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Parade Magazine - October 01, 2015
Hugh Jackman has stopped in Los Angeles on his way to visit family and friends in his native Australia... Read More 
New York Times - November 05, 2014
Wolverine seems ageless, but Hugh Jackman is definitely aging. Mr. Jackman, who turned 46 last month, gets tired more easily than he used to - or so he said after giving a fuzzy answer during a recent interview... Read More 
Vulture - September 01, 2014
To the world, he's Wolverine; to New Yorkers, he may always be the singing, dancing, blindingly high-wattage musical star of The Boy From Oz and his one-man show Back on Broadway. This fall, though, he's in a lower-key theater role, playing a character known simply as the Man in The River... Read More 
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Town & Country Magazine - October 2013
From a mutant hermit to a song-and-dance man, Hugh Jackman can nail any role. As a husband, father, and philanthropist, he takes being a box-office superhero to another level... Read More 
Good HouseKeeping - August 2013
Abandoned by his mom. Stalked by a fan. Plagued by gossip. Here, Hugh Jackman shares how he found his Zen place and how he keeps his marriage so sacred (and sexy!)... Read More 
GQ Australia - August 2013
Things could have been very different. It's October 2007 and Hugh Jackman's hair rides high above amber aviators and a grey, mercerised suit. There's a helicopter, sequined showgirls and an unnecessary number of high fives... Read More 
Men's Fitness - July 2013
'The Wolverine' star talks to Men's Fitness about his journey from a skinny 170-pound 23-year-old to a Hollywood A-lister... Read More 
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Hollywood Reporter - February 13, 2013
In THR's cover story, the first-time Oscar nominee defends the "caring and thoughtful" Rupert Murdoch, says Tony Robbins suggested he name the dueling sides of his personality -- "Frank was the more confident, and Charles was the other" -- and opens up about the emotional scars he suffered as a child... Read More 
The Philippine Star - January 13, 2013
For Jean Valjean, the character he's playing in Les Miserables, Hugh Jackman went on a near-starving diet and did rigorous workout, not drinking a drop of water 30 hours before the shoot of his soliloquy scene, thus looking so dehydrated that even his wife and good friend Barbra Streisand didn't recognize him when they watched the movie... Read More 
Parade - December 23, 2012
Hugh Jackman on tackling his epic role in Les Miserables, what he has to give up to look like Wolverine, and why he's thankful this holiday season... Read More - November 10, 2012
For a self-confessed Type A personality for whom inertia is an aversion, Deborra-lee Furness has embarked on a personal challenge with her superstar husband, Hugh Jackman, that can only be described as, well, entirely out of character... Read More 
Parade - June 14, 2012
Hugh Jackman has won fans worldwide for his portrayal of Wolverine in the X-Men series, but when asked about his most important role to date, it's that of father to son Maximillian, 12, and daughter Eva, 6... Read More 
Men's Fitness - October 2011
Cover, Men's Fitness Magazine - Oct 2011
It's mid-morning in a Brooklyn restaurant overlooking the East River, and I'm waiting for Hugh Jackman. Leading up to our interview, I had read articles, watched interviews, and spoken with former co-stars about the actor-singer-dancer-do-it-all and learned that, in an industry replete with jerks, Jackman gives Tom Hanks a run for his money as Hollywood's most likable leading man... Read More 
Daily Telegraph - September 4, 2011
Hollywood tough-guy Hugh Jackman reveals how heartbreak was finally cancelled out by the joys of fatherhood... Read More 
Daily Record - July 16, 2011
HE IS the ultimate all-round leading man for the 21st century. But even though most fans know him as the all-action hunk in films such as Wolverine or the song and dance man on the Broadway stage, Hugh Jackman said his wife thinks he is only good for one thing - her bed... Read More 
San Francisco Chronicle - May 1, 2011
Hugh Jackman remembers his earliest encounter with musical theater. He was 5 years old, playing King Arthur in "Camelot," and the crown kept slipping down his head and over his nose... Read More 
L.A. Times - February 1, 2011
Hugh Jackman got on the phone Monday to talk to our Geoff Boucher about his upcoming projects. Here's what he had to say about his return to the metal-clawed mutant persona that has been the signature role of his Hollywood career... Read More 
GQ - November 2010
He's the too-good-to-be-true, nicer-than-nice Aussie superstar who conquered Hollywood, Broadway and female hearts across the globe. But Hugh Jackman's efforts to eradicate world poverty, and the spiritual journey that shades it, may well put his big-screen heroics to shame... Read More 
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New York Magazine - September 21, 2009
In celebration of Climate Week, kicking off in New York today, Vulture hero Hugh Jackman took time away from his grueling rehearsal schedule for Broadway's 'A Steady Rain' to speak at a U.N. press conference on green living
... Read More - September 16, 2009
Actor and World Vision Ambassador Hugh Jackman has joined forces with The Climate Group, Mayor Bloomberg, and UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon to support Climate Week NYC, a week-long series of events being held throughout New York City from September 20-26 that will address the urgent need for action on climate change... Read More 
New York Times - September 13, 2009
To paraphrase a line from the movie "Stand by Me," could James Bond beat up Wolverine? Or would the "X-Men" mutant's metal claws dice 007's Brioni suits faster than he could say "shaken, not stirred"?... Read More - June 19, 2009
Aussie hunk Hugh Jackman may make a living tearing things to shreds on the big screen, but on the domestic front it's an entirely different matter. When he's not making hearts flutter in the nation's cineplexes, Jackman can usually be found spending quality time with his two children, 8-year-old son Oscar Maximillian and four-year-old daughter Ava Eliot, whom he adopted with wife Deborra-Lee Furness... Read More - May 19, 2009
Hugh Jackman is having a hell of a year. In the autumn he was declared 'People Magazine's Sexiest Man Alive'. In February he hosted the Oscars. And this week he has the lead in 'X-Men Origins: Wolverine', the film that officially kicks off the summer blockbuster season. We spoke with him recently about Wolverine, his workout routine, musical theatre and birth order psychology... Read More - May 2, 2009
Australian actor Hugh Jackman has been on a whirlwind publicity tour for his blockbuster movie "X-Men Origins: Wolverine," an "X-Men" spinoff/prequel that tells the back story of his Wolverine character, a half-man, half-wolf mutant with superhero powers... Read More 
Dark Horizons - April 28, 2009
Ten years ago when we first met, Hugh Jackman was barely known. How the mighty have risen. Yet, as anyone who knows the laconic Aussie actor, also knows that you see is what you get. The actor has not changed despite his extraordinary success... Read More 
Parade Cover April 26, 2009
Parade Magazine - April 26, 2009
"To get down to the quick of it, respect motivates me, not success," says Hugh Jackman when we meet for a late lunch in Beverly Hills. Bronzed and brawny, the 40-year-old Australian wears a blue polo shirt that fits him as comfortably as his ready smile... Read More - April 22, 2009
Hugh Jackman has truly made his mark on Hollywood history, with his hand and footprints recorded in cement today... Read More 
The Sun - April 17, 2009
X-MEN star Hugh Jackman lived up to his action-man reputation yesterday by abseiling off The Sun's HQ in aid of Help for Heroes... Read More - April 17, 2009
While many celebrities are using Twitter to build their fanbase, Hugh Jackman has decided to redeem the technology by using it for charity. During an interview on Ryan Seacrest's radio show, the "X-Men Origins: Wolverine" stud revealed that he would give $100,000 to the person who Twittered him with the best charity idea... Read More 
Cover Mail on Sunday Supplement - April 5, 2009
Given the choice, what would be your superpower? As star of new comic-book movie spin-off Wolverine, Hugh Jackman went for lupine claws, an unassailable exo-skeleton... and a wolfish grin (or was that just left over from his recent gig with Nicole Kidman)... Read More 
People Magazine - February 21, 2009
"It's been hilarious," says the 40-year-old actor, who just last month wrapped X-Men Origins: Wolverine. "I don't know if the other billion people who watch it will find it funny but I'm finding it hysterical right now. I'm having the time of my life"... Read More 
CBS News - February 13, 2009
Hugh Jackman says he knows the Oscars ceremony isn't about him, but he'd better enjoy it all the same. "Celebration is the key. I'm certainly going to have a good time. If I'm not going to have a good time, how the hell is anybody else?"... Read More 
Entertainment Weekly - January 28, 2009
He never would have admitted it back then, but after hosting the Tony Awards from 2003 to '05, Hugh Jackman secretly hoped that someday, maybe, he'd be tapped to emcee an even grander event: the Oscars. ''In my wildest dreams, I didn't think it would be for another decade in the best scenario,'' says the 40-year-old actor, who actually won an Emmy for his 2004 Tony gig. Then, last month, when Jackman was in England promoting Australia, the phone rang in the middle of the night... Read More 
Ain't It Cool News - January 17, 2009
Hey folks, Harry here... Apparently Hugh tried to send this to me yesterday. I never received his email. Today, a concerned fairy godmother connected loosely between myself and the man-god Hugh Jackman, tells me that apparently I'm ignoring an email from Hugh Jackman... Read More - December 18, 2008
If playing a gay entertainer on Broadway led Hollywood to question Jackman's leading man credentials, his performance as a red-blooded cowboy in Australia has settled the argument... Read More 
The Evening Herald - December 11, 2008
Hugh Jackman has always relied on the kindness of strangers. And the instability and fragility of other actors. If it wasn't for Dougray Scott doing himself an injury, Jackman wouldn't have landed his breakthrough role as Wolverine in the lucrative comic book franchise X-Men... Read More 
Playboy Magazine - December 2008
At a time when Hollywood is trying to broaden the list of stars who can open big-budget films, 20th Century Fox is betting heavily on Hugh Jackman. He stars alongside Nicole Kidman in Australia, a Baz Luhrmann directed film that is not only the biggest movie ever shot in Jackman's native country but also the most ambitious period romance since Titanic... Read More 
People Magazine Cover, Sexiest Man Alive
People Magazine - November 19, 2008
He's a triple threat: a star who can sing, dance and wield a weapon. At 6 ft. 2 in., all scruff and biceps, Hugh Jackman looms large in the epic Australia, which he says kept him "dirty 95 percent of the time" and left people stammering... Read More 
University of Technology Sydney - May 30, 2008
Australian star of screen and stage Hugh Jackman received two prestigious awards from the University of Technology, Sydney at a gala dinner last night marking the University's 20th anniversary... Read More - January 5, 2006
It was all over the blogosphere last month when Punk'd hooligan Ashton Kutcher pulled the wool over X-Men star Hugh Jackman. With the new Punk'd season underway, I thought we'd take a look at what Hugh had to say about being bamboozeled... Read More - January 15, 2006
He's given away 100 copies of one book, restructured his production company because of another: The actor talks about the novels and memoirs that revved him up and pointed him toward his own path and passion... Read More 
Associated Press - May 11, 2004
Hey ladies (and guys who think he's hot): Wanna meet Hugh Jackman? It's easy, though it could be expensive and a little embarrassing... Read More 
USA Today - May 6, 2004
What breed of showbiz animal is this spectacularly studly specimen of Australian he-manhood known as Hugh Jackman?... Read More 
Cover Interview Magazine, May 2004
Interview Magazine - May 2004
David Furnish: This has been a pretty incredible year for you. You're seven months into your Broadway run of The Boy From Oz, a role for which you've been universally acclaimed, and you have a new film coming out this month called Van Helsing. Let's start by talking about the show. How's it going... Read More 
IGN Entertainment - April 29, 2003
Jackman discusses the return to X-Men, reactions of fans, X-Men merchandise, and what's up next for him on Broadway and in film, all while wearing those really cool claws. Okay, so he wasn't wearing the claws... Read More 
Urban Cinefile - March 7, 2002
After playing an 18th century Duke with impeccable manners in Kate & Leopold, Hugh Jackman is hoeing into the tuna to bulk up for his role as Wolverine in X-Man 2, he tells Jenny Cooney Carrillo, but the romance thing has rubbed off... Read More 
Urban Cinefile - July 12, 2001
He's called one the sexiest men alive (as per the magazine photo shoots) but Hugh Jackman still takes out the garbage, he tells Jenny Cooney Carrillo, even after co-starring with Ashley Judd, Meg Ryan and John Travolta... Read More 
Urban Cinefile - July 13, 2000
How does Hugh Jackman feel on the verge of international superstardom? Calm and perhaps a little naive. Or as they say in vaudeville, 'I'm living in Egypt, right next to Denial!' he tells Jenny Cooney Carrillo... Read More 
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