After her role in “Crocodile Dundee,” Linda Kozlowski gained international fame. Co-starring with Paul Hogan, the film marked a significant milestone in her career. However, after the “Dundee” series and a few other roles, Kozlowski gradually stepped away from the Hollywood spotlight.

Born on January 7, 1958, in Fairfield, Connecticut, Linda Kozlowski pursued acting by enrolling in the renowned theater program at the Juilliard School. After graduating in 1981, she began her career in off-Broadway productions, later moving on to minor roles on Broadway and television, including “Death of a Salesman” alongside Dustin Hoffman.

Linda’s journey to stardom wasn’t without challenges. After working as a waitress following her role in “Death of a Salesman,” she moved to California. During this time, her mentor Dustin Hoffman, and his wife offered her a place to stay at their Malibu beach house. It was from there that Linda auditioned for the role of Sue Charlton in “Crocodile Dundee,” a role she successfully landed thanks to Hoffman’s recommendation.

“Crocodile Dundee” was a huge success, grossing over $320 million on a $10 million budget, and Linda Kozlowski became a star almost overnight. Initially, her fame was more pronounced in Australia due to the film’s early release there.

Despite her newfound stardom, Linda felt she wasn’t getting the attention she deserved in Hollywood. She continued acting in the “Crocodile Dundee” sequels but turned down many roles that typecast her as a comic actor’s girlfriend. Eventually, Linda decided to step away from acting after the third “Dundee” film.

In her personal life, Linda found love with her co-star Paul Hogan during the “Crocodile Dundee” series. They married in 1990 and had a son named Chance in 1998, but their marriage ended in 2014.

After her divorce, Linda Kozlowski chose to live life on her own terms. She received a substantial settlement and shifted her focus to Morocco, where she met Moulay Hafid Baba, a native tour guide. Their connection led to a significant life change.

Together, Linda and Moulay Hafid Baba founded the luxury travel agency Dream My Destiny in Marrakech, creating bespoke travel itineraries for their clients. Linda’s life transitioned from Hollywood to the enchanting landscapes of Morocco.

While Linda Kozlowski may have left the acting world, her legacy as Sue Charlton in “Crocodile Dundee” endures. Now 63, she has embraced an adventurous and fulfilling life in Morocco, finding real life more rewarding than fiction.

She focuses on her travel industry role, where her intuition, honed during her acting career, helps create memorable experiences for others.