'Crocodile Dundee' Stars' Marriage Took A Dark Turn
By Jason Perry
Children of the '80s and '90s will undoubtedly recall Linda Kozlowski's famous onscreen appearances, most notably as the heroine in 'Crocodile Dundee'. Strangely enough, her promising career stopped dead; she hasn't done a thing in decades. Recently, Linda revealed what happened to her blossoming career after being pestered by reporters — though they had to track her down first.
How well do you remember Linda Kozlowski? Maybe the name or face rings a bell, though she hasn't worked in years. But though she had some hit movies under her belt, her career as an actress almost never got off the ground.
Born in 1958, she always dreamed of becoming a celebrated performer. She acted in local productions across her home state of Connecticut, and these earlier gigs earned Linda the opportunity to learn from the very best.
In the late 1970s, Linda found out she'd been accepted to Juilliard. Immersed in arguably the greatest performing arts school in the world, she soon emerged as one of the most talented students. It wasn't long before job offers came knocking.
Death of a Salesman
Following a handful of roles in smaller New York plays, Linda hit the big time. She made her Broadway debut in the classic Death of a Salesman as the flirtatious and beautiful Miss Forsythe. That wouldn't be her last foray with the character either.