Larry Storch Biography
Birthday: January 8, 1923 (Capricorn)
Born In: New York, New York, United States
Larry Storch is an American actor, comedian, impressionist, and voice actor. He is one of the oldest living comedians of Jewish descent. Storch is best known for his comic roles and for his voice roles in animation series such as ‘Tennessee Tuxedo and His Tales.’ He attained fame as ‘Corporal Randolph Agarn’ in the satirical sitcom ‘F Troop.’ Storch was born into an ordinary family. Since his family was affected by the Great Depression, he could not complete his high-school graduation. Storch initially earned his livelihood by working as a stand-up comedian. This marked his entry into the field of entertainment. Soon after, he bagged guest roles in quite a few TV series, such as ‘Car 54, Where Are You?,’ ‘Columbo,’ and ‘The Doris Day Show.’ Storch also appeared on several variety shows, such as ‘Laugh-In’ and ‘The Ed Sullivan Show.’ Storch is a brilliant voice actor. He is a talented impressionist and can imitate almost any kind of voice. Storch has acted in films such as ‘40 Pounds of Trouble’ and ‘The Great Bank Robbery.’ He has done commendable work on stage, too. Storch has received several honors for his work. He presently leads a semi-retired life.