After appearing in “Crocodile Dundee,” Linda Kozlowski became well-known throughout the world. The movie, in which she costarred with Paul Hogan, was a pivotal moment in her career. But following the “Dundee” series and a few more roles, Kozlowski progressively withdrew from the spotlight in Hollywood.Linda Kozlowski, who was born in Fairfield, Connecticut, on January 7, 1958, enrolled in the esteemed Juilliard School theater program to further her love of acting. Following her degree completion in 1981, she debuted in a number of off-Broadway productions. She eventually moved on to smaller roles on Broadway and television, appearing with Dustin Hoffman in the television film “Death of a Salesman.”
Linda Kozlowski, who was born in Fairfield, Connecticut, on January 7, 1958, enrolled in the esteemed Juilliard School theater program to further her love of acting. Following her degree completion in 1981, she debuted in a number of off-Broadway productions. She eventually moved on to smaller roles on Broadway and television, appearing with Dustin Hoffman in the television film “Death of a Salesman.”
Linda faced difficulties on her path to fame. She worked as a waitress after her appearance in “Death of a Salesman,” and then she moved to California. Dustin Hoffman, who had now become her mentor, and his wife extended an invitation for her to stay at their beach house in Malibu during this period. From that point on, Linda started the audition that would ultimately transform her life.
Linda had a good audition for the part of Sue Charlton in “Crocodile Dundee,” which Dustin Hoffman suggested she play. With a budget of under $10 million, the movie achieved enormous success, garnering nearly $320 million in revenue and catapulting Linda Kozlowski to stardom almost instantly. It’s interesting to note that because the movie had an early release in Australia, her celebrity was first more prominent there.
Linda didn’t think she got the respect she deserved in Hollywood, despite her sudden fame. She kept appearing in the “Crocodile Dundee” films, but she declined numerous offers to play parts that would have pigeonholed her as a funny actor’s girlfriend. Linda made the decision to completely give up acting after the third “Dundee” movie.
During the “Crocodile Dundee” television series, Linda Kozlowski fell in love with her co-star Paul Hogan. In 1990, they tied the knot and in 1998, Chance, their son, was born. But in 2014, their marriage disintegrated.
After divorcing Paul Hogan, Linda Kozlowski made the decision to live her life alone. After receiving a sizable payout, she made the decision to change her priorities. She then focused on Morocco, where she met a local tour guide named Moulay Hafid Baba. Their instant connection resulted in a profound shift in their lives.
Linda and Moulay Hafid Baba founded Dream My Destiny, a posh travel company, in Marrakech. They design distinctive travel schedules based on the preferences of their customers. Linda’s life had moved from Hollywood to Morocco, with its stunning scenery.
Even though Linda Kozlowski left the acting profession, her influence from her role as Sue Charlton in “Crocodile Dundee” endures. She decided to enjoy her exciting and rewarding life in Morocco at the age of sixty-three. She prefers the real world to fiction, concentrating on her work in the travel sector, where her acting career-honed intuition is essential to making others’ travels unforgettable.