The autobiography of Crocodile Dundee star Paul Hogan makes it to the UK next month – more details right here.

I can’t help thinking that Paul Hogan has missed a trick in the titling of his autobiography. He’s gone with the name The Tap-Dancing Knife Thrower: My Life (Without The Boring Bits). Think of all the Crocodile Dundee puns he could have gone with. Tsk.

Anyway: Hogan, who came up with, co-wrote and starred in the Crocodile Dundee movies has penned his memoir, and it’s due out next month. The title refers to his debut on Small Faces in Australia back in 1971, and the book will tell the story of his life and career from there.

It’s due on sale from 29th October, and thus far is only up for order on Kindle in the UK. You can find more information on it right here.

The synopsis explained “The Tap Dancing Knife Thrower is a funny and candid account of the astonishing life of ‘one lucky bastard’, as Hoges describes himself. Full of countless stories never previously shared and told in the comedian’s inimitable, funny and self-deprecating style, The Tap Dancing Knife Thrower is Paul Hogan’s story told his way — ‘without the boring bits’”.

And we’ll leave you with the book cover…

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