Lindsay Lohan net worth: Lindsay Lohan is a controversial American actress, singer and celebrity party girl who has a net worth of $500 thousand. Lindsay Lohan began her entertainment career when she signed with Ford Models at the tender age of three. Lohan went on to appear in commercials for companies such as Wendy's and Jell-O. She also modeled in campaigns for Abercrombie Kids and Calvin Klein Kids. Lindsay's television debut came in 1996 when she won the role of Ali Fowler on the soap opera Another World. She left a year later after director Nancy Meyers personally cast Lohan in the starring double role in Walt Disney Pictures 1998 remake of The Parent Trap. Disney was so impressed by Lohan's performance that she went on to star in two made-for-television movies for the company before hitting it big in another Disney classic remake, Freaky Friday, which grossed $160 million dollars worldwide.
Lindsay Lohan's career took off after 2004's teen comedy "Mean Girls" which grossed $129 million worldwide and garnered Lohan four Teen Choice awards. While acting, Lohan was simultaneously working on a music career, contributing tracks to her movies, Freaky Friday and Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen. In December 2004 Lohan released her debut album, "Speak", which reached the number four spot in the Billboard 200. An ever-present force in the fashion world, Lohan has modeled for Miu Miu, Fornarina, Jill Stuart among others and released her own brand of leggings and a self-tanning spray. In spite of her success, she is known for her expensive lifestyle and has faced many legal and personal problems which have eaten up a huge percentage of her net worth.
Prior to appearing in Playboy in October 2011, Lindsay Lohan was reportedly close to bankruptcy. She earned $1 million to pose nude for the men's magazine. Lohan's personal and professional lives have been as turbulent as ever in the last year. Her reputation as an unreliable party girl has cost Lindsay many opportunities for quality mainstream work. In December 2012, the IRS seized control of Lindsay's bank accounts to pay back the $233,000 she owes in unpaid federal back taxes. This latest move came just weeks after it was revealed that Charlie Sheen wrote Lindsay a $100,000 check to help pay her debts. Unfortunately that wasn't enough.
In August 2013, Lindsay Lohan earned a reported $2 million to film a series of in-depth interviews with Oprah Winfey. A large portion of that money will be set aside for taxes, rehab fees and IRS debts.