The legend Larry Storch died at 99, as confirmed by his family and loved ones. He was most famous for his performance in the television series F Troop. The actor died just six months before his 100th birthday. He was born in 1923 in New York. There was a time of the Great Depression between 1929 to 1939 as a consequence of the fall in stock prices in the United States. It all started with the stock market crash of October 29, 1929. And Larry opted for the profession that was much needed at that time. He worked as a stand-up comic during the time of the Great Depression. Seriously, what better profession can be than making people laugh at this time of sorrow and misery. There is a reason this person was a legend! As an actor, he has over 230 accolades under his name. In the popular series F Troop, he portrayed the character of Cpl. Randolph Agarn from 1965 to 1967.
Larry Storch’s Net Worth
The estimated net worth of Larry Storch was $1 million. He was an established actor, and most of his earnings came from acting. Also, he has done voiceovers in some renowned films. Also, this actor has a record of serving in the United States Navy at the time of World war 2. Although he has done many films and series in his career, he got most fame through the television series F Troop. This role made him famous worldwide, and fans loved him in character. Not just appreciation, he also got nominated for a Primetime Emmy Award for his spectacular performance in F Troop. The actor has a long career in films, television, and theater.
Who Was Larry Storch’s Wife?
It can be said that Larry experienced a great love story in his life. Every couple promises to be together until death, but there are only some who fulfill that promise. However, Larry was among the lucky lovers. He married Norma Catherine Greve on July 10, 1961. They were the prime example of “They lived happily ever after.” Norma never left his side, and they remained together for thick and thin until Norma’s death in 2003. She was 81 years old at that time and died of cancer.
Norma was born on April 6, 1922, in Pocatello, Idaho. Just like Larry, she was an actor and worked in films and series such as The Perils of P.K., The Six Million Dollar Man, and The Woman Hunter. Reportedly, Norma relocated to Los Angeles when she was young in an attempt to make big in the film industry. Fortunately, her dreams materialized when she was 23.
Scandal Associated With Larry Storch
In 1996, June Cross, who is a popular American director and producer, made a documentary titled “Secret Daughter.” The documentary was made so beautifully that it went on to win awards. However, it was her story only where she narrated how her mother used to visit her only on holidays and referred to her as an adopted child. Later, it was revealed that June Cross is the daughter of Norma Catherine Greve. The news came out as a shock to many fans and supporters of the actor.
Norma was in a romantic relationship with Jimmie Cross, An American singer and radio producer, before meeting Larry. The duo had a daughter together in 1954. It was the time of the 50s when racism was quite common, so Norma left the child at her friends’ house. According to a source, Larry and Norma’s relationship suffered from the news, but the duo worked on the issues.