Perhaps Paul Hogan will mark his divorce by throwing a few more shrimp on the barbie.
A California judge has finalized Hogan's divorce from wife Linda Kozlowski and the assets have been divvied up.
Per the settlement, Hogan, 74, retains the rights to the character "Crocodile Dundee," the role that made him famous, as well as ownership of the film company that produced the huge original film (1986) and its two sequels, Crocodile Dundee II (1988) and Crocodile Dundee in Los Angeles (2001).
He also retains ownership of their house in Venice, California, along with his 2010 Jeep Liberty, his personal jewelry, and his pension plans. Paul's current worth is estimated at $20 million, although the divorce settlement states that neither party currently has any earnings of consequence.
However, Linda, 56, gets nearly $5.8 million dollars and is allowed to continue living in the Venice house until 2018 or until she remarries, whichever comes first. She also has the option to buy the house at its purchase price of $1.59 million. She also gets to keep her personal jewelry, artwork, and her 2013 Mini Cooper.
The resolution means Hogan could relaunch his Crocodile Dundee character, an idea he's toyed with in the past.
The ex-couple will share joint custody of their son Chance, 15. Although neither party will pay child support, Paul will be responsible for paying his school tuition and medical expenses.
Hogan and Kozlowski met when she portrayed his love interest, Sue Charlton, in the first Dundee film. She reprised her character alongside him in both sequels. They've been married since 1990.
She filed for divorce in October, citing "irreconcilable differences." Speculation about relationship turmoil first surfaced in September when they sold their Malibu mansion to Avengers star Chris Hemsworth.
This is Paul's third divorce. He divorced his first wife, Noelene Edwards, twice — the second one coming after Hogan allegedly cheated with Kozlowski.