Mentions in Popular Culture
- Jackman was chosen as People magazine's Sexiest Man Alive of 2008.
- In the ABC comedy-drama Scrubs, one of the more prominent running gags is Dr. Cox's (John C. McGinley) irrational hatred of Jackman.
- In the 7th season of Punk'd, Jackman was led to believe that he had accidentally blown up director Brett Ratner's house.
- On the Season 6, Episode 13 of Will & Grace, which aired on 10 February 2004, the character Jack McFarland (Sean Hayes), mentions he is going to see The Boy From Oz, because he can not wait to see Hugh Jackman. He later discusses wanting to sue Jackman for stealing some of his dance moves.
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