Larry Storch Net Worth: How Much He Left After His Death?


Larry Storch is an American actor born on the 8th January 1923, in New York City, USA. To this day, he's best remembered as Mr. Whoopey in the cartoon series “Tennessee Tuxedo and His Tales” (1963-1965) and Cpl. Randolph Agarn in the TV series “F Troop” (1965-1967).

How Was the Early Life of Larry Storch?


On January 8, 1923, Lawrence Samuel Storch was born in New York City. His father, Alfred Storch, was a cab driver and broker, and his mother, Sally Kupperman Storch, worked as a telephone operator, jewelry store owner, and rooming house operator. His grandfather, Samuel Storch, was also a cab driver and broker. There is a degree of uncertainty regarding the specific location of his birth. The information that he was born in The Bronx was reportedly provided by the Washington Post. According to a story in “The New York Times,” he was born in the borough of Manhattan.

Larry Storch

According to an article published in the Wall Street Journal, he was born on the Upper West Side. His parents were devout Jews. He went to high school in the Bronx with Don Adams, who has been his best friend throughout his whole life. DeWitt Clinton High School was where they met. Storch said that the difficult conditions of the Great Depression prevented him from completing his high school education. Instead, he found work as a comedian, performing at the band shell in Sheepshead Bay, New York, opening for bandleader Al Donahue for a weekly wage of $12.


What is the Net Worth of Larry Storch?

As of this writing, Larry Storch has an estimated net worth of $1 million according to celebritynetworth.

Storch has approximately 230 acting credits, including several voice performances. He portrayed Cpl. Randolph Agarn in the television series F Troop from 1965 to 1967. In 1969, Storch played Charles Duffy in the television series The Queen and I.

Larry Storch

In 1975, he featured in The Ghost Busters as Eddie Spenser. He has provided voice work for The Batman/Superman Hour, Groovie Goolies, The Pink Panther Show, Koko the Clown, Treasure Island, Scooby Doo, and Tennessee Tuxedo, among others. Storch was the first actor to play The Joker in the Batman film series. For F Troop, he was nominated for a Primetime Emmy Award in 1967.

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Cause of Death

Larry Storch has been on television for many decades and is well-known for his comedic appearances. His portrayal of Corporal Randolph Agarn on F Troop has also been favorably acclaimed. He was going to become 100 when he died at the age of 99.

His biggest asset was his humor. Members of his family announced his death on his Facebook page. “It is with heavy hearts that we share with you the news that our beloved Larry died away in his sleep tonight,” the family said.

Larry was eventually reunited with his wife Norma and several of the cast from F Troop, which no longer exists in this reality. He was a well-known character on television between 1960 and 1970. He had previously been on “The Love Boat” and “Car 54, Where are you?” He had also acted in the famous children's show “The Ghostbusters.”