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Green-eyed, auburn-haired LINDSAY LOHAN (Maggie Peyton) began her career at age three as a Ford Model. In a period that favored blue-eyed blondes, Lindsay had the distinction of being the first redheaded child to be signed by the prestigious modeling agency. Her freckled face is familiar from more than sixty television commercials including spots for The Gap, Jell-O, Pizza Hut, and Wendy's. More television work quickly followed, including the series "Healthy Kids.” She played the long-running role of Ali Fowler in the daytime drama "Another World,” where she delivered more dialogue than any other ten-year-old in a daytime series today. Lindsay also appeared on "Guiding Light” and "The Bette Show,” in which she co-starred as Bette Midler's daughter, on CBS. Lindsay also starred in "Life Size,” an ABC movie of the week, alongside Tyra Banks, as well as the Disney Channel movie "Get A Clue.”

As a charismatic and talented young actress, Lindsay earned her reputation and popularity as an impressive star whose winning charm was highlighted when she played dynamic identical twins in Disney's remake of "The Parent Trap” co-starring Dennis Quaid and Natasha Richardson.

In 2003, Lindsay starred in Disney's remake of "Freaky Friday,” a role that was originated by Jodie Foster. Lindsay starred opposite Jamie Lee Curtis, who recently received a 2004 Golden Globe® Nomination for her role in the film. Lindsay also appears on the movie's soundtrack, singing the main theme song, "Ultimate.”

Lindsay starred in Disney's "Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen,” in which she also can be heard singing two of the songs for the movie's soundtrack, and also starred in Paramount's "Mean Girls” directed by Mark Waters and written by Tina Fey. She hosted the "2004 MTV Movie Awards” and won the award for Female Breakout Star.

Lindsay will next star in Disney's HERBIE: FULLY LOADED, directed by Angela Robinson, slated for a summer 2005 release. She recently wrapped production for "Just My Luck,” directed by Donald Petrie for Fox-Regency. She will next begin production for "Prairie Home Companion” co-starring Meryl Streep.

Lindsay followed her music aspirations and signed with Tommy Mottola's Casablanca Records recently, launching her debut album titled "SPEAK.” Lindsay was born on Long Island, New York, and separates her time between Los Angeles and New York.


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