Paul Hogan Net Worth

How much is Paul Hogan worth?

Net Worth:$20 Million
Date of Birth:October 8, 1939 (82 years old)
Gender:Male
Height:1.75 m, 5 ft 8 in
Profession:Actor, Comedian, Film Producer, Screenwriter
Nationality:Australia
Paul Hogan Net Worth:
$20 Million

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Actor Paul Hogan has a networth that has to be considered impressive.

Paul Hogan net worth: Paul Hogan is an Australian actor and comedian who has a net worth of $20 million. Hogan is most famous for appearing in the 1986 movie Crocodile Dundee and its subsequent sequels. Hogan’s net worth peaked at north of $75 million, but unfortunately has declined significantly in recent years after an ugly divorce and a lengthy battle with the Australian Taxation Office which we detail later in this article.

Who would have thought Paul Hogan had such an impressive net worth?

Early Life and Career: Paul Hogan was born in Sydney, Australia on October 8th, 1939. In an attempt to appear more interesting, he has at times claimed to have been born in the small outback town of Lightning Ridge, Australia. He grew up in Sydney and began working as a rigger on the Sydney Harbor Bridge as a teenager. He has remained private about many of the details related to his career prior to entering showbusiness. His first appearance on Australian television came in 1971 with the talent show “New Faces,” which preceded the popular English show of the same name. He had observed that the crux of the show’s success did not come from the contestants’ talents or performances, but instead came from the judges ridiculing and making fun of the contestants. With this in mind, he decided that he would turn the tables and ridicule them. Under the pretense of being a tap-dancing knife-thrower, Hogan was invited on the show and made a series of jokes about the judges. Despite him only doing a little dance and throwing the knives to the floor to conclude his performance, the crowd enjoyed his unexpected, novel performance, and he was invited back to perform again. His unique routines and comedic talent caught the eye of Mike Willesee, the host of the Australian news magazine program “A Current Affair.” Willesee asked Hogan if he would be interested in doing short comedic segments on his show, and he agreed. He subsequently befriended the show’s producer John Cornell who later became his manager and business partner.

Inspirational Quotes by Paul Hogan

I’m not an aspiring young actor; I’m a storyteller who made it late in life, and I’m therefore an inspiration to everyone who thinks that, at 23, if you’re not in the Backstreet Boys, then you’re never gonna make it.

Paul Hogan

Crocodile Dundee’ is about people; it’s 10 seconds about crocodiles.

Paul Hogan

It’s got more cosmopolitan, and it’s lost its uniqueness, but Australia is still a great place.

Paul Hogan

I don’t like rehearsing.

Paul Hogan

I’m the only person who’s ever opened the Oscars or done a spot on the Oscars without a script and having it on autocue.

Paul Hogan