The Mean Girls star is seemingly back on track after completing a 90-day court-ordered stint in a rehab clinic in California, landing a number of Tv jobs, including a reality series for Oprah Winfrey's Own network.
The turnaround comes after years of legal woes and negative publicity for Lohan, and Bridges, who spiralled into drug addiction after shooting to fame on Diff'rent Strokes, has urged the star not to slip up again.
In an interview with Access Hollywood, he says, "The bottom line for Lindsay right now is she has to decide what she wants to do. Either she wants to stop or she wants to continue. If she wants to continue, she's going to end up dead.
"Here's the problem, we glorify people like Charlie Sheen. I'm not being mean, but we glorify it."
Explaining how he stays away from trouble while working in Hollywood, he adds, "You do your job and you go home and you don't get involved in anything on the set... all you care about is yourself."