Paul Hogan Net worth: Paul Hogan is an Australian entertainer, comedian, and TV moderator best known for his portrayal of outback traveler Michael “Crocodile” Dundee in Crocodile Dundee, the foundational film of the Dundee film franchise. He was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay and won a Golden Globe for Best Actor – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy.
Paul Hogan Early Life
Paul Hogan was born on October 8th, 1939, in Sydney, Australia. At times, he has claimed to have been born in the remote outback town of Lightning Ridge, Australia, in an effort to look more intriguing to his audience. While growing up in Sydney, he began working on the Sydney Harbor Bridge as a rigger when he was just 16. Many of the specifics of his life before he became famous have remained a closely guarded secret.
Paul Hogan’s Net worth
Actor and comedian Paul Hogan, who hails from Australia, has an estimated net worth of $20 million. Crocodile Dundee, the 1986 film in which Hogan starred, and its subsequent sequels made him a household name.
Paul Hogan Personal Life
Paul Hogan‘s first marriage to Noelene Edwards lasted from 1958 to 1981. They remarried within a year and again divorced in 1986. According to reports, this second divorce was one of the most expensive and messy in Australian history. From 1990 to 2014, Hogan was married to his Crocodile Dundee co-star Linda Kozlowski.
Paul Hogan Career
Paul Hogan began his career in 1971 with a debut on Australian-related television, on the Nine Network’s New Faces, a show for newcomers to the entertainment industry.
This performer asserted to his Harbor Bridge-based peers that the entertainment value of this show is largely dependent on the adjudicators irritating and diminishing the performers. In addition, it suggested that judges justify comparative lead. Hogan even performed in front of an audience while wearing his work gumboots and grasping kitchen knives.
During the mid-1990s, a Paramount executive was persuaded of the existence of a Crocodile Dundee/Beverly Hills Cop-style picture. The performer did not consider a role in the iconic film, Ghost, as a possibility while deciding to create Almost an Angel in 1990. Throughout 2013, 2014, and even 2015, he continued to perform stand-up comedy across Australia.