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Tuesday 28 July 2015

Tara Reid: I don't party

Published 27/07/2014 | 14:30

Tara Reid
Tara Reid

Tara Reid believes she has grown with age.

The American Pie actress became known for her wild ways after the success of the film back in 1999. But the 38-year-old now believes those days are behind her.

"I've done my fair share, that's for sure," she told British Star magazine when asked if she still likes to go out on the town. "But I'm getting older and I don't have the energy I used to. I'm more settled and I've grown with age. I'm more content and I rarely go out now. I like being at home."

Part of her satisfaction with her life could be down to her boyfriend Erez Eisen. Despite having a string of broken engagements in her past, Tara is happy to take each day as it comes with her latest beau.

"We're kind of boring. We like to stay home, cook. We go out for dinner, that's our big night out," she revealed. "We're taking it day by day. He's always on tour [with band Infected Mushroom], so we don't see each other that much. It's hard but we make it work."

While the Sharknado actress is focused on her career and her relationship, one thing that isn't on her radar is the comparisons to fellow former Hollywood wild child Lindsay Lohan. The blonde admits such association bugs her.

"Of course [it annoys me]. But Lindsay gets in trouble and has gone to jail 10,000 times!" she said. "I've never been arrested in my life. I have nothing to do with someone like her. Honestly I don't even think about her. I couldn't care less. She's not even a thought in my head."

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