Linda Kozlowski, wife of 'Crocodile Dundee' Paul Hogan, made an appearance on G'Day USA Black Tie Gala in Los Angeles on Jan. 14. The two attended the event where Hogan was presented with an award. The couple met in 1986 on the set of the hit movie. Hogan, 73, had left his then-wife Noelene Edwards to be with Kozlowski, 54, and the pair have been together since. Despite the 19-year difference, the couple has been happily married for 23 years and the power-couple continue to go strong.
Kozlowski was reportedly wearing a beautiful floor-length black gown to the gala, where Hogan received the Australian Icon Award, presented by fellow Australian actor Hugh Jackman.
News agencies commented that Kozlowski was looking like a new person, with the Daily Telegraph adding that Kozlowski had a "look that suggests the actress may have gone under the knife."
Kozlowski still appeared to be very youthful and hasn't changed since she last acted in the third Crocodile Dundee film in 2001.
Hogan was married to Noelene Edwards between 1958 to 1981. They then remarried a year later, before ending it in 1986, the year he met Kozlowski. Kozlowski has also been married once before her marriage to Hogan.
Kozlowski and Hogan married on May 5, 1990. They have one child, a boy named Chance.