Lou Ferrigno is best known for his role in the CBS television series, 'The Incredible Hulk.' He reprised the character through his voice in several subsequent animated and computer-generated incarnations.
Lou has also appeared in fantasy-adventures, namely 'Sinbad of the Seven Seas,' and 'Hercules,' and as himself in the sitcom, 'The King of Queens' and the comedy film, 'I Love You, Man.'
He started out as body-builder and won an IFBB Mr. America title and two consecutive IFBB Mr. Universe titles. Around the mid-1970s, Ferrigno decided to try his hand at acting with starring roles in 'Arsenic and Old Lace' and 'Requiem for a Heavyweight,' and earned positive reviews for his performances.
His character in 'The Incredible Hulk' made him a household home and he would continue to play the character until the show closed in 1982. A little later, he appeared on the big-screen with 'Hercules,' but continued to reprise both roles in though the remainder of the decade.
He appeared opposite Adam West and Burt Ward in the 2002 feature, 'From Heaven to Hell.' He was reunited with former competitor Arnold Schwarzenegger in the 2002 documentary, 'Raw Iron: The Making of Pumping Iron.'
His last appearance was in the 2009 comedy, 'I Love You, Man.'