"Crocodile Dundee" Couple to Divorce

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    Maybe she's going on walkabout.

    The wife of "Crocodile Dundee" star Paul Hogan, Linda Hogan, has filed for divorce citing irreconcilable differences in seeking to end their 23-year union.

    According to documents obtained by TMZ, the split is said to be amicable.

    Linda is seeking joint legal and physical custody of their 15-year-old son, Chance, as well as spousal support. She also plans to change back to her maiden name, Linda Kozlowski.

    The couple--who met and fell in love after costarring in the 1986 hit comedy--will now have to go about divvying up their marital assets after selling their Malibu mansion last month to fellow Aussie Chris Hemsworth.

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    Paul is reportedly worth $20 million, much of that from his success on the big screen in the "Crocodile Dundee" films as well as his four-decade career in Australia starring on his own sketch comedy series, "The Paul Hogan Show," and appearing in numerous TV ads like the popular spots he did for Foster's Lager and Subaru Outback.

    This will be Hogan's third divorce. The funnyman was previously married twice to his first wife, Noelene Edwards, from 1958 until 1981 and then again from 1982 to 1986.

    After five children together, the pair finally split for good and their ugly divorce was chronicled by the Australian press. Hogan then tied the knot with Kozlowski, but unlike the movie which brought them together, unfortunately there's no happily ever after.

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