Actress Lindsay Lohan poses at the 2008 MTV Movie Awards in Los Angeles in this June 1, 2008 file photo. Lohan was released from jail early August 2, 2010 after serving 13 days of a 90-day sentence and taken straight into a rehabilitation program, according to the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni/Files (UNITED STATES - Tags: PROFILE ENTERTAINMENT CRIME LAW)

London - Lindsay Lohan feels at home on movie sets.

The troubled actress has taken on the role of the late Dame Elizabeth Taylor in new TV movie 'Liz & Dick' and her co-star Grant Bowler says shooting films is the most natural environment for her.

Grant - who plays Lindsay's on-screen husband Richard Burton in the film - said: “For Lindsay, I imagine, and I can only imagine ... because she grew up on sets and did her homework on set and fell asleep watching TV waiting to go on set, it's a much more instinctive process. It's much more natural to be in the trailer or on set than anywhere else.”

Grant, 44, says he works in a completely different way to 26-year-old Lindsay because they've had such different upbringings.

He told [email protected]: “I actually think we had very different work methodologies

“My father was a tradesman, so I come at acting from a workman's point of view. It's my trade.

“I do my work, I do my research, I put in as many hours as I can. It's a paradigm of labour, if you like.” - Bang ShowBiz