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Larry Storch

Larry Storch

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Born: January 8, 1923 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: New York City, New York, USA Profession: Cast ...
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1937:
Made stage debut as an impressionist at age 14 (date approximate)
1942:
Served as a US Navy seaman in World War II alongside Tony Curtis
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Was a writer for the popular radio program "Bing Crosby's Kraft Music Hall"; reportedly got his big break when his impression skills landed him a last minute opportunity to stand in for Frank Morgan
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Starred in the Off-Broadway revue "Curtain Going Up"
1952:
Hosted variety show, "Cavalcade of Stars" with Art Carney while Jackie Gleason vacationed
1953:
Hosted variety series, "The Larry Storch Show"
1956:
Starred with Joel Grey and Tammy Grimes in the Broadway production "The Littlest Revue"
1958:
Early film credits in "Gun Fever" and "The Last Blitzkrieg"
1960:
Acted in the film adaptation of "Who Was That Lady I Saw You With" entitled "Who Was That Lady" starring Dean Martin and Tony Curtis
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Voiced Koko the Clown on the syndicated animated series "Out of the Inkwell"
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Had a memorable recurring role on the New York-set sitcom "Car 54, Where Are You?", playing Charlie, a recovering alcoholic who becomes intoxicated by merely discussing his drinking days
1963:
Worked again with Curtis in the cute comedy "Forty Pounds of Trouble" and the war drama "Captain Newman, M.D."
1964:
Was featured in the romantic comedies "Sex and the Single Girl" and "Wild and Wonderful", both starring Tony Curtis
1965:
Sixth film with Curtis, "The Great Race"; first collaboration with Blake Edwards
1965:
Had memorable supporting roles in "Bus Reilly's Back in Town", "That Funny Feeling" and "A Very Special Favor"
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Cast in a regular role of Corporal Agarn on the ABC sitcom "F Troop"
1968:
Played a disk jockey in a episode of "Get Smart!", the spy sitcom starring longtime friend Don Adams
1969:
Starred on the short-lived sitcom "The Queen and I" as the likeably scheming purser of the cruise ship Amsterdam Queen
1969:
Had supporting roles in the Western spoof "The Great Bank Robbery" and the sci-fi satire "The Monitors"
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Contributed voice acting talents to NBC's animated series "The Pink Panther"
1974:
Featured in the ensemble of the oft-parodied disaster sequel "Airport 1975"
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Reteamed with "F Troop" co-star Forrest Tucker in "The Ghost Busters" a CBS children-aimed live-action series matching the two bumbling paranormal investigators with a gorilla
1977:
Paired again with Tucker in the TV-movie Western "The Incredible Rocky Mountain Race" (NBC)
1979:
Played Dauphin opposite Tucker's Duke in NBC's children's adventure presentation "The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn"
1980:
Lent his voice to the Rankin-Bass animated special "Jack Frost"
1981:
Featured in the Blake Edwards comedy "S.O.B."
1982:
Voiced a character in the Rankin-Bass animated feature "The Flight of the Dragons"
1983:
Was the only white actor in the international tour of "Porgy and Bess", that included a four month run at Radio City Music Hall
1986:
Third film with Blake Edwards, "A Fine Mess"
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Starred with famed sitcom moms Jean Stapleton and Marion Ross in a production of "Arsenic and Old Lace" that ran on Broadway (1986-1987) and completed a year-long US tour (1987-1988)
1990:
Featured in a production of "Oklahoma!" at Los Angeles' Dorothy Chandler Pavillion
1991:
Had a supporting role in the Off-Broadway comedy "Breaking Legs"; reprised role in 1993 West Coast production
1992:
Acted in the romantic comedy "I Don't Buy Kisses Anymore"
1994:
Featured in the spoof "The Silence of the Hams"
1995:
As himself, guest starred as Kelly's acting teacher in an episode of "Married... With Children"
1999:
Joined the cast of the Off-Broadway comedy "Things You Shouldn't Say Past Midnight"
2000:
Played Chief Sitting Bull in the successful touring production of "Annie Get Your Gun"

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