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Larry Storch, a veteran stand-up comic and character actor, is most commonly remembered for his work on the 1960s western comedy F Troop.
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Storch's next television venture would not be as memorable. On the air for only five months in 1969, The Queen and I centered on the crew of aging cruise ship. Storch starred as Charles Duffy, the ship's scheming purser,
who tries to save the fading vessel from the scrap yard.
In addition to acting on screen, Storch had a healthy career lending his voice to animated projects. He began as the voice of Koko the Clown in the early 1960s and later could be heard on episodes of The Brady Kids and Scooby Doo and Scrappy Doo in the 1970s.
More recently, Storch played the chief of police in the revival comedy Sly Fox in 2004. He also appeared in two films around this time, Bittersweet Place (2005) and Funny Valentine (2005) with Anthony Michael Hall.
Storch was married to his wife Norma for more than 40 years. The two had been through the highs and lows of his career together with her often acting as his manager. She died of cancer in 2003. The couple had one daughter together who they had given up for adoption long before they married. Storch also has a stepdaughter and stepson.
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