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'The Incredible Hulk' Actor To Become Sheriff's Deputy In New Mexico

(Photo by Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP, File)

Lou Ferrigno, the actor in the CBS television series “The Incredible Hulk,” is slated to become a sheriff's deputy in New Mexico.

Socorro County Sheriff William Armijo is scheduled to deputize Ferrigno next week at a special ceremony.

Officials say Ferrigno will bring decades of law enforcement experience to the department and he will be instrumental in recruiting for the department and the county.

The 68-year-old Ferrigno has served as a reserve sheriff’s deputy in Los Angeles County and he was a member of the volunteer sheriff posse in Arizona's Maricopa County.

Ferrigno played the Hulk in the 1970s television series.