She began as one of the most memorable child stars of her generation, but in recent years, she has become better known for her wild child image and frequent run-ins with the law. In this candid profile, BIOr presents the real story behind Lindsay Lohan's rollercoaster ride to fame. At age 11, after appearing in several commercials and acting in the daytime soap Another World, Lohan landed a life-changing role in a remake of the 1961 classic film, The Parent Trap. Following this breakthrough performance, Lohan quickly went from child star to teen queen to alluring actress, starring in hits such as Freaky Friday and Mean Girls. Yet, despite her popularity as an actress and her undeniable talent, Lohan's alleged problems with substance abuse, clashes with co-stars and studio executives, and a troubled family life have landed her in the limelight for far more notorious reasons. Featuring insights from film industry critics, as well as footage from personal interviews with the actress and clips from her most popular silver screen appearances, BIOr presents the ultimate look at the turbulent life and career of Lindsay Lohan.