Lindsay Dee Lohan is a Bronx-born American actress, fashion designer, entrepreneur, and singer.
Lohan was signed to Ford Models as a kid, and at the age of 10, she was a regular on the soap opera ‘Another World.’ Lohan is primarily recognized for her roles in ‘The Parent Trap,’ ‘Freaky Friday,’ and ‘Mean Girls.’
Lindsay Lohan was born in New York City on July 2, 1986. She grew up on New York’s Long Island. She is the oldest of Dina and Michael Lohan’s children. Her father is a veteran Wall Street trader who has been in legal problems multiple times.
Her mother was a singer and dancer in the past. Michael Jr., Ali, and Cody are her three younger siblings. Lohan was homeschooled beginning at the age of eleven. In 2007, Dina and Michael Lohan divorced.
Lindsay Lohan has essentially spent her entire life in front of the camera. At age 3, she signed with Ford Models. As a child, she posed for Abercrombie Kids and Calvin Klein Kids and booked over 60 television commercials for Pizza Hut, Wendy’s, and even a Jell-O ad starring Bill Cosby.
In 1996, she made her television debut as Ali Fowler on the long-running soap opera “Another World.” Because director Nancy Meyers chose Lohan, particularly for her version of the classic Disney film “The Parent Trap” in 1997, she only featured on that program for a single season.
In the 1998 adaptation of the Hayley Mills film, Lohan’s portrayal of the twins who trade places earned her a Young Artist Award. After her work on “The Parent Trap,” Lohan also inked a three-film deal with Disney.
Lohan subsequently starred in the made-for-television films “Life-Size” in 2000 and “Get a Clue” in 2002 before co-starring alongside Jamie Lee Curtis in “Freaky Friday” in 2003. “Freaky Friday” earned Lohan the 2004 MTV Movie Award for Breakthrough Performance for her performance.
2004 was a significant year for Lohan. She played leading roles in “Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen” and “Mean Girls.” “Mean Girls” earned four Teen Choice Awards for “Lohan.” She starred in the 2005 film “Herbie: Fully Loaded.”
In 2006, both “Just My Luck” and “A Prairie Home Companion” debuted. In the same year, Lohan also starred in “Bobby,” a film about the hours preceding Robert F. Kennedy’s assassination. In 2007, Lohan portrayed an out-of-control kid in “Georgia Rule.”
In 2008, she appeared in Chapter 27 as a John Lennon admirer who befriends his murderer on the day before Lennon is murdered. Lohan has posed for Miu Miu, Fornarina, and Jill Stuart, among others, and has launched her own line of leggings and self-tanning spray.
Lindsay Lohan’s Fortune
Lindsay Lohan has a net worth of $1.5 million as an American actress, singer, songwriter, businesswoman, and producer. Throughout her cinematic career, she earned approximately $28 million in film salaries. Sadly, the majority of that riches have vanished.
Lohan was simultaneously pursuing an acting career and a music career, contributing songs to her films “Freaky Friday” and “Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen” In December of 2004, Lohan released her debut album, “Speak,” which debuted at number four on the Billboard 200.
“A Little More Personal (Raw),” Lohan’s second album, was released in December 2005. It reached its highest position at number 20.
In 2016, her fiance was the Russian tycoon Egor Tarabasov, son of Dmitry Tarabasov and owner of the real estate agency Home House Estates.
They reportedly broke up in the middle of 2017, with Lohan accusing Egor of abuse and him accusing her of stealing property worth tens of thousands of dollars.
Lohan has infamously piled up a number of DUIs, jail trips, and stints in substance addiction rehabilitation institutions. Her personal issues led to the loss of a number of film roles, as well as intense negative media coverage and following examination.
After earning somewhat more than $27 million in film salaries alone, Lindsay is well-known for her extravagant and controversial lifestyle. Numerous legal and personal issues have consumed a significant portion of her total wealth.
Prior to her October 2011 appearance in Playboy, Lindsay Lohan was reportedly close to bankruptcy. She was paid one million dollars to bear all for the men’s magazine.
In December 2012, the IRS confiscated Lindsay’s bank accounts to collect the $233,000 in federal back taxes she owed.
Lindsay Lohan reportedly earned $2 million in August 2013 to shoot a series of in-depth interviews with Oprah Winfrey. A substantial chunk of this sum was set aside for taxes, rehabilitation costs, and IRS obligations.