LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Actress Lindsay Lohan, who is on probation for drunk driving and theft convictions, pleased a judge for a change on Wednesday by completing her court-ordered community service and therapy sessions on time. Miss Lohan, you have actually done your work, and not only done it, but done it early, Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Stephanie Sautner told the actress in court. Lohan, 25, dressed conservatively in a cream-colored cardigan and trousers, and she smiled and joked with the judge after her progress report came back positive. The Mean Girls actress was in court to review the first month of a court-ordered, five-month community service sentence at the Los Angeles County morgue, where she is required to work at least 12 days a month. She also must complete four therapy sessions. She adequately completed both for Wednesdays progress hearing. Lohan rose to fame as a likable child star of Disney movies such as The Parent Trap, but has been in and out of trouble spending time in rehab and in jail since 2007 when she was convicted on drunk driving and drug possession charges.