It's been 18 whole years since Lindsay Lohan's first movie, "The Parent Trap," which '90s kids might remember as the one that inspired them to pierce their own ears, eat Oreos with peanut butter, and re-create that really cool handshake.
The Long Island native, then 12, jumpstarted her career with the film back in 1998, in her starring role playing twins Hallie Parker and Annie James in Disney's reboot of its 1961 original.
Take a look back at "The Parent Trap" and some of Lohan's other notable appearances in movies, TV and more.
"The Parent Trap" (1998)
Way back when, an 11-year-old Lohan wowed critics and audiences in her breakout role as twins Hallie Parker and Annie James in the 1998 Disney remake of the classic family flick, "The Parent Trap."
As Casey Stuart, a feisty tomboy who accidentally brings her doll (Tyra Banks) to life, in the Disney channel TV movie "Life-Size" (2000). (Banks has said there will be a sequel, but no word yet as to whether Lohan is on board.)
"Freaky Friday" (2003)
In yet another Disney reboot, she played Anna Coleman (opposite Jamie Lee Curtis) in 2003's "Freaky Friday."
"Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen" (2004)
As dramatic teenager Lola in "Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen'' (2004).
"Mean Girls" (2004)
As Cady Heron in "Mean Girls" (2004), with, from left, Amanda Seyfried, Lacey Chabert and Rachel McAdams.
As teenage car-racer Maggie Peyton (opposite Justin Long) in "Herbie Fully Loaded" (2005), the fourth sequel to 1968's "The Love Bug."
"A Prairie Home Companion" (2006)
As Lola Johnson in "A Prairie Home Companion" (2006), a fictional, behind-the-scenes look at the long-running radio program of the same name, with Garrison Keillor.
"Just My Luck" (2006)
As Ashley Albright, a young Manhattanite who has it all until her good fortune is suddenly turned upside-down, in "Just My Luck" (2006).
"Chapter 27" (2007)
As a John Lennon fan (appropriately named Jude) in "Chapter 27" (2007), a crime drama about Mark David Chapman, the man convicted of killing the musician in 1980.
"Georgia Rule" (2007)
As Rachel Wilcox in "Georgia Rule" (2007), opposite Jane Fonda, right, and Felicity Huffman.
"I Know Who Killed Me" (2007)
Lohan received the 2008 worst-actress "Razzie" award for "I Know Who Killed Me" (2007). The thriller was also named worst movie at that year's Golden Raspberry Awards, which dishonor the worst achievements in film.
"Ugly Betty" (2008)
As Kimmie Keegan in a handful of 2008 episodes of America Ferrera's ABC series, "Ugly Betty."
"Labor Pains" (2009)
As Thea Clayhill, an assistant at a publishing company who pretends to be pregnant in order to avoid being fired by her boss in the ABC Family rom-com "Labor Pains" (2009).
"Saturday Night Live" (2012 and more)
From left, Bill Hader, Andy Samberg, Lindsay Lohan, Bobby Moynihan and Keenan Thompson in a skit during Lohan's March 3, 2012 "Saturday Night Live" appearance (her fourth time hosting the show).
She played herself on a May 2012 episode of "Glee," as a national glee club competition judge with fellow guest stars Perez Hilton and "Entourage" actor Rex Lee.
"Liz & Dick" (2012)
As the legendary Elizabeth Taylor in the Lifetime original movie, "Liz & Dick" (2012).
"Anger Management" (2013)
Art imitated life for Lohan when she starred in an April 2013 episode of Charlie Sheen's FX series, "Anger Management," playing a character not entirely unlike herself, at times, in real life.
"Scary Movie 5" (2013)
As herself in "Scary Movie 5" (2013).
"The Canyons" (2013)
As Tara in "The Canyons" (2013), opposite porn star James Deen.
"2 Broke Girls" (2014)
On the April 14, 2014 episode of CBS's "2 Broke Girls," Lindsay Lohan played an indecisive bride-to-be who asks Max (Kat Dennings) and Caroline (Beth Behrs) to make her wedding cake.
In her stage debut, she plays the character Karen in the West End revival of David Mamet's "Speed-the-Plow," which opened Thursday, Oct. 2, 2014 to decent reviews in London.