Linda Kozlowski Undressed
Linda Kozlowski (born January 7, 1958 in Fairfield, Connecticut) is an American actress.
Trained at the Juilliard School as an opera singer, soon after graduating she debuted in the 1981-1982 off-Broadway production, ''How It All Began''. From there, she played "Miss Forsythe" on Broadway in ''Death of a Salesman'' in 1984, and took the same role in the film version of 1985.
Her biggest break came when in 1986 she was cast as the female lead in the Australian/American film ''Crocodile Dundee'' opposite Paul Hogan. After being a controversial figure for the implied nude bondage of ''Favorite Son'' (made for TV) in 1988, the next year she revisited her starring role with Hogan in ''Crocodile Dundee II''. Since that time she has appeared in ''Almost An Angel'' in 1990 and ''Village of the Damned'' in 1995, and starred yet again with Hogan in ''Crocodile Dundee in Los Angeles'' (2001).
She married Hogan in 1990 and has a child with him named Chance. (Hogan also has five children from a previous marriage.)