Линдси Лохан цитаты
Дата рождения: 2. Июль 1986
Ли́ндси Ди Ло́хан — американская актриса, певица, модель и дизайнер одежды.
Начала свою карьеру в качестве модели в возрасте трёх лет, чуть позже начала сниматься в кино, снялась во внушительном количестве рекламных роликов. В возрасте 10 лет Линдси начала играть в телесериалах, а в 11 лет сыграла главную роль в комедии 1998 года «Ловушка для родителей». Спустя 6 лет Линдси уже стала популярной киноактрисой, сыграв главные роли в фильмах «Чумовая пятница», «Дрянные девчонки» и «Сумасшедшие гонки».
Во время съёмок «Сумасшедших гонок» Лохан выпустила свой первый сольный музыкальный альбом Speak. Её второй альбом, A Little More Personal , вышел в 2005 году.
Карьера Лохан прервалась в 2007 году: из-за двух ДТП и трёх визитов в реабилитационный центр она потеряла несколько ролей. Возобновив карьеру, выступила в роли приглашённой звезды в сериале «Дурнушка» в 2008 году и снялась в фильме Роберта Родригеса «Мачете» в 2009 году.
В 2007 году Линдси Лохан была признана журналом «Maxim» самой желанной и сексуальной женщиной в мире.
Также в СМИ широко обсуждаются её нарко- и алкозависимости и личная жизнь.
Лохан являлась лицом фирмы Louis Vuitton.
Цитаты Линдси Лохан
„I just feel as though it's become a situation where people have manifested this caricature of who I am, and they act as if there's no real person inside of it. I mean, people really have come to believe-directors, producers, agents, whoever it may be-that I started in this because I wanted to be a celebrity. But that was never my intention.“
„You know what's hard? I want to give back. I want to do all the things that will make me feel fulfilled. But whenever I do those things, people think it's a press stunt or something. Because they do find me, and there's really no way of hiding from that. And the second that you complain about it, they say, "Well, this is what you wanted, so this is what you're going to get." That's all people see it as now. It's not, "No, I just want to have some time for myself." There are things I want to do, and people don't understand that. You know, my car accident that I got into, where I got my first charge, I wouldn't have been speeding up like I was if I didn't have people shoving cameras in my windows.“
„It is clear to me that my life has become completely unmanageable because I am addicted to alcohol and drugs.
Recently, I relapsed and did things for which I am ashamed. I broke the law, and today I took responsibility by pleading guilty to the charges in my case.“
— Lindsay Lohan
As quoted in "Lindsay: "I Am Addicted to Alcohol and Drugs" at TMZ (23 August 2007) http://www.tmz.com/2007/08/23/lindsay-lohan-i-am-addicted-to-alcohol-and-drugs/8.
— Lindsay Lohan
As quoted in "Confessions of a Teenage Movie Queen" in Vanity Fair (February 2006) http://www.vanityfair.com/magazine/toc/2006/toc200602.
„I wanted to be a movie star. But movie stars are not what they used to be. When I was a kid, I thought movie stars were women and men who were in these great films that we still look at now... And people my age don't even know who those people are. I can't even have a conversation with most people of my generation about that, because they'd be like, "Okay, she's a freak..." And the worst part is, in terms of what people see of me, I have become this girl who just loves to be photographed, doesn't know how to focus, doesn't know how to work on set, just loves the attention, knows how to go out at night, knows how to party. And you know what? I was 20 years old. I never went to college. And I lived maybe six months out of my life like that, doing something wrong, and then I stopped. God forbid I should have ever learned my lesson. But at this point it's so hard for people to even believe that there was a lesson to be learned at all, because they just think I'm wrong. All these people think I'm never going to be right, because it's more interesting to fabricate this other girl. Who wants to read a tabloid story about a girl who is doing well?“
— Lindsay Lohan
As quoted in "Confessions of a Teenage Movie Queen" in Vanity Fair (February 2006).