Origin of hoganNavajo hooghan, house
the traditional dwelling of the Navajo Indians, built of earth walls supported by timbers
(born William Benjamin Hogan) 1912-97; U.S. golfer
A one-room Navajo structure traditionally built with the entrance facing east, used as a dwelling or for ceremonial purposes. Early hogans were made of earth-covered poles, with later models often built of logs, stones, and other materials.
Origin of hoganNavajo hooghan
From Navajo hooghan (“dwelling, house”).
- While Bateman's star faded some following The Hogan Family, he still managed to land starring roles on television series: Simon (1995), Chicago Sons (1996), George & Leo (1997, opposite Bob Newhart) and Some of My Best Friends (2001).
- VH1 is planning on taping a new reality show based around Brooke's first year in college called Brooke Hogan Knows Best (creative right?), but Brooke's first choice in Florida universities are saying "not on my campus."
- Although Hogan still has to complete 500 hours of community service, serve five years of probation and has a suspended driver's license for three years, he was released two and a half months early for good behavior.
- As anyone watching Hogan Knows Best can tell you, finding a record deal and producer was an uphill battle for Brooke, until she hit pay dirt when famed producer Scott Storch caught one of her live performances.
- As of the time of writing, there are no plans for future series of Hogan Knows Best, but Brooke Hogan Knows Best debuted on VH1 in 2008, and there are rumors of Nick Hogan planning his own reality show.