Lou Ferrigno vs Thor Bjorgolfsson

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Actor & Former Professional Bodybuilder
$6 Million
Net worth 2018
$2.09 Billion
Film & Theater Personalities
Industry
Diversified
Brooklyn, New York, U.S.
Residence
London, United Kingdom
United States
Country
Iceland
09/11/1951
BirthDay
19/03/1967
1.94 m
Height
Children
3
Brooklyn Technical High School
Education
Bachelor of Arts / Science, New York University
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TIMELINE
2013

After his appointment as a LA County’s reserve sheriff's deputy seven years earlier, he was sworn in as a special deputy to the Delaware County, Ohio, Sheriff's Department in 2013

2012

He competed in the NBC reality show, ‘The Celebrity Apprentice’, in 2012 to raise money for his charity, the Muscular Dystrophy Association

2009

He demonstrated and sold his company’s fitness equipment on Drew Carey’s show, ‘The Price Is Right’, in 2009, and in the following year appeared on the children’s show, ‘Sonny with a Chance’

2003

In 2003, Ang Lee’s superhero film, ‘Hulk’, he appeared in a cameo as a security guard

2000

Between 2000 and 2008, he and his wife appeared as themselves and neighbors of the chief characters Heffernans in the CBS sitcom, ‘The King of Queens’

1997

In 1997, he became the subject of a documentary, ‘Stand Tall’, on bodybuilding and dealt with his struggles due to his hearing disability

1992

He switched back to bodybuilding briefly, and starting 1992, made two successive attempts to win the coveted ‘Mr

1988

Between 1988 and 1990, he played the role of Hulk in three television films – ‘The Incredible Hulk Returns’, ‘The Trial of the Incredible Hulk’, and ‘The Death of the Incredible Hulk’

1983

He played the role of a paramedic by name, John Six, in ABC’s short-lived medical drama series, ‘Trauma Center’, in 1983

1978

In 1978, standing 6' 5" and weighing 285 lb, he was cast as Hulk in the CBS hit serial,’ The Incredible Hulk’, which ran for 5 seasons

1977

In 1977, by his own high standards, he fared badly in the first World’s Strongest Man competition, taking the fourth place which saw eight competitors

1974

Olympia’ title, awarded to the winner of the professional men's bodybuilding contest, was thwarted by Arnold Schwarzenegger in 1974 - he stood second that year and third the following year

1973

America’ title, a bodybuilding contest organized by the International Federation of Bodybuilders (IFBB) in 1973

1969

Athanasius Grammar School and Brooklyn Technical High School, where he trained in metal working, in 1969

1959

Lou Ferrigno was born on November 9, 1959 at Brroklyn, New York to Victoria and Matt Ferrigno, a police lieutenant