Lindsay Lohan is far from innocent. Magazines photo spreads like the ones in Movieline, Allure, Teen People, Popstar, and Vanity Fair, as well as her club-hopping lifestyle and stints in rehab prove that she is a wild child.
As wild as she may be, however, Lindsay Lohan is hot, and she was voted No. 10 in FHM‘s 100 Sexiest Women, No. 3 in Maxim‘s 2006 Hot 100 list,and in 2007 she jumped to No. 1on Maxim‘s Hot 100.
A child model since the age of 3, Lindsay Lohan has been in more than 60 commercials for companies like Wendy’s, Abercrombie & Fitch, Jell-O, Calvin Klein, Pizza Hut, and the Gap.
After an appearance on Late Show with David Letterman, Lindsay Lohan was cast as Alexandra “Alli” Fowler for one season of the popular soap opera Another World. Then, she won the dual part of the Hallie Parker/Annie James twins in the remake of Disney’s The Parent Trap (1998).
Following a very brief gig in Bette Midler’s sitcom Bette in 2000, she starred in Disney’s television films Life-Size (2000) and Get a Clue (2002). She worked for “the mouse” again the next year, by appearing in the blockbuster Freaky Friday (2003) as Jamie Lee Curtis’ daughter. Lindsay Lohan’s song “Ultimate” can also be heard on the movie’s soundtrack.
In 2004, she was seen in Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen and Mean Girls. What’s more, she was in the music video for Lillix’s “What I Like About You.”
Along with the many projects she had lined up for 2007 (Georgia Rule and I Know Who Killed Me), a true measure of Lindsay Lohan’s fame is the amount of times she makes headlines. From her troubled family life to her relationships to her hard-partying ways (she finally completed rehab in October 2007 after several tries), Lindsay Lohan is a major tabloid star.