Linda Kozlowski Pictures: Did Paul Hogan's Wife Go Under The Knife?
Linda Kozlowski, informally known as "Mrs. Crocodile Dundee" after her marriage to co-star and Aussie tough-guy Paul Hogan, turned heads at the G'Day USA Black Tie Gala in Los Angeles on Monday. Linda Kozlowski is 54 and her hubby is 73. The media has been playing up the age difference between the two love birds, and many are speculating that Linda Kozlowski has had a lot of plastic surgery over the years, contributing to the perceptible age gap between her and Hogan.
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Sydney plastic surgeon Dr. Michael Zacharia told Who magazine this week that Linda Kozlowski appears to have received some dermal fillers to achieve her plumped-up look, as well as a "touch of botox." Another plastic surgeon, Dr. Michael Salzhauer, told makemeheal.com that her surgeries added youth, but took away her "look."
"Actress Linda Kozlowski does look very different and appears to have had several cosmetic procedures including a nose job or Rhinoplasty, eyelid and brow lifts, dermal fillers to her cheeks and lips and Botox to her forehead," he told the website. "She has a youthful look, but doesn't really look like herself anymore."
Paul Hogan doesn't seem to mind.
Beyond all the rumors surrounding Linda Kozlowski's plastic surgeries, there is a lot of chatter about how lovey-dovey the two are after 23 years of marriage. Hogan married Linda Kozlowski after they fell for each other on the set of his smash hit "Crocodile Dundee." Hogan was in the middle of a divorce when they met, and the Australian gossip press trashed the duo at the time because of the age gap between the two co-stars.
"She was unjustly crucified or blamed, or whatever," Hogan said in a 2003 interview. He admits Linda Kozlowski sacrificed a promising career to stay by his side and raise their now 13-year-old son, Chance. "It's so stupid of anybody to sort of pass judgment on other people's relationships. That was just hard for her, because the great thing about us when we were mostly living over there [Santa Barbara] and in Byron Bay was that nobody cared."
Hogan and Linda Kozlowski were at the G'Day USA Gala, a celebration of Australian contributions to film and television, because Hogan was being honored with the Australian Icon Award. Presenter and fellow Aussie Hugh Jackman was singing Hogan's praises at the event.
"I grew up watching Hogen, he was the everyman," said Jackman. "He's funny, honest, smart, ethical and an icon, for me, a mentor."
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