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Mylee Hogan, a journalist for Channel Seven in Queensland, took to Twitter to address the incorrect story about her grandmother, Hogan’s ex-wife Noelene.
Throughout the decade, he appeared on British TV in advertisements for Foster's Lager, in which he played an earthy Australian abroad in London.
The character's most notable line (spoken incredulously at a ballet performance) "Struth, there's a bloke down there with no strides on!
The early series was on Channel Seven and by 1975, it was screened on Channel Nine where it remained until the end of 1984.
In the 1970s, he advertised Winfield cigarettes in television, print and billboard advertisements in which he wore a formal dinner suit.
Strong positive response from the viewing public saw Hogan invited back for repeated performances on New Faces; in another of these, he proposed to "play the shovels", which consisted of making a series of jokes before banging two shovels together a few times.
Hogan's natural ability as a comedic performer attracted the attention of Mike Willesee, host of Nine's news magazine program A Current Affair.
The short article ran with the headline, The article identified the man as her second husband, Reg Stretton, when in fact it was one of her sons.
According to Mylee, Reg died “many” years ago.“Despite the fact this is wrong, it’s disrespectful,” wrote Mylee, who is the daughter of Hogan’s son Todd, in a post to her Twitter followers.“Reg has been dead for many years.
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