Stints as a child model and commercial starlet brought Lohan into the limelight at the age of 3. The celebrity of even more than 60 television areas and 100 print ads for customers like Toys 'R American and Duncan Hines assisted Lohan land the film role of twin sisters in Disney's 1998 remake of The Parent Trap. In the movie, the sisters-- one raised in England and the other in the U.S.-- attempt to reunite their long-divorced moms and dads, played by Dennis Quaid and Natasha Richardson. The movie did well at the box workplace, making more than $92 million worldwide. Lohan's success led to more Disney movie roles, including the remake Freaky Friday (2003) likewise starring Jamie Lee Curtis. Her following function with Disney, the pre-teen comedy, Confessions of Teenage Drama Queen (2004), brought mild success.