Linda Kozlowski is an American actress and has a net worth of $10 million. Linda Kozlowski has got her net worth through the many pictures she has appeared in, together with her off Broadway performance in “How it all Started” and “Death of a Salesman.” She is best known for her part in “Crocodile Dundee” opposite Paul Hogan. Linda also starred with him in the following Dundee movies “Crocodile Dundee II” and “Crocodile Dundee in Los Angeles.” Other pictures Kozlowski has appeared in are “Death of a Salesman,” “Pass the Ammo,” “Almost an Angel,” “Backstreet Justice” “The Neighbour,” and “Village of the Damned.”
Linda Kozlowski Net Worth $10 Million Dollars
Linda Kozlowski also had the character of Sally Crain in the television mini-series “Favorite Son” with Harry Hamlin, in the television movie “Shaughnessy” with Matthew Settle, and in 1982 she played the part of Julie Dean in the television series “Nurse.” Kozlowski has retired from playing, stating that she hasn’t been pleased with the scripts she was offered. Linda later attended Julliard, where she graduated from the drama section in 1981. She’s been married twice. Linda met her second husband on the set of Crocodile Dundee. Linda and costar Paul Hogan tied the knot in 1990 and possess a son named Opportunity.
January 7, 1958
Fairfield, Connecticut, USA
5' 7" (1.7 m)
Juilliard School, Fairfield Warde High School
Helen E. Parniawski, Stanley M. Kozlowski
Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress – Motion Picture
Crocodile Dundee, Crocodile Dundee II, Crocodile Dundee in Los Angeles, Almost an Angel, Village of the Damned, Backstreet Justice, Pass the Ammo, Death of a Salesman, The Neighbor, Zorn, Shaughnessy: The Iron Marshal
Trained as an opera singer while at Juilliard School.
Graduated from Fairfield's Andrew Warde High School (1976).
[on leaving the acting business] These straight-to-video, schlocky films I was getting were giving me an ulcer, basically because I was the only one on the set that cared about anything... Between that and my biological clock, I decided to give it all away.
Crocodiles are really bold, and they do come up on land.
I've never had to do anything I didn't believe in. Sometimes, that meant being poor and waitressing a while longer, but I've always stuck with it.
After Crocodile Dundee (1986), I turned down lots of stuff, most of it where I'd play the girlfriend of some funny man.