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With her low voice, her deep auburn hair, green eyes and freckles, LINDSAY LOHAN (Ashley Albright) has always been a standout in a sea of blue-eyed blondes. Lohan became the first red-headed child ever to be signed by Ford Modeling Agency. She became instantly recognizable in ads for The Gap, Jell-O, Pizza Hut and Wendy's.

After a stint as Ali Fowler on the daytime drama "Another World,” Lohan was hand-picked by then first-time director Nancy Meyers, to play the estranged, plucky twins in Disney's remake of "The Parent Trap,” co-starring Dennis Quaid and Natasha Richardson. "The Parent Trap” was a modest commercial success, earning her widespread critical acclaim, and a Young Artist award for Best Leading Young Actress in a Feature Film, as well as Blockbuster Entertainment and Young Star award nominations.

Disney signed Lohan for a three-movie deal, and in the year 2000, Lohan returned to television to play opposite Bette Midler in "The Bette Show.” When she took a break from acting, Lohan's music career began to take off; Estefan Enterprises made a five-album production deal with her in September 2002, and she signed a recording contract with the reactivated Casablanca Records.

At the same time, Lohan took on another Disney project, the remake of "Freaky Friday,” for director Mark Rodgers. The film also starred Jamie Lee Curtis as Lohan's mother. The film was a wild success, and critics were charmed by the performances from Lohan and Curtis (who went on to receive a Golden Globe® nomination for her work). In addition, Lohan won the 2004 MTV Movie Award for Best Breakthrough Female, as well as a Saturn award nomination and another Young Artist award nomination.

In 2004, she reunited with "Freaky Friday” director Mark Waters, to star in "Mean Girls,” the Tina Fey ("Saturday Night Live”) adaptation of Rosalind Wiseman's non-fiction book. The satirical high-school comedy-drama opened to glowing reviews, and grossed $86 million in the U.S. The same year she starred in "Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen,” also for Disney.

Lohan returned to her Disney fan base again for 2005's "Herbie: Fully Loaded,” co-starring Matt Dillon and Michael Keaton. The actress will next be seen in Robert Altman's "A Prairie Home Companion,” opposite Meryl Streep, scheduled for release June 9, 2006. She has just completed filming the independent Emilio Estevez film, "Bobby,” with Elijah Wood and Demi Moore. She is currently filming "Chapter 27” with Jared Leto.

Lohan is considered "triple threat" (actor/model/singer) and began by showcasing her singing talents through her films; for the "Freaky Friday” soundtrack, she sang the closing theme, "Ultimate”; she also recorded four songs for the "Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen” soundtrack.

Lohan's debut album, "Speak” was released in December 2004, and peaked at number four on the Billboard 200. By early 2005, it was certified Platinum. Its video was nominated for Best Pop Video at the 2005 MTV Video Music Awards. "Rumors" eventually earned a Gold certification.

Lohan was born on Long Island, New York and separates her time between Los Angeles and New York.

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