At the age of 21, Lou Ferrigno became the youngest winner of the Mr. Universe title in its history. At the age of 22, he won it again and cemented his name in pop culture lore as the only person to ever win consecutive titles. With his bodybuilding pedigree as a foundation, Lou launched himself into stardom when he earned the role of the title character in the hit television show The Incredible Hulk– and he has been a larger-than-life personality in Hollywood and beyond ever since. Lou Ferrigno has become synonymous with health, strength and entertainment and has forged an ‘Incredible’ career that has involved numerous appearances on the late-night talk shows, major news programs and a variety of films. He has parlayed his talents into performing voiceover work for animated shows on The Cartoon Network and was a noted recurring guest star on the hit CBS show King of Queens. In 2012, Lou battled it out against a host of other illustrious contestants on The Celebrity Apprentice with (now President of the United States) Donald Trump. In 2015, he was cast as Iron John, in the low budget mockbuster Avengers Grimm.
Lou has collaborated on providing the voice of The Hulk in several of the MCU films, including The Avengers (2012), its sequel, The Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015), and Thor: Ragnarok (2017).