Lou Ferrigno Jr. attributes his love of acting to his father, who raised him while on the set as the original The Incredible Hulk (1977-1982). Now an actor as well, Ferrigno Jr. stars in CBS' S.W.A.T. and the new film Dreamcatcher.
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"It's a high octane suspense thriller loaded perfectly in the world of EDM, so there's a lot of great music, lot of great performances and a lot of blood-curdling screams," Ferrigno Jr. said.
Ferrigno Jr. plans an EDM fanatic who gets tangled in a series of murders, but couldn't give too much away as to what happens in the film.
"He basically gets into a tight spot with the killer. It's just, it's fun."
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If the name sounds familiar, you may recognize Ferrigno Jr.'s father, Lou Ferrigno Sr., as The Incredible Hulk in the 1970's NBC series.
"It's nice when I have older actors or people that I've admired from different generations come up and tell me stories and lead me in on things about my father, but when I'm now doing it as an adult, I mean it's what I was born to do. I felt at home the first time I booked a job on set, because I was always there for my father," Ferrigno Jr. said.
Catch Ferrigno Jr. in the new thriller, Dreamcatcher, available on VOD Friday, March 5th. You can also catch S.W.A.T. every Wednesday on CBS.
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