in The Parent Trap.
Lohan was then contracted to appear in made-for-TV movies Life-Size and Get a Clue.
In the early 21st century, she moved into music. Her debut album, Speak, was a US top 10 hit.
The 21st Century also saw an evolution in her film roles. After the hits Mean Girls and Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen, Lindsay Lohan moved into more serious territory with Bobby and Georgia Rule.
The filming of Georgia Rule hit trouble and James G Robinson, the chief executive of the production company, sent Lohan a letter complaining:
" ... your actions on Georgia Rule have been discourteous, irresponsible and unprofessional. You have acted like a spoiled child ..."
Lohan's lifestyle continued to attract criticism and media coverage. She spent a couple of stints in rehab and got arrested for driving under the influence, possession of cocaine and driving on a suspended license.
In 2005, Lindsay Lohan's parents divorced and only reached a settlement after a feud over rights to their daughter's earnings.
On August 23, 2007, AP reported that Lindsay Lohan was being charged with seven misdemeanours arising from two drunken-driving arrests, avoiding more serious felony drug charges because tests showed there was not enough cocaine on her to warrant them.
The following day the BBC explained that Lindsay Lohan would spend one day in jail after pleading guilty to drink driving and drug charges.
In May 2008, the BBC reported that Lindsay Lohan was to appear in Ugly Betty.
Lindsay Lohan's character Kimberly tormented Betty, played by America Ferrera, in high school days. Lohan's role was scheduled to continue into several episodes of the fall season.
In 2008, Lindsay Lohan became romantically linked to deejay Samantha Ronson.
People reported that after her split from Samantha Ronson, Lindsay Lohan got a Marilyn Monroe quote tattooed on her inner-wrist: "Everyone's a star and deserves the right to twinkle."
In July 2010 Lindsay Lohan was sentenced to 90 days in prison for violating her probation from her 2007 drugs case, however, in the end, she served just 13 days of the sentence.
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