Career & Music
Lohan's musical career began when she released her first single, "Rockin' Around The Christmas Tree", which was featured on the YMC Records' Totally Awesome Christmas in 2005. She shared the bill with musical artists such as Aly & AJ, Jesse McCartney and Hilary Duff. Ali then released her debut Christmas album, Lohan Holiday, in late 2006 under the record label YMC Records. The album had three singles "Rockin' Around The Christmas Tree", "I Like Christmas" and "Lohan Holiday", featuring Lindsay Lohan and Christian pop singer Alicia Martinez.
Lohan is currently working on her second studio album, Interpersonal released by Maloof Music, a venture of Maloof Productions and Interscope Records. Lohan recorded her whole album at the Palms, Las Vegas. Lohan has appeared in several music videos including playing a young Lindsay Lohan in her music video for "Confessions of a Broken Heart (Daughter to Father)".
On July 9th, 2008, Lohan released her first single off her Maloof-produced album to People magazine. Lohan's reality show, Living Lohan, chronicled her journey through recording this track. The single titled "All the Way Around" was released digitally on July 14, 2008.
Lohan broke into acting at an early age and has made cameos in her sister's movies The Parent Trap, Life Size, Get a Clue and Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen and has played the young Lindsay in her music video for "Confessions of a Broken Heart (Daughter to Father)". Lohan has also appeared in more than 50 commercials for food and clothing brands, such as JC Penney, Little Caesars Pizza, Toys R Us, Elle and American Girl commercials.
In 2008, she starred in the reality television series Living Lohan alongside her mother Dina Lohan. The show focused mostly on the recording of her second studio album in Las Vegas.
Lohan will appear in the movie Mostly Ghostly, which will be released sometime in 2008. The film will mark Ali's feature acting debut. According to E!, Lohan also has gotten the lead role in the big-budget remake of his 1986 camp classic, Troll, directed by John Carl Buechler. "She was great," Buechler tells E!. The camera loves her. She's a really good actress...I am personally going to fight for her." Lohan is still deciding if she will do it.