Dennis Quaid Looks Back On 'Parent Trap' And Lindsay Lohan

"What a talented, talented kid."

Dennis Quaid reflected on his experiences working with an 11-year-old Lindsay Lohan in the 1998 remake of "The Parent Trap" in a HuffPost Live conversation on Wednesday.

"Meeting her and you just knew, right off the bat -- this was her very first thing -- she was so natural," he recounted to host Alyona Minkovski. "She just came out of herself and what a talented, talented kid. I myself forgot that she was just one person. Watching the movie, I think it's two people!"

The "Art of More" actor said the film was cast with "just fantastic, lovely people to work with," but that wasn't the only perk.

"I became the king of the carpool line after that [movie]," he recalled. "My son was about six ... a new generation of 'Parent Trap' kids."

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