Linsay Lohan may have dropped a few notches from last year’s No. 2 position, but we
don't love LiLo any less. Her hard-partying ways and self-proclaimed disdain for monogamy
make her an intriguing little catch. Lindsay spent most of 2006 running in out of hospitals
treating exhaustion and appendicitis, but she also managed to squeeze in roles in the star-
studded A Prairie Home Companion, which the Gotham Awards nominated for Best Ensemble
Cast, the romantic comedy Just My Luck, and the critically acclaimed Bobby.

In December 2006, Lindsay revealed that she has been attending Alcoholics Anonymous
meetings for a year, but didn’t go public with her addiction right away because she believed that
it was “no one's business.”

Lindsay Dee Lohan was born in New York City, on 2 July 1986, to Dina Lohan and Michael
Lohan. She began her career at age three as a Ford model, and also made appearances in over
sixty television commercials, including spots for The Gap, Pizza Hut, Wendy's, and Jell-O
(opposite Bill Cosby). Lohan made her acting debut in 1996 as the third actress to play Ali
Fowler in the television drama "Another World" (1964). Shortly afterward, she was hand-picked
by Oscar-nominated writer Nancy Meyers as estranged twin sisters in an adaptation by Walt
Disney Pictures of a novel by Erich Kästner, which marked Meyers' directorial debut. Lohan's
first feature film, 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 YoungStar award nominations.

After signing a three-movie contract with Disney, she returned to the small screen to star in the
made-for-TV movies Life-Size opposite Tyra Banks and Get a Clue. She also appeared as Rose
in the pilot episode of the short-lived comedy series "Bette" , which starred Bette Midler.

In June 2001, Lohan took a brief hiatus from acting. Her music career was launched over a year
later, when Estefan Enterprises made a five-album production deal with her in September 2002,
and she signed a recording contract with the reactivated Casablanca Records.

But Lohan was not turning her back on her blossoming acting career. Just over a month
previously, she had been cast opposite Jamie Lee Curtis for another Disney flick, Freaky Friday
which was a huge hit (generating over US$160 million worldwide), and critics were spellbound
by delightful performances from Lohan and Curtis. 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.

Delta 99 Most Desirable Women   #8
Hollywood Film Festival - Hollywood Breakthrough Award - Breakthrough Actress
Hollywood Film Festival - Hollywood Film Award - Ensemble of the Year    for: Bobby
Kids' Choice Awards - Blimp Award - Favorite Movie Actress    for: Herbie Fully Loaded
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MTV Movie Awards - Best Female Performance    for: Mean Girls
MTV Movie Awards - Best On-Screen Team     for: Mean Girls
                                  Shared with: Rachel McAdams, Lacey Chabert, Amanda Seyfried
Young Hollywood Awards - Superstar of Tomorrow
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MTV Movie Award - Breakthrough Female Performance    for: Freaky Friday
Teen Choice Award - Choice Breakout Movie Star - Female    for: Mean Girls
                                Also for Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen and Freaky Friday
Teen Choice Award - Choice Movie Actress - Comedy    for: Mean Girls
Teen Choice Award - Choice Movie Blush    for: Mean Girls
Teen Choice Award - Choice Movie Hissy Fit    for: Freaky Friday
Young Artist Award - Best Performance in a Feature Film - Leading Young Actress
                                for: The Parent Trap
#8 Lindsay Lohan
2006   Delta 99