Larry Storch


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Larry Storch

Larry Storch Death

Larry passed away on July 8, 2022 at the age of 99 in New York City, New York, USA. Larry's cause of death was complications of Alzheimer’s disease.

Larry Storch death quick facts:
  • When did Larry Storch die?

    July 8, 2022
  • How did Larry Storch die? What was the cause of death?

    Complications of Alzheimer’s disease
  • How old was Larry Storch when died?

  • Where did Larry Storch die? What was the location of death?

    New York City, New York, USA

Larry Storch Birthday and Date of Death

Larry Storch was born on January 8, 1923 and died on July 8, 2022. Larry was 99 years old at the time of death.

Birthday: January 8, 1923
Date of Death: July 8, 2022
Age at Death: 99

Is Larry Storch's father, Alfred Storch, dead or alive?

Alfred Storch's information is not available now.

Is Larry Storch's mother, Sally Kupperman Storch, dead or alive?

Sally Kupperman Storch's information is not available now.

Larry Storch - Biography

Lawrence Samuel "Larry" Storch is an American actor best known for his comic television roles, including voice-over work for cartoon shows, such as Mr. Whoopee on Tennessee Tuxedo and His Tales, and his live-action role of the bumbling Corporal Randolph Agarn on F Troop.
Storch has appeared in more than 25 Hollywood films, including Who Was That Lady? (1960), 40 Pounds of Trouble (1962), Captain Newman, M.D. (1963), Wild and Wonderful (1964), Sex and the Single Girl (1964) and The Great Race (1965), all starring Tony Curtis. He also appeared in Bus Riley's Back in Town (1965), A Very Special Favor (1965), That Funny Feeling, (1965), The Great Bank Robbery (1969), Airport 1975 (1974), The Happy Hooker Goes to Washington (1977), Record City (1978), S.O.B (1981), Fake-Out (1982), Sweet Sixteen (1983) and A Fine Mess (1986), as well as the cult sci-fi films The Monitors (1969) and Without Warning (1980). Tony Curtis and Storch reunited for a 2003 run of the musical version of Some Like It Hot. In 2005, he worked with Anthony Michael Hall in Funny Valentine (2005), and appeared in the documentary feature The Aristocrats (2005).

Fort Lee, New Jersey Mayor Mark Sokolich named Storch as honorary Mayor for a Day on June 1, 2014. Storch had previously been honored by the local film commission for performing at the Riviera nightclub, which had closed 60 years earlier. He received the 2013 Barrymore Award for Lifetime Achievement in Film and TV from the Fort Lee Film Commission.
Storch married actress Norma Catherine Greve on July 10, 1961. They remained married until her death at the age of 81 on August 28, 2003. Both briefly appeared in the made-for-television movie The Woman Hunter (1972). He has three children: a stepson, Lary May; a daughter, Candace Herman, the result of a brief encounter with his future wife, born in 1947 and given up for adoption (and later reunited); and a stepdaughter, June Cross, born in 1954 to Norma and Jimmy Cross ("Stump" of the song-and-dance team "Stump and Stumpy").