Dina Lohan Net Worth
Dina Lohan Net Worth: Dina Lohan is a former dancer and stage mother/manager who has a net worth of -$1.3 million dollars. Donata Melina Nicolette "Dina" Sullivan (Lohan) was born September 15, 1962 in New York City, New York. She is also a television personality and occasional actress best known as the mother/manager of actress/singer Lindsay Lohan. Dina Lohan has been named one of the Top 20 Long Island Mothers of Celebrities by a Long Island-based organization, despite rumors that she partly influenced her daughter's downhill spiral into alcoholism, which culminated in Lindsay's rehab confinement in January 2007. Dina Lohan, who calls herself The White Oprah, is a mother of four who is said to have given up professional dancing for motherhood and, eventually, to manage Lindsay's career. She appeared in a small role in the 1998 comedy Parent Trap, with the 12-year-old Lindsay playing the lead role, and in television shows such as Driven, E! True Hollywood Story and The View. She also claims she worked as a Rockette, although Radio City Music Hall reports show otherwise. She was a Wall Street analyst before becoming Lindsay's manager (and eventually daughter Ali's manager). In 2005, she signed a separation agreement with husband Michael and the divorce was finalized in August 2007. Her contentious relationship with her now-ex-husband continues to play out in the media and plague the harmony of the broken family. In 2008, Dina starred in the E! reality show Living Lohan, which chronicled Lindsay's younger sister Ali's attempts to make it big in Hollywood. While Living Lohan primarily revolved around this venture, other members of the family also had some airtime. The show followed the Lohans from their Long Island residence to wherever Ali's dreams took them. In one segment, Dina accompanied Ali to a Las Vegas studio to record her would-be solo album. The show was short-lived and Dina went on to support her children by other means. On April 25, 2018, Dina Lohan officially lost her Long Island mansion to foreclosure. Dina had been fighting a bank over the home for several years. Dina bought the house in 2004 for $650,000, then took out $1.3 million worth of loans. It's currently valued at $900,000.