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CONFESSIONS OF A TEENAGE DRAMA QUEEN

LINDSAY LOHAN (Lola Cep) recently starred alongside Jamie Lee Curtis in Walt Disney Pictures' smash hit "Freaky Friday.” At 17, Lohan appeared on the cover of Vanity Fair, featured as part of the prestigious magazine's "It's Totally Raining Teens” July 2003 spread. She will next be seen in Paramount Pictures' upcoming film "Mean Girls.”

Lohan soon starts production on Warner Bros.' "Dramarama” and she has just signed on for Warner Bros.' "Gossip Girl.”

Lohan previously starred in Walt Disney Pictures' "The Parent Trap,” with Dennis Quaid and Natasha Richardson.

Lohan was featured in the long-running role of Alli Fowler on the daytime drama "Another World,” as well as on "Guiding Light.” On television, she starred in two movies for Disney – the Wonderful World of Disney's "Life- Size,” with Tyra Banks, and Disney Channel's original "Get a Clue” – as well as in the sitcom "Bette.”

A model since age 3, Lohan has the distinction of being the first red-haired child to be signed by the prestigious Ford Modeling Agency. Her freckled face is familiar from more than sixty television commercials including spots for The Gap, Jello, Pizza Hut, and Wendy's.

Lohan's first pop single, "Ultimate,” appears on the soundtrack of "Freaky Friday.” She also performs on the soundtrack of "Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen.” Lohan has been studying dancing and singing since age 4.

Lohan was born and lives with her family on Long Island, New York. She is the eldest of four siblings.

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