Lindsay Lohan Isn’t The Only Celebrity On The List Who Can’t Get A Job In Hollywood
The influence of the 2004 movie, “Mean Girls” has spanned generations. Ariana Grande even paid tribute to the cult classic in her music video, “Thank U Next.” This nostalgic film told all the secrets of girl world with the help of Lindsay Lohan, Rachel McAdams, Lacey Chabert, and Amanda Seyfried. Tina Fey, who wrote the script, has turned it into a Broadway musical. And she has plans to turn the stage production into a new movie for a modern audience. But where are the actors of “Mean Girls” now?
We know that Lindsay Lohan has been in the spotlight for controversial reasons. But she has also starred in a few indie projects. Rachel McAdams left the Hollywood spotlight for motherhood. Amanda Seyfried is balancing her career and her mental health challenges, Lacey Chabert has become the Hallmark Queen. And as for the rest of the cast? Some are doing better than others in Hollywood. Lizzy Caplan has landed a few major TV roles, such as “Castle Rock.” Jonathan Bennett went on to host the Food Network show, “Cake Wars.” But for Daniel Franzese, Rajiv Surendra, Daniel DeSanto, and Stefanie Drummond, it’s been a challenge to get major roles after “Mean Girls.” Rajiv is now a calligraphy and chalk artist. He also wrote a book about losing a major film role. Daniel DeSanto has voiced some animated roles. And Daniel Franzese does stand-up. But all of them remember the movie fondly. Here’s everything you need to know about what these actors are up to now.
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