Larry Storch was born on January 8, 1923 in New York City.
Gifted as an impressionist Storch learn as a teen that his
acts paid off in vaudeville houses.
Playing a sub for an ailing Frank Morgan, was how Larry Storch
received his first break on radio with THE KRAFT MUSIC HALL.
In the summer of 1949 Larry Storch was hosting replacement on
the TV variety CAVALCADE OF STARS (1949) which led to his own
variety series THE LARRY STORCH SHOW (1953).
Larry Storch made a leap into legit acting with the musical
YOU NEVER KNOW (1955) and comedies THE TENDER TRAP (1956) and
WHO WAS THAT LADY I SAW YOU WITH? (1958).
Storch is a staunch New Yorker, that likes to play his sax
in Central Park, New York.
In 1951 Larry had his film, beginning with an unbilled bit
in the Universal costumer THE PRINCE WHO WAS A THIEF (1951).
During WWII, Larry Storch served on a submarine with Tony Curtis.
They became lifelong friends. Storch and Curtis have appeared
in 8 movies together.
In 2003, both Larry Storch and Tony Curtis were in the (theatrical)
musical version of SOME LIKE IT HOT that toured across the country.
Larry's biggest claim to fame would come via his role as Forrest
Tucker's beleaguered sidekick, Corporal Agarn, on the western
comedy F TROOP (1965).
Finding an animated lucrative outlet Larry Storch gave vocal
life to animation in four decades' worth of cartoons, including
the TENNESSEE TUXEDO, UNDERDOG, PINK PANTHER and SCOOBY-DOO
series. In 1961, Larry Storch also gave life to the voice of
Koko the Clown in the syndicated cartoon show OUT OF THE INKWELL.
Larry Storch's other notable credit include...
BITTERSWEET PLACES (2005)
I DON'T BUY KISSES ANYMORE (1992)
MEDIUM RARE (1987)
RECORD CITY (1978)
JOURNEY BACK TO OZ (1974)
OLIVER TWIST (1974)
TREASURE ISLAND (1973)
THE GREAT BANK ROBBERY (1969)
SEX AND THE SINGLE GIRL (1964)
WHO WAS THAT LADY? (1960)
GUN FEVER (1958)
Storch in SEX AND THE SINGLE GIRL (1964)
Larry Storch in THE
Larry Storch in F TROOP (1965 - 67 TV series)
Larry Storch in THE GREAT BANK ROBBERY (1969)