Publisher description for Lindsay Lohan : the biography : the sensational true story of an international superstar / Sarah Marshall.

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Lindsay Lohan is the young and beautiful celebrity everyone's talking about. From her early Disney days as teen queen of the big screen, she has risen through the Hollywood ranks to become a serious actress and internationally famous singer. Lindsay started her show business career as a child fashion model for magazine and television ads. At ten she made her acting debut in the soap opera Another World and at 11 she made her film debut in The Parent Trap. Her big break came six years later when she played the lead role in the Tina Fey-penned Mean Girls—a critical and commercial hit that propelled both her professional and personal life into the media spotlight. The tabloids are full of details of her friendships with a list of high-profile media favorites, including Paris and Nicky Hilton, Nicole Ritchie, the Olsen Twins, and Britney Spears. And the public are always eager to hear the latest gossip about her alleged relationsips with a string of famous men. Lindsay has had a turbulent life over the past few years, lived out completely in the public eye. We have been privy to details about her troubled childhood and her parents' messy separation, and heard rumors of health problems, alcoholism, plastic surgery, drugs, and an eating disorder. Everyone wants to know the truth about Lindsay Lohan, and in this no-holds-barred biography, celebrity journalist Sarah Marshall reveals all about a girl who, though still young, has an incredible life story to tell.

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Lohan, Lindsay, -- 1986-
Motion picture actors and actresses -- United States -- Biography.