Linda Kozlowski is a gorgeous American actress, born on January 7, 1958, in Fairfield, Connecticut. You may wonder where does her name come from. Well, Linda Kozlowski was born in a Polish family, so do not be surprised if you have a hard time pronouncing her name. Her career started at the world-famous Juilliard School, where she trained to be an opera singer. Everybody noticed that Linda Kozlowski was extremely talented, so right after graduating, she landed a part in the off-Broadway production How It All Began, in 1981. It did not take long, though, until Linda Kozlowski managed to enter the tough and often cruel environment of Broadway.
One of her first Broadway roles was Miss Forsythe, in the production Death of a Salesman. Then, the Broadway production was turned into a movie in the following year, and Linda Kozlowski got the part once again. Once she appeared on the big screen, Linda Kozlowski became a celebrity. The truth is that Linda Kozlowski was hard to be ignored, especially due to her unique and exotic beauty. Nevertheless, Linda Kozlowski gained international recognition in 1986, where she starred along Paul Hogan in Crocodile Dundee, an Australian movie. The thing is that Linda Kozlowski met Paul Hogan on the set, but behind the scenes a romantic relationship soon began. Linda Kozlowski became his wife in 1990, and they are still happily married now. In 2001, Linda Kozlowski gave birth to his son, named Chance Hogan.
As Paul Hogan had a son from a previous relationship, Linda Kozlowski became his stepmother. She stated, however, that she loves him just like her own, which proves the kind-hearted spirit of Linda Kozlowski. Further on, Linda Kozlowski starred in many more productions, including Village of the Damned, Crocodile Dundee in Los Angeled, Zorn, Backstreet Justice, The Neighbor, Almost an Angel and Crocodile Dundee II. Linda Kozlowski is without a doubt one of the most beautiful and talented actresses in Hollywood, who managed to stay away from public scandals, and to be an example for women everywhere.