Lindsay LohanIt wasn't that long ago that Lindsay Lohan was considered a rising young star, and a look at her IMDb profile reveals some surprises.

Remember how good she was in Tina Fey's 'Mean Girls?' That was only six years ago. Even in a clunker like 2005's 'Herbie: Fully Loaded,' you could see Lohan's star potential -- even if you were too distracted by her chest to care about whatever else was going on in the movie.

So, despite everything that's gone on in her life recently -- including getting dumped from her latest movie, 'The Other Side' -- there's still plenty of time for LiLo to get her career mojo back. However, it's going to take a few steps for her to do it. Here's what we think she needs to do to turn it all around:

1. Bow to the altar of Oprah. The quick path to career rehab almost always seems to go through Harpo studios. Lohan would be the latest in a long line of celebs with soiled reputations to go on Oprah Winfrey's show and get a tough, but fair and sympathetic, interview.