Brett Hogan. Brett Hogan. Buch. Filme. 1 Filme gefunden. Neue zuerst, Titel A-Z. Crocodile Dundee II. USA R: John Cornell. Der australische Buschläufer. Beteiligt an 1 Filmen (als Drehbuchautor/in und Autor/in (Vorlage)). Komplette Biographie zu Brett Hogan. Brett Hogan ist bekannt für Filme wie Crocodile. Brett Hogan. Anzeigen in iTunes. Filme. Alle anzeigen · Crocodile Dundee II. Action. LÄUFT JETZT. Weitere Einkaufsmöglichkeiten: Finde einen Apple Store.
Paul HoganBrett Hogan. Brett Hogan. Buch. Filme. 1 Filme gefunden. Neue zuerst, Titel A-Z. Crocodile Dundee II. USA R: John Cornell. Der australische Buschläufer. Paul „Hoges“ Hogan AM (* 8. Oktober in Sydney) ist ein australischer Schauspieler und Comedian. Weltweite Popularität erlangte er in der Rolle des. Beteiligt an 1 Filmen (als Drehbuchautor/in und Autor/in (Vorlage)). Komplette Biographie zu Brett Hogan. Brett Hogan ist bekannt für Filme wie Crocodile.
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Bar admissions and qualifications District of Columbia Maryland. Hogan won the TV Week Logie Award for 'Best New Talent'.
In the s, Hogan advertised Winfield cigarettes in television, print and billboard advertisements in which he wore a formal dinner suit.
These ads always ended with the catchphrase "Anyhow, have a Winfield. An advertisement with the phrase " shrimp on the barbie ", which aired from , was particularly successful.
In , Hogan appeared as an Australian World War I ' digger ' named Pat Cleary in the mini-series Anzacs , which aired on the Nine Network.
Cleary was described as the quintessential Aussie larrikin , and series writer John Dixon wrote the part of Cleary with Hogan in mind.
The series included a "who's who" of Australian television and film actors of the day, including Jon Blake , Andrew Clarke , Megan Williams , Tony Bonner , Bill Kerr , Ilona Rodgers , Vivean Gray and Robert Coleby.
Throughout the decade, Hogan appeared on British television in advertisements for Foster's Lager , in which he played an earthy Australian abroad in London.
The character's most notable line spoken incredulously at a ballet performance "Strewth, there's a bloke down there with no strides on!
In another advertisement from the same Foster's series, Hogan's character is approached in a London Tube station by a Japanese tourist who asks, 'Do you know the way to Cockfosters?
Hogan's breakout role was that of Mick "Crocodile" Dundee in the film Crocodile Dundee. Hogan also co-wrote the movie, which was a massive critical and commercial success in many countries.
He won the Golden Globe Award for Best Actor — Motion Picture Musical or Comedy and was also nominated for Best Actor at the BAFTAs.
The screenplay was nominated for an Academy Award , a BAFTA and a Saturn Award. Along with Chevy Chase and Goldie Hawn , Hogan co-hosted the 59th Academy Awards , also in Hogan again portrayed Mick Dundee in the sequel Crocodile Dundee II , released in Hogan was also executive producer and co-writer with his son, Brett.
Although less popular with critics than the first Crocodile Dundee , it was also a commercial success.
The character made him popular in the United States, with phrases like, "That's not a knife Mick's a good role model. There's no malice in the fellow and he's human.
He's not a wimp or a sissy just because he doesn't kill people. How Much Have You Seen? How much of Brett Hogan's work have you seen?
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Sue and Walter, observing them from a distance, mistake Mick for Rico and take shots at him. Walter shoots Mick, though not fatally, and Rico tries to escape but is shot by Miguel who mistakes him for Mick.
Rico loses his balance and falls to his death in an escarpment. Miguel is, in turn, shot and killed by Sue. Though thinking at first that Mick is dead, they soon re-unite with him Walter's bullet had only hit Mick in the side , and Sue and Mick embrace.
When Mick asks her whether she is ready to go home, Sue replies "I am home", concluding the film. The film opened 25 May in the United States and Canada.
Crocodile Dundee II was also a worldwide hit,  but not as big as its predecessor. The film was released theatrically in the United States by Paramount Pictures in May Janet Maslin of The New York Times deemed the sequel to be inferior, noting "the novelty has begun to wear thin, even if Mr.
Hogan remains generally irresistible". The film is much more compelling in its concluding scenes in the Australian outback than in its comedy-action scenes in New York City that open the film.
Paul was married to the co-actress, Linda Kozlowski. They first married in at the set of the Crocodile Dundee. Later, they got married on the 5th of May After the long marriage of 24 years, they divorce in July citing irreconcilable differences.
Kozlowski filed for the divorce in October Before this, he was married to Noelene Edwards. The wedding took place in They separated in with divorce.
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