Lindsay Lohan was born on 2nd July 1986 in New York City, New York, USA. She was the oldest child of four born to mother Dina Lohan, a former Radio City Rockette, and Michael Lohan, a long-time Wall Street trader. Their daughter began modeling at age three and was purported to be the first red-haired child signed by the Ford Modeling Agency.
She also had recurring roles on two daytime dramas - "Guiding Light" (CBS, 1952-2009) and as Ali Fowler on "Another World" (NBC, 1964-1999) - before she landed the first movie role for which she ever auditioned. Playing twins separated at birth - one American and one British - for "The Parent Trap" (1998) remake, she turned in a delightful and skilled performance which led to numerous offers for the youngster.
She began to branch out professionally into other ventures, movie stardom remained the most important and rewarding aspect for Lohan, who was becoming recognized as an emerging big screen talent. Finally making the move to L.A. - where she roomed with child and future tween superstar Raven-Symoné - Lohan's potential was confirmed when she starred in another highly successful remake, "Freaky Friday" (2003) opposite Jamie Lee Curtis.
The judge also revoked Lohan's probation in the previous DUI case and set this bail at $20,000, totaling $40,000. During her February 23rd hearing, Lohan refused to cop a plea and do jail time, instead choosing to go to trial. On April 22, she was sentenced to 120 days in jail for violating her probation, though the charge was reduced from a felony to a misdemeanor, and it was made clear to her she would stand trial for the theft.