It's Mean Girls Day and in celebration of the cult classic, we look back at the Irish heritage and ancestry of the movie's star Lindsey Lohan.
Lindsay Lohan was born in 1986 in New York City and moved to Long Island soon after she was born.
Her mother Dina Sullivan came from a well known Irish American family that traced its roots back to County Cork.
They were politically conservative and Lindsay’s grandfather John L. Sullivan founded the Long Island Pro-Life Party.
Dina had her own stage ambitions and worked as a singer and dancer.
She met and married Michael Lohan – another Irish Catholic with Cork roots and a flair for the dramatic. Michael described his father, Richard Lohan, as an alcoholic.
Lindsay was pushed into the limelight early; at age 3 she was in ads for Calvin Klein Kids and Abercrombie kids.
By age 10 she was in movies and hit the big time at 12 starring in Disney's "The Parent Trap" in 1998.
After a few tumultuous years, Lohan remained out of the spotlight but is set to make her grand return this year with a new MTV reality show.