Last Labor Day, a meme of Lindsay Lohan dancing with abandon in Mykonos captivated the internet and the world — and tonight, at long last, we finally get a front row seat to this LiLo in her newfound element. Welcome to Lindsay Lohan's Beach Club, a Vanderpump Rules-esque reality show wherein Lohan presides as the grande dame of a Mykonos club staffed by a crew of hot and bronzed bathing suit-clad people, which premiers tonight at 8 p.m. on MTV
Lohan has been through a lot since her entertainment career started in 2004, and over the last 15 years, so has her net worth. Ahead, we did the math on how much she's made (and lost), and how it stacks up.
After getting her start modeling and acting in commercials as a kid, Lohan got her big break as the iconic separated-at-birth twins, Annie and Hallie, in The Parent Trap in 1998. This led to a robust Disney career for Lohan, including starring roles in Life-Size, Get A Clue, and Freaky Friday. Then came Mean Girls in 2004, which grossed $129 million worldwide, and then Lohan's not-too-shabby foray into music soon thereafter. (I'm sorry, but who can forget "Rumors"? The album went platinum!) Her fame continued to rise, with starring roles in Herbie Fully Loaded in 2005, which grossed $144 million worldwide, and Just My Luck in 2006, for which she earned $7.5 million.
Around this time, Lohan had more than a few encounters with the law, and was arrested for driving under the influence, drug possession, shoplifting, and assaulting a woman at a nightclub, and served time in jail. And with these legal woes came financial ones: In 2012, Lohan's bank account was seized by the IRS for failure to pay her taxes in 2009 and 2010 — apparently $233,904 worth. (And apparently Charlie Sheen cut LiLo a check for $100,000 to cover a chunk of it.) A nude Playboy shoot in 2011 earned her $1 million, but the same year she was served a bill for $90,000 in unpaid limo fees from 2009.
Lohan has reportedly earned close to $28 million for her film career, and yet she was close to bankruptcy in 2010. Then in 2013 came Lohan's infamous interview with Oprah, in which she admitted to being an addict and pocketed $2 million, which she reportedly used to pay back rehab fees and taxes. The interview was followed by an eight-part docuseries called Lindsay that followed her recovery.
After years in the spotlight, Lohan moved to Dubai in pursuit of a more private life. And in 2016, she resurfaced in full swing, with a brand spankin' new (vaguely European?) accent at the opening of her nightclub in Athens. In May 2018, she opened the Lohan Beach House in Mykonos, the playground of her new MTV reality show. She also became a spokesperson for Lawyer.com, which, yes, sounds as odd as it is. And there might be an island called "Lindsayland" off the coast of Dubai sometime soon.