Michael Lohan Jr., Lindsay's little bro, had a small role in his sister's movie. He played "Lost Boy at Camp," the poor kid whose mom accidentally sent him to an all-girls camp and wouldn't ever answer the phone to bring him home.
His screen time was super minimal, but represented every kid who desperately wanted his or her parents to come and rescue them from summer camp.
Well, he's 28 years old now and looks like this:
Since The Parent Trap, Michael played himself in the "Lindsay Lohan" episode of Drive in 2002 and did the same deal for E! True Hollywood Story three years later.
Naturally, he was part of Living Lohan, a reality show that followed the famous Lohan family, particularly focusing on Dina Lohan's role in daughters Ali and Lindsay's careers.
Michael is BFFs with his big sis.Robin Marchant/Getty Images
And they've always seemed to be thick as thieves.Jamie McCarthy/WireImage
As evidenced by tons of adorable throwback pics Michael's shared on Instagram.
"Thunder buddies for life," captioned Michael.
Seriously, they are precious.
"Some bonds cannot be broken."
In fact, he shares pics of all his siblings.
The Lohan family definitely has good genes.
Like Lindsay, Michael did some modeling way back in the day.
And worked it, might I add.
And thankfully, Michael's not forgotten his Parent Trap role.
Michael graduated summa cum laude from Ithaca College and told The New York Post in October 2014, "I like to weed out the good and the bad people ... and make sure that the people around [Lindsay] know that she has a much stronger support group."
See? Told you they were close. He keeps an eye on her, but adds, "She’s a grown woman, so she needs to make her own decisions. I can’t hold her hand along the way, and she doesn’t expect me to do that. [If I did,] I would be enabling her myself."
Furthermore, he's the Assistant VP of Marketing and Events at FunBars. Seriously, Michael -- when do you sleep?!
He's also dating Nina Ginz
And they're super adorbs.
Congrats, Michael. You've come a long way from getting stuck at an all-girls camp.