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Ric Drasin

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12, 1944
Bakersfield, CA
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12, 1944 (age 75)
Bakersfield, CA


Bodybuilder, personal trainer, stuntman, and former professional wrestler who went under the stage name The Equalizer. He is known for his developments in the field of muscle memory; he also runs the Ric's Corner YouTube channel, which includes interviews with celebrity guests. He played Demi Hulk on the Incredible Hulk TV series.

Before Fame

He first began showing an interest in fitness and bodybuilding in junior high school. He would later go on to teach classes in nutrition and exercise at the Bakersfield YMCA. He went on to make his wrestling debut in 1965 but later retired in 2001. 


He is known for designing the iconic logos for both Golds Gym and World Gym. He was a member of the band The Epics who were signed to Capitol Records. 

Family Life

He was born and raised in Bakersfield, California. His parents owned and operated a children's furniture and clothing store. He also has a sister named Stephanie. 

Associated With

He played the character George in the 1972 horror film Ben alongside Lee Montgomery and Meredith Baxter. He also trained with renowned bodybuilder Arnold Schwarzenegger for four years.