The series, which ran for 60 episodes between 19, was popular in his native country and South Africa, and showcased his trademark lighthearted but laddish ocker humour.
Hogan won the 1973 TV Week Logie Award for 'Best New Talent'.
An advertisement with the phrase "shrimp on the barbie" which aired from 1984, was particularly successful.
In 1985, Hogan starred as an Australian World War I 'digger' named Pat Cleary in the critically acclaimed mini-series Anzacs which aired on the Nine Network.
You join the Casual Romance Club in order to meet other people and perhaps find love.
There are twelve girls you can approach, each one possessing her own unique beauty and personality.
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.
These ads always ended with the catchphrase "Anyhow, have a Winfield".
During the early 1980s, Hogan filmed a series of television ads promoting the Australian tourism industry, which aired in the United States.
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