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Issue Details: First known date: 2010... 2010 Paul Hogan
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  • Epigraph:
    What set me apart was that at a time when half the people on Australian TV were speaking this ridiculous Oxford English accent that they don't even speak in England - and the other half were copying a kind of Californian-American accent - I was talking like the blokes down at the pub. Like an Australian. Simple - but, believe it or not, everyone thought it was bloody amazing.
    - Paul Hogan about his rise to fame.
  • Australian of the Year 1985

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    y separately published work icon Australians of the Year : Celebrating 50 Years of Remarkable Achievement Wendy Lewis (editor), Sydney : Murdoch Books , 2010 Z1748805 2010 anthology biography 'This book celebrates this milestone 50th anniversary by taking a close up look at the lives of each recipient and revealing talented and admirable role models Australia can be proud of. Among a fascinating collection of scientists, sportspeople, entertainers, doctors, leaders, soldiers and environmentalists you will meet opera diva Dame Joan Sutherland, war hero Sir Ernest Edward Weary' Dunlop and outstanding athlete Catherine Freeman.' Source: Libraries Australia. (Sighted 09/12/2010). Sydney : Murdoch Books , 2010 pg. 171-175
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