Larry Storch dead and obituary, American retired actor and comedian – cause of death

Rest In Peace Larry Storch (Lawrence Samuel Storch) January 8, 1923 – July 7, 2022 American Actor, and Comedian Best known for playing the role of Corporal Randolph Agarn on F Troop.

Lawrence Samuel Storch (January 8, 1923 – July 7, 2022) was an American retired actor and comedian best known for his comedy television roles, including for the animated series Dubs such as Mr. Whoopee in Tennessee Tuxedos and His Story, and his live performances. – Play as clumsy Corporal Randolph Agarn in F-Force.

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Storch was born in New York City and worked as a telephone operator by real estate agent Alfred Storch and his wife Sally Kupperman Storch. His parents were devout Jews. He attended DeWitt Clinton High School in the Bronx with Don Adams, who remains a lifelong friend. Because of the tough times during the Great Depression, Storch said he never graduated from high school and instead landed a $12-a-week stand-up job supporting bandleader Al Donahue in Sheepshead Bay band Shell.

During World War II he served in the US Navy and was Tony Curtis’s shipmate on the submarine tender USS Proteus (AS-19).

Stork was originally a stand-up comedy. This has resulted in cameos on dozens of TV shows, including Mannix, Car 54, Where Are You? Hennessy; Be Smart; Sergeant Bilko; Columbus; Chips; Neverland; McLeod; Emergency! The Flying Sisters; Pseudonyms Smith and Jones; Alfred Hitchcock Hour; The Girl; I Dreamed of Jenny; Gomer Pyle, USMC; Gilligan’s Island; The Doris Day Show; Seduction American Love; The Whole Family; and Kolchak: Nightcrawler.

He is best known for his role as the scheming Corporal Randolph Argarne on the sitcom F-Force (1965–1967), starring Forrest Tucker, Ken Berry, and Melody Patterson.

In 1975, Storch starred in the short-lived but popular Saturday morning children’s show The Ghost Busters alongside Bob Burns (in a gorilla costume) and Forrest Tucker. He also appeared in The Love Boat, was Al Bundy’s childhood hero in Married…with Kids (Al Bundy’s daughter Kelly attended Larry’s drama school)​​, and was the author of Car 54, Where Are You? semi-regular. He starred in the short-lived series The Queen and Me.