Lou Ferrigno was allowed to relive his days as the original Incredible Hulk while celebrating his 67th birthday.
The American actor marked the occasion while attending the launch of the event For The Love of 80s Comic Con in Edinburgh on Friday.
He rubbed shoulders with a number of superhero greats for the beloved shows of that time, including Flash Gordan's Sam Jones and former Doctor Who Sylvester McCoy, while he was treated to a hulk-inspired birthday cake.
Shoot from the past! Lou Ferrigno was allowed to relive his days as the original Incredible Hulk while celebrating his 67th birthday with a large number of Comic Con-greats on Friday
Lou could not hide his delight when he got the animated birthday cake, which first saw the famous green color of the hulk through a wall.
As he clung to the edible gift, the star flashed with a huge smile as he shoved his shoulders with a bunch of 80 legends to the star-studded bash held in Scotland.
Although he looked less green, Lou undoubtedly did his past as the beloved miracle character – now brought to life in the Avengers films by Mark Ruffalo.
The original Hulk: The American actor marked the occasion while attending the launch of the event For The Love or 80s Comic Con in Edinburgh on Friday
Memories back: Lou could not hide his delight when he got the animated birthday cake, which first saw the famous green prime of the hulk through a wall
Together again: Lou joined a large number of stars in beloved sci-fi shows in the 1980s (depicted above LR Zach Galligan, Sam J Jones, Herbert Jefferson jr, Sylvester McCoy, Lou Ferrigno, Gil Gerard, Ray Parker Jr. )
In his hey dey! The star looked much less green than it did in its prime as The Hulk in 1977
Lou was first known as the original Incredible Hulk in the CBS television series aired in 1977. He remained the character until 1981 and has since played in many films based on the Hulk, both in person and as the voice of the character.
The reunion of the Pumping Iron star with its co-years' 80 stars will certainly give the fans of the era a serious sense of nostalgia.
Participating in Lou's party was Sam Jones, who played Flash Gordon in 1980, Gil Gerard best known for his role as Captain Buck Rogers and Sylvester McCoy.
Reminiscing? The acting talents seemed to share a joke when they picked up Lou's birthday in Scotland
Having a ball: Lou was deeply in conversation with Gil Gerard (best known for playing Captain Buck Rogers) and Battlestar Galactica star Jack Stauffer
Make a wish! Ferrigno posed with his hulk-inspired cake next to his famous faces
Sharing is caring! He seemed to be walking around the masterpiece, so that they could all look closer
McCoy played the seventh incarnation of the Doctor in the long-running TV series Doctor Who – now with Jodie Whittaker at the helm – and was the last Doctor of the original run that ended in 1989.
Gremlin's star Zach Galligan also appeared for the occasion, alongside Ray Parker Jr – who is best known for writing and performing the theme song of the Ghostbusters film from 1984.
When he spoke to Red Carpet News TV last year at an MCM Comic Con event, Lou unveiled his connection with the Hulk and why he had been desperate to tackle the green monster and portray him on the screen.
He explained: "We all have a bit of hope in us, we all want to break windows, we all want to throw people around when we get angry, destroy cars … we all want to express how we really feel and the Hulk does it for us.
You know you're in a taxi and you get stuck in traffic, you're frustrated and just want to scream and chase the cars out or want to destroy things because you're angry – power too.
& # 39; We all have this connection with power. That powerful thing in us, that is how we connect with the Hulk. The Hulk expresses all that fear, that emotion, the demon.
I fantasized when I was little, those were the things I wanted to do. You always want the chance to destroy everything on the set without paying for it – it's great, every time I do a scene, the crew collapses.
Now I understand, they would clap because I would express their anger. They would relate to it, when I hit walls on a set and broke glasses, jumped out of the helicopters – it was a great experience. & # 39;
Green suits you: Lou was first known as the Incredible Hulk in the CBS television series aired in 1977 and continued as a character until 1982, before he shined in three Hulk films
Previously: Gil Gerard best known for his role as Captain Buck Rogers in the TV series Buck Rogers in the 25th century
Is that you, Flash? Sam Jones played the role of Flash Gordon in the 1980 film
Remember him? Sylvester McCoy played the seventh incarnation of the Doctor in TV series Doctor Who and was the last Doctor in the original run of the show that ended in 1989
Claim to fame: Ray Parker Jr. is best known for writing and performing the theme song of the Ghostbusters film from 1984
After for his & # 39; whole life & # 39; Joined the Hulk, Lou insisted that no one could help him bring the character to life.
& # 39; I was the Hulk all my life. I read the Hulk strip all the time, for me it was a chance to escape, "he revealed. I fantasized about the Hulk – all other characters have a costume, the Hulk has muscles.
& # 39; For me, especially to get into bodybuilding, I wanted to be powerful, so powerful that I could defend myself.
& # 39; When I went to the audition, I knew that no one could play the Hulk better than I could because I know how the Hulk thinks and feels. & # 39;
The Hulk TV series aired on CBS and starred Ferrigno as the Hulk and Bill Bixby as his alter ego. David Bruce Banner. The franchise has since grown into a worldwide fan base.
Rise to fame: The Hulk TV series aired on CBS and played Ferrigno as the Hulk and Bill Bixby as his alter ego. David Bruce Banner