Larry Storch, who played Corporal Randolph Agarn in the mid-1960s on the ABC sitcom F forcesdied on July 8, six months shy of his 100th birthday.
The death of the actor was announced by him Official Facebook page.
“It is with the heaviest of hearts that we share the news that our beloved Larry passed away in his sleep overnight,” the letter read. “We are shocked and lost for words for now. Please remember he loved each of you and didn’t want you to cry over his passing. He has been reunited with his wife Norma, his beloved crew F Troop and many friends and family.”
Broadcast for two seasons (September 1965 to April 1967), F forces It came on the heels of Captain Wilton “Will” Parmenter Ken Perry, who became responsible for Fort Courage, a US military outpost in the Old West, after becoming a “hero” hero. Storch’s corporal Randolph Agarn was the silly sidekick of adventurous Sergeant Forrest Tucker O’Rourke.
Storch has also, now and then, played Agarn-like relatives, including cousins to Russians, French Canadians, and Mexicans.
before him F forces Recruitment, Storch repeated on Car 54, where are you? He did voice work for series such as from Inkwell And the Tennessee Evening and His Tales. Meanwhile, countless TV spots of the guests were included (but by no means limited!) I dream about Jenny, be smart, Gomer Pyle: USMCcruise ship sitcom The Queen and IAnd the love boat And the love, american style.
Storch was also working on the animated series in the early 1970s Brady Kids The Live Motion of 1975 Ghostbusterswhich he collected with him F forcesTucker.
Storch’s last television appearances included playing himself in the 1995 episode of Married and has childrenand hosting a 1996 episode of days of our lives.
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