A Look Back at Lindsay Lohan's Winding List of Roles
In The Canyons
, Lindsay Lohan's latest film, the 27-year-old New York native plays Tara, " a woman who could be a Hollywood climber but who really, maybe, just wants to survive. The boyfriend she's latched onto is suitable only on the surface: Christian (the adult-film performer James Deen) is an egotistical trust-fund kid who dabbles in producing horror movies." Lohan's latest role continues her path toward more adult roles--her tumultuous personal life notwithstanding. Here's a rearview look at the films of Lohan, from her time as a spunky child actor to break-out roles in movies like 2004's Mean Girls
to straight-to-TV (Liz and Dick
) and now indie fare. No matter how small the role, Lohan seems to always drawn attention -- from her defenders and gossip bloggers alike.
Lohan guest-starring in Charlie Sheen's Anger Management sit-com in 2013.
Lohan in 2013's Scary MoVie (also with Charlie Sheen).
Lohan poses for a promotional photo for 2012's Liz and Dick, a straight-to-TV movie for the Lifetime network. The film's trailer was still heavily shown in movie theaters.
Lohan guest-stars on Fox's Glee in 2012.
"Lohan plays April in 2010's Machete
Lohan opposite Cheryl Hines (who she also worked with in Herbie Fully Loaded) in 2009's Labor Pains.
Lohan as Kimmie Keegan in 2008 in ABC's Ugly Betty.
And here's Lohan as Aubrey Fleming in 2007's I Know Who Killed Me.
Lohan as Dakota Moss in 2007's I Know Who Killed Me.
Lohan as Rachel Wilcox in 2007's Georgia Rule.
In Chapter 27, Lohan portrayed Jude, in the movie about Mark David Chapman, the man who killed John Lennon in December, 1980.
Lohan as Diane in 2006's Bobby.
Lohan as Ashley Albright in 2006's Just My Luck.
Lohan as Maggie Peyton in Herbie Fully Loaded (2005).
Lohan alongside Jamie Lee Curtis in 2003's Freaky Friday.
Tina Fey (seated) and Lohan in Mean Girls
. Fey wrote the screenplay to the 2004 comedy, which may live on in syndicatio
Lohan as a child, playing identical twins in the 1998 remake of Disney's The Parent Trap.