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Selected list of Ric Drasin film and TV show credits.

Acting Credits


2012
Himself - The Equalizer

2008
Supporting

2002
The Shield (2002) (TV Show)
Pipe

2001
Mach 2 (2001)
Terrorist

1994
Flashfire (1994)
Kraus von Zeck

1994
LaFleur's Henchman

1993
Supporting

1979
Near Man

1978
Sextette (1978)
Weight-lifter

1978
The Incredible Hulk (1978) (TV Show)
Half-Transformed Hulk

1977
Supporting

1976
Charlie's Angels (1976) (TV Show)
Chuck Wilde

1972
Ben (1972)
George

Stunts Credits


2000
Critical Mass (2000)
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2000
Submerged (2000)
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Self


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Ric Drasin (born July 12, 1944) is an American artist, actor, Internet talk show host, director, producer, and writer. He is also a personal trainer, stuntman, former bodybuilder, and retired professional wrestler. Drasin designed both the original Gold's Gym logo— a cartoon sketch of a bald weightlifter—and the World Gym gorilla logo. Arnold Schwarzenegger was Drasin's weight training partner for four years at the original Gold's Gym in Venice, California. Drasin wrestled professionally for 36 years (1965–2001) while also winning titles in amateur bodybuilding contests during his younger years. Drasin retired from the ring at age 57, but still remains active as a professional wrestling instructor. He is also a Specialist Reserve Officer with the Los Angeles Police Department and a spokesperson for Gold's Gym International. In 2012, Drasin received the first Joe Gold Lifetime Achievement Award.

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