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(He even hosted the Oscars in 1987.) But he never quite made a name for himself internationally outside of playing Mick.
Here's what he's been up to for the past 25-odd years.
For a guy with Oscar nominations, a major movie franchise, and an Oscar hosting stint under his belt, Hogan has shockingly few credits to his name.
Though he hasn't had a movie credit in nearly a decade as of this writing, Hogan is still considered a hero in the Australian film industry—and was awarded its top honor in 2016 during The 6th AACTA Awards.Australian tough guy/survivalist Mick "Crocodile" Dundee charmed filmgoers with his hilarious fish-out-of-water adventures in the extremely popular 1986 comedy "Crocodile" Dundee, starring and written by actor, comedian, and commercial pitchman Paul Hogan, who won a Golden Globe for the role and earned an Oscar nomination for his work on the screenplay.The movie earned 8 million worldwide and 1988's Crocodile Dundee II brought in another 9 million, making Hogan one of the biggest stars of the '80s.In 2013, Matthew Berry, one of Crocodile Dundee in Los Angeles's credited screenwriters, offered a peek behind the scenes of the sequel during an appearance on the bad movies podcast How Did This Get Made? According to Berry, he and writing partner Eric Abrams pitched their idea for a third Dundee film to Hogan.He approved it, and gave them three months to go off and write a screenplay—which he then proceeded to edit beyond recognition, changing everything from character names to jokes.