It's funny how sometimes the most serious intentions lead to comic endings. When she was a student at New York's Juilliard School for the Performing Arts, the young and blonde Linda Kozlowski never could have imagined that the zenith of her artistic pursuits would be as straight man to a slapstick Aussie ham. Though she started highbrow in a made-for-TV Death of a Salesman (1985), Linda quickly took the low road to high dollars, hitting the jackpot as leggy, cheek-flashing reporter Sue Charlton in Crocodile Dundee (1986). The lovely Linda played opposite Paul Hogan in the film, and their on-screen chemistry led to a real life relationship. You wouldn't expect to see Connecticut girl in the land down under, but we love what Australia brings out of this curvaceous blonde. Dundee is worth seeing again for a thong effect achieved by Linda's leotard creeping up her butt crack when the Juilliard grad squats and pulls down her pants. Linda was nominated for a Golden Globe in the Best Supporting Actress category for her performance, and she went on to reprise the role twice: first in Crocodile Dundee II (1988), which received poor reviews, and later in Crocodile Dundee in Los Angeles (2001), which received even more biting criticism. We have nothing but positive feedback for Linda's other sexy skintastic work -- her full moon reappeared in Zorn (1994), a Swedish TV treat, and her small, serviceable breasts were seen in Backstreet Justice (1994). Hey, mate! We'd spread some Vegemite on that!