Lindsay Lohan is the best example of an emotional and assertive Cancer. Born on July 2, 1986, this former child prodigy started her career as a child fashion model. After developing her singing and acting skills, she was offered the lead role for Disney's 1998 remake of “The Parent Trap”. Taking advantage of Cancer’s assertive side, she released a debut album at the height of her popularity. In between 2003 and 2005, she played lead roles in high grossing flicks like “Freaky Friday”, “Mean Girls”, and “Herbie: Fully Loaded”.
Although she glowed under the limelight at a very young age, Lindsay had a very turbulent childhood. Her parents had constant marital issues, which lead to a divorce when she was just three years old. When their daughter made millions, they battled for custody and decided to reunite. Citing parental issues, they again separated in 2005 and finalized their divorce in 2007.
All of these off-cam dramas created a lasting effect on Lindsay’s personality, and exposed her volatile side. Cancer is highly emotional, moody, and overly sensitive. When emotions overflow, Cancer tends to get into trouble and struggles to find true happiness.
Lohan’s promising career took an unexpected turn in 2007 when she was caught twice driving under the influence (DUI). In addition, she became addicted to a controlled substance and was forced to check-in at drug rehabilitation facilities several times. As a consequence, she lost millions in movie offers and her commercials were cancelled.
With all the negative publicity surrounding her, Lohan dug deep to Cancer’s ability to bounce back from any predicament. Putting all her troubles aside, she slowly revived her career and got a supporting role in the TV series “Ugly Betty”. From 2009 to 2010, she starred in the comedy flick “Labor Pains”, and did a cameo for Robert Rodriguez's “Machete”. A natural care giver, she volunteered for fund-raising activities conducted by to the British Red Cross to aid Haiti earthquake victims.