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Lou Ferrigno

Legendary bodybuilder and actor Lou Ferrigno, 65, figured out how to deal with intimidation at an early age. A childhood illness took most of his hearing, so he grew up in 1950s Brooklyn as the kid with the weird thingies in his ears who couldn’t talk right. “Oh, kids were cruel,” he says. “There was a lot of abuse.”

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