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Larry Storch Net Worth

Larry Storch net worth is

$1 Million



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Lawrence Samuel Storch was born on the 8th January 1923, in New York City, USA, and is a comedian and actor probably best known to the world as the voice of Mr. Whoopee in the animated series “Tennessee Tuxedo and His Tales” (1963-1965), and as Cpl. Randolph Agarn in the TV series “F Troop” (1965-1967), among many other accomplishments.

Have you ever wondered how rich Larry Storch is, as of early 2017? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that Storch’s net worth is as high as $1 million, an amount earned through his successful career in the entertainment industry, during which he has made more than 230 film and TV appearances. He has also featured in numerous variety shows, and recorded several comedy albums, which have also improved his wealth.

Larry Storch Net Worth $1 Million

Larry is the son of Alfred Storch who was a realtor and his wife, Sally, who worked as a telephone operator. He had a brother Jay Storch, who also worked in the entertainment industry under the name Jay Lawrence. Larry went to DeWitt Clinton High School in the Bronx in the same class as Don Adams, with whom he remained friends until Adams’ death in 2005. Larry never graduated from high school, because of the Great Depression, as he was forced to find a job in order to support his family.

He worked as a comedian on $12 per week for Al Donahue in Sheepshead Bay, then during World War II Larry was in the US Navy on the submarine tender USS Proteus.

On discharge from the Navy, Larry started pursuing a career as a comedian, which eventually led to his appearance on “The Ed Sullivan Show” in 1949, and until 1952 featured a couple more times. He continued to feature in variety shows in the early ‘50s, such as “Your Show of Shows” (1952), “Cavalcade of Stars” (1950-1952), and in 1953 had his own “The Larry Storch Show”. In 1959 he appeared for the first time on the “The Jack Paar Tonight Show”, then appeared nine times overall by 1962. From 1962 until 1972 he featured 16 times in the highly popular “The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson”, among many other shows, which only increased his net worth and popularity.

Larry also launched an acting and voice acting career; he made his debut in the film “The Prince Who Was a Thief” (1951), and since then has made more than 230 film and TV appearances. In 1959 he had the role in the war drama directed by Arthur Dreifuss “The Last Blitzkrieg”, and then in 1960 appeared in George Sydney’s Golden Globe Award- nominated romantic comedy “Who Was That Lady”, starring Tony Curtis, Dean Martin and Janet Leigh.

During the early ’60 he gave voice to Koko the Clown in 100 episodes, which certainly helped him increase his net worth and popularity as well.

In 1963 he was selected as the voice of Phineas J. Whoopee in the animated TV series “Tennessee Tuxedo and His Tales” (1963-1967). Two years later, Larry was chosen for the role of Cpl. Randolph Agarn in the TV series “F Troop” (1965-1967), and then in 1969 played Charles Duffy in 13 episodes of the TV series “The Queen and I”, adding steadily to his net worth.

His next notable ‘appearance’ was as the voice of the Magistrate Fang in the Charles Dickens’ novel adaption “Oliver Twist”, directed by Hal Sutherland, and the next year appeared as Glenn Purcell in the Golden Globe Award- nominated thriller “Airport 1975”. Through the ‘80s he didn’t have any notable roles, but still featured in such films as the Golden Globe Award- nominated “S.O.B” (1981), and “Sweet 16” (1983). From the end of the decade, his appearances became fewer – in 1992 he appeared in the romantic comedy “I Don’t Buy Kisses Anymore”, then in 1995 guest starred in the TV series “Married with Children”, and then had the a role in the drama “Bittersweet Place”, while in 2005 he appeared in an episode of the comedy TV series “Medium Rare” (2010), which was his last credited role.

Larry also had success on stage, appearing in such productions as “Porgy and Bess”, “Arsenic and Old Lace”, and “Annie Get Your Gun”. Most recently he toured with Richard Dreyfuss and Irwin Corey, in the play “Sly Fox” in 2004, and “Love Letters” in 2012.

Regarding his personal life, Larry was married to Norma from 1961 until her passing in 2003; they have three children.



Full Name Larry Storch
Net Worth $1 Million
Date Of Birth January 8, 1923
Place Of Birth New York City, New York, U.S.
Height 5′ 8″ (1.73 m)
Profession Comedian
Education DeWitt Clinton High School
Nationality American
Spouse Norma Storch (m. 1961–2003)
Children Candace Herman
Parents Sally Storch, Alfred Storch
Siblings Jay Lawrence
MySpace https://myspace.com/thelarrystorch
IMDB http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0832415/
Nominations Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series
Movies The Great Race, Sex and the Single Girl, Who Was That Lady?, 40 Pounds of Trouble, Without Warning, Wild and Wonderful, Airport 1975, That Funny Feeling, S.O.B., Captain Newman, M.D., The Last Blitzkrieg, A Very Special Favor, The Monitors, Bus Riley’s Back in Town, The Woman Hunter, Funny Valentine…
TV Shows F Troop, The Ghost Busters, Tennessee Tuxedo and His Tales, The Brady Kids, The Pink Panther Show, Groovie Goolies, The Batman/Superman Hour, The Jackie Gleason Show, Underdog, Scooby-Doo and Scrappy-Doo, Sabrina the Teenage Witch, The Larry Storch Show, The Looney Tunes Show, Out of the Inkwell, Ca…
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1 [about the running gag on F Troop (1965), in which Cpl. Agarn’s cousins from various parts of the world kept showing up] If you tell a joke, if you can do it in dialect, you’re way ahead of the game. I had cousins who came from Moscow, Mexico, Montreal.
2 The most money I ever made was on a McDonald’s hamburger commercial.
3 Sometimes, I walk out on stage, and you can hear from the balcony, “Hey, Agarn!” It still tickles me after 40 years. They don’t make them like F Troop (1965) anymore!
4 I’ll never forget what Edward Everett Horton said to me: “Promise me, Larry, you will never grow old”. I’ve tried my best to use that advice.
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1 He kept his classmates at DeWitt Clinton High School in the Bronx in stitches with his impressions of such famed actors as Claude Rains and Basil Rathbone and “The Wizart of Oz” himself, Frank Morgan. “That’s why I never graduated,” he quipped, “I was invited never to come back. My mother wanted me to stay in high school and get a diploma. The principal told her my record was so bad, let him go out and learn what he’s going to be in life.” So at the age of 17 Storch made his professional debut doing impressions at a strip joint in Albany, NY. The audience wasn’t quite as receptive as his schoolmates. “When the boss found out that all I did was impressions and nothing on the dirty side, he took me aside and said, ‘Larry, you are a nice kid, and I like you, but I’m afraid I’ve got to fire you.’ I was fired opening night on my very first job in show business”.
2 His best known role remains that of Cpl. Randolph Agarn, the bumbling sidekick of the double-dealing Sgt. Morgan O’Rourke (Forrest Tucker) on the 1965-67 sitcom F Troop (1965). On Thursday night, September 11, 2014, 91-year=old Storch made his final L.A. stand-up performance at the Comedy Store on the Sunset Strip. Five days later he received his star on the Palm Springs Walk of Fame. The Comedy Store show, “Larry Storch Live: At Ease, Boys and Girls!” featured appearances by Bernie Kopell, Hank Garrett, Bob Burns, Ken Berry–who starred with him as the hapless Capt. Wilton Parmenter on “F Troop”–and Marion Ross. Berry, who introduced Storch to the Comedy Club audience, had been a longtime fan of his comedy and impressions even before “F Troop.” Berry said, “He used to do things like ‘The Ed Sullivan Show.’ I never saw anyone work like that before. Working with Larry and some of those other guys was great–it was like recess every day.” Hank Garrett, who performed some of his own stand-up material, worked with Storch when the comedian guest starred in the 1961-63 NBC sitcom Car 54, Where Are You? (1961) (Garrett played Officer Ed Nicholson on the comedy series). I learned so much watching Larry,” said Garrett, who, like Berry, has remained close with Storch. “I call him all the time. He’s an amazing guy–and at 91 he does yoga head-stands.” The Comedy Store played an important part in Storch’s early career. Then known as the famed Ciro’s nightclub, it was where Storch made his first professional comedy appearance there serving in the U.S. Navy on the submarine USS Proteus during World War II (one of his fellow crew members was Tony Curtis). “I wanted to hitchhike across the country [to New York City] in my sailor’s uniform because nobody would refuse a sailor,” said Storch. As fate would have it, bandleader Phil Harris picked him up in Los Angeles. “Phil Harris said, ‘Get in sailor,’ after Storch told Phil he was heading to New York City. Harris said, ‘Your first stop will be Palm Springs.’ On the way to the desert, Storch told Harris about his comedy background and did his impressions. “When we got to Palm Springs, he turned the car around and said we’re going back to Hollywood,” said Storch. “He takes me to Ciro’s nightclub, and sitting in an empty room was Lucille Ball listening to her husband Desi Arnaz rehearse the band for tomorrow evening’s opening. I did Frank Morgan and various other notable actors. Lucille Ball said lose the sailor suit, get into a blue suit and be here tomorrow at 8 p.m. You will lead off, and Des will follow you onstage. That’s the way it worked out”.
3 His Hollywood Hills residence was located in Nichols Canyon. He would stand on his back deck and practice blowing his horns. Entertainer and tenor John Castello built a hill-top enclave at the top of Nichols Canyon on Solar Drive. Entertaining guests for dinner, the sounds of a sax and a trumpet would break the night silence of the hill-top wind! Guests would ask, “Who’s playing the horn?” Nonchalantly, Castello would reply, “Oh, that’s only Larry !”.
4 As of January 2010, was living in the Upper West Side of New York City.
5 According to the liner notes of the Columbia/Sony CD of the original cast album of “Flower Drum Song,” Storch was signed for the role of Sammy Fong. He was replaced during the play’s out-of-town tryouts by Larry Blyden (ironically, Jack Soo, who had a small part in the original, ended up playing the role of Sammy Fong in the film adaptation).
6 Inadvertently set in motion the Cary Grant line, “Judy, Judy, Judy . . . ” during one of his nightclub acts. Legend has it that Storch was in the middle of a Grant impersonation when Judy Garland walked in. Apparently, this is how he addressed the star. Even though the line was never said in any of Grant’s movies, Storch’s impression inexplicably stuck and was often used by other impressionists.
7 Attended the 2007 Twilight Zone Convention at the Hilton Hasbrouck Heights, Hasbrouck Heights, NJ, August 4-5, 2007.
8 Older brother of actor Jay Lawrence.
9 During WWII he served on a submarine tender, the USS Proteus, with Tony Curtis. They became lifelong friends. Storch and Curtis have appeared in eight movies together, and, in 2003 both were in the (theatrical) musical version of Some Like It Hot (1959) that toured across the country.
10 Started out as an M.C. in burlesque houses in New York. When television came along, many clubs closed because patrons were staying home to watch the new invention, so Storch started working in the new medium.
11 Stepfather of June Cross and Lynda Gravatt.
12 A staunch New Yorker, he likes to play his sax in Riverside Park.

Actor

Title Year Status Character
Mean Moe Gets the Bird 1963 TV Short Koko the Clown (voice)
Mean Moe the Great 1963 TV Short Koko the Clown (voice)
Mean Moe the Star 1963 TV Short Koko the Clown (voice)
Moe Moves In 1963 TV Short Koko the Clown (voice)
Rocket Ranger 1963 TV Short Koko the Clown (voice)
Sold on Manhattan 1963 TV Short Koko the Clown (voice)
The Cliff Hanger 1963 TV Short Koko the Clown (voice)
The Fan Letter 1963 TV Short Koko the Clown (voice)
You Are Here 1963 TV Short Koko the Clown (voice)
The Alfred Hitchcock Hour 1963 TV Series Oscar
A Dog Gone Snooper 1963 TV Short Koko the Clown (voice)
Arabian Daze 1963 TV Short Koko the Clown (voice)
Comic Book Capers 1963 TV Short Koko the Clown (voice)
Enchanted Prince 1963 TV Short Koko the Clown (voice)
Extra Special Delivery 1963 TV Short Koko the Clown (voice)
Footloose Fox 1963 TV Short Koko the Clown (voice)
Make Room for Moe 1963 TV Short Koko the Clown (voice)
Plane Stupid 1963 TV Short Koko the Clown (voice)
Pony Express 1963 TV Short Koko the Clown (voice)
Sing Along with Moe 1963 TV Short Koko the Clown (voice)
Station Breaks 1963 TV Short Koko the Clown (voice)
Strictly from Lumber 1963 TV Short Koko the Clown (voice)
The Invisible One 1963 TV Short Koko the Clown (voice)
The River Robbers 1963 TV Short Koko the Clown (voice)
Car 54, Where Are You? 1962-1963 TV Series Charlie / Charlie the Drunk / Pinky
Irving the Indian Nut 1963 TV Short Koko the Clown (voice)
Mad Scientist Gets Madder 1963 TV Short Koko the Clown (voice)
Mean Moe Rain Maker 1963 TV Short Koko the Clown (voice)
Medicine Man 1963 TV Short Koko the Clown (voice)
No Soap 1963 TV Short Koko the Clown (voice)
On with the Show 1963 TV Short Koko the Clown (voice)
Rodeo 1963 TV Short Koko the Clown (voice)
So Long Ceylon 1963 TV Short Koko the Clown (voice)
Wild West Story 1963 TV Short Koko the Clown (voice)
40 Pounds of Trouble 1962 Floyd
A Fishy Story 1962 TV Short Koko the Clown (voice)
A-Haunting We Will Go 1962 TV Short Koko the Clown (voice)
A Queen for a Day 1962 TV Short Koko the Clown (voice)
Bluebeard’s Treasure 1962 TV Short Koko the Clown (voice)
Comic Strip 1962 TV Short Koko the Clown (voice)
Fastest Popgun in the West 1962 TV Short Koko the Clown (voice)
Gigantical 1962 TV Short Koko the Clown (voice)
In the Army 1962 TV Short Koko the Clown (voice)
Koko Meets Robin Hood 1962 TV Short Koko the Clown (voice)
Koko Roams in Rome 1962 TV Short Koko the Clown (voice)
Mean Moe’s Money Mad 1962 TV Short Koko the Clown (voice)
Mean Moe Takes Over 1962 TV Short Koko the Clown (voice)
Moving Madness 1962 TV Short Koko the Clown (voice)
Mummy’s the Word 1962 TV Short Koko the Clown (voice)
Reflection Land 1962 TV Short Koko the Clown (voice)
Success Story 1962 TV Short Koko the Clown (voice)
That’s Show Biz 1962 TV Short Koko the Clown (voice)
The Big Bank Robbery 1962 TV Short Koko the Clown (voice)
TV or Not TV 1962 TV Short Koko the Clown (voice)
Whale of a Story 1962 TV Short Koko the Clown (voice)
Which Witch Is Which? 1962 TV Short Koko the Clown (voice)
Baby Face 1962 TV Short Koko the Clown (voice)
Flying Saucery 1962 TV Short Koko the Clown (voice)
Knight Work 1962 TV Short Koko the Clown (voice)
Kokonut, Private Eye 1962 TV Short Koko the Clown (voice)
Love in Bloom 1962 TV Short Koko the Clown (voice)
Mean Moe Means Well 1962 TV Short Koko the Clown (voice)
Now You See It Now You Don’t 1962 TV Short Koko the Clown (voice)
Polar Bear Facts 1962 TV Short Koko the Clown (voice)
Pow-wow-wow! 1962 TV Short Koko the Clown (voice)
The Egg and Me 1962 TV Short Koko the Clown (voice)
The Mystery Guest 1962 TV Short Koko the Clown (voice)
The Refriger-raider 1962 TV Short Koko the Clown (voice)
Charley Angelo 1962 TV Movie Dan “The Devil” Devin
Balloon Blues 1962 TV Short Koko the Clown (voice)
Koko Gottum Injun Trouble 1962 TV Short Koko the Clown (voice)
Koko Meets Boobnik 1962 TV Short Koko the Clown (voice)
Out of the Inkwell 1962 TV Series Koko the Clown / Mean Moe
Who Was That Lady? 1960 Orenov
Hennesey 1959 TV Series Sylvester
The Last Blitzkrieg 1959 Ennis
The Phil Silvers Show 1958-1959 TV Series Bopster / The Crying Sailor
Gun Fever 1958 Amigo
Shower of Stars 1955 TV Series
The Arthur Murray Party 1953 TV Series Himelf
The Prince Who Was a Thief 1951
Medium Rare 2010 TV Series Willie
Bittersweet Place 2005 Ira Tatz
Funny Valentine 2005 Dennis
The Funkhousers 2002 TV Movie Grandpa
Land’s End 1996 TV Series Bobby Forrest
Married with Children 1995 TV Series Larry Storch
The Silence of the Hams 1994 Sergeant
I Don’t Buy Kisses Anymore 1992 Giora
Beetle Bailey 1989 TV Movie General Halftrack (voice)
Garfield and Friends 1988 TV Series Herbert Finagle / Mr. Mendelbaum
Out of This World 1988 TV Series Sergel
Adventures Beyond Belief 1987 TV Series
Medium Rare 1987
Foofur 1987 TV Series
A Fine Mess 1986 Leopold Klop
The Perils of P.K. 1986
Knight Rider 1985 TV Series Pascal
The Fall Guy 1984 TV Series Theo
Small & Frye 1983 TV Series Waldo
Sweet 16 1983 Earl
Fake-Out 1982 Ted
Mork & Mindy/Laverne & Shirley/Fonz Hour 1982 TV Series Additional Voices
The Flight of Dragons 1982 Video Pawnbroker (voice)
Trapper John, M.D. 1982 TV Series Getzloft
Harper Valley P.T.A. 1982 TV Series Leslie Duprey
Fantasy Island 1979-1982 TV Series Harry Hawkins / Hal Ripley / Alain Leblanc
The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn 1981 TV Movie Dauphin
S.O.B. 1981 The Guru
Aloha Paradise 1981 TV Series
Without Warning 1980 Scoutmaster
CHiPs 1979-1980 TV Series Franco / Chub
Phyl & Mikhy 1980 TV Series Ivan
Jack Frost 1979 TV Movie Papa (voice)
The Misadventures of Sheriff Lobo 1979 TV Series Pappy Beauregard
Better Late Than Never 1979 TV Movie Sheriff
Scooby-Doo and Scrappy-Doo 1979 TV Series Additional Voices (voice)
The Love Boat 1978 TV Series Tony Santini / Elwood / Elwood Riggs
The Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Show 1978 TV Series Various Characters (1978) (voice)
Record City 1978 Deaf Man
Incredible Rocky Mountain Race 1977 TV Movie Eagle Feather
The Hardy Boys/Nancy Drew Mysteries 1977 TV Series Jesse Miller
The Life and Times of Grizzly Adams 1977 TV Series
Sabrina, Super Witch 1977 TV Series voice
Rosetti and Ryan 1977 TV Series Sam the Speller
The Happy Hooker Goes to Washington 1977 Robby Boggs
CPO Sharkey 1977 TV Series The Wino
Phyllis 1976 TV Series Bum
The Pink Panther Laugh and a Half Hour and a Half Show 1976 TV Series voice
Switch 1976 TV Series Benny Shore
The Ghost Busters 1975 TV Series Eddie Spenser / Big Al
McCloud 1975 TV Series Parkes
Police Story 1974 TV Series Willy
Airport 1975 1974 Glenn Purcell
Columbo 1974 TV Series Mr. Weekly
Kolchak: The Night Stalker 1974 TV Series Swede
Mannix 1968-1974 TV Series Wing Dobson / Bernie Farmer
Oliver Twist 1974 Magistrate Fang (voice)
Love, American Style 1969-1974 TV Series Earl (segment “Love and Mr. Bunny”) / Jerome (segment “Love and the Woman in White”) / Morey- The Burglar (segment “Love and the Dream Burglar”) / …
Treasure Island 1973 Captain Smollett (voice)
Emergency! 1972-1973 TV Series Frank the Escape Artist / Ben Wesley
Tenafly 1973 TV Series Frank Sherman
The Brady Kids 1972-1973 TV Series Chuck White Marlon Mop Top …
The New Temperatures Rising Show 1972-1973 TV Series Norman Frye / Norman
All in the Family 1973 TV Series Bill Mulheron
The ABC Saturday Superstar Movie 1972 TV Series Count Tom Dracula The Phantom Marlon …
The New Scooby-Doo Movies 1972 TV Series The Joker
Journey Back to Oz 1972 Amos (voice)
The Couple Takes a Wife 1972 TV Movie David
The Woman Hunter 1972 TV Movie Raconteur
Alias Smith and Jones 1972 TV Series Mugs McGeehu
The Sonny and Cher Comedy Hour 1972 TV Series Julius Caesar
Why We Have Elections, or The Kings of Snark 1972 Short voice, uncredited
The Persuaders! 1971 TV Series Angie
Aesop’s Fables 1971 TV Movie Hare (voice)
The Doris Day Show 1970-1971 TV Series Duke Farentino
Sabrina, the Teenage Witch 1971 TV Series
Sabrina and the Groovie Goolies 1970 TV Series Drac / Ratso / Ghoulihand
Hunters Are for Killing 1970 TV Movie Rudy LeRoy
The Name of the Game 1968-1969 TV Series Norman Turley / James Kelso
The Flying Nun 1969 TV Series Joe Barnes
The Monitors 1969 P.A. Stutz
Injun Trouble 1969 Short Cool Cat (voice)
The Great Bank Robbery 1969 Juan
The Pink Panther Show 1969 TV Series The Painter
Bugged by a Bee 1969 Short Cool Cat (voice)
Shamrock and Roll 1969 Short Merlin the Magic Mouse / Second Banana / O’Reilly the Chief Leprechaun (voice)
The Queen and I 1969 TV Series Charles Duffy
Fistic Mystic 1969 Short voice
The Batman/Superman Hour 1968-1969 TV Series Joker
Gomer Pyle: USMC 1967-1968 TV Series Manuel Cortez
That Girl 1968 TV Series John McKenzie
Flying Circus 1968 Short Ace / Fritz Von Wienerschnitzel (voice)
3 Ring Wing-Ding 1968 Short voice
Feud with a Dude 1968 Short voice
Hippydrome Tiger 1968 Short Cool Cat (voice)
He & She 1968 TV Series Bart / Burt
Big Game Haunt 1968 Short Cool Cat (voice)
Get Smart 1968 TV Series Groovy Guru
Hocus Pocus Powwow 1968 Short voice
Garrison’s Gorillas 1967 TV Series Clarence Dorn
The Mothers-In-Law 1967 TV Series Ralph
Cool Cat 1967 Short Cool Cat / Colonel Rimfire (voice)
I Dream of Jeannie 1967 TV Series Sam
F Troop 1965-1967 TV Series Cpl. Randolph Agarn Cpl. Agarn Dmitri Agarnoff …
Vacation Playhouse 1966 TV Series Commodore
Tennessee Tuxedo and His Tales 1963-1966 TV Series Phineas J. Whoopee / Rocky Maninoff / Red Beard / …
Napoleon Blown-Aparte 1966 Short Commissioner (voice)
The Great De Gaulle Stone Operation 1965 Short Commissioner / Surgeon (voice)
An Ounce of Pink 1965 Short Talking Weight Machine / Shopkeeper / Man in Street (voice)
That Funny Feeling 1965 Luther
A Very Special Favor 1965 Harry the Taxi Driver
The Great Race 1965 Texas Jack
Shocking Pink 1965 Short English Narrator (voice)
Bus Riley’s Back in Town 1965 Howie
Gilligan’s Island 1965 TV Series Jackson Farrell
Sex and the Single Girl 1964 Motorcycle Cop
The Baileys of Balboa 1964 TV Series Shorty McAllister
Kraft Suspense Theatre 1964 TV Series Perry Shields
Underdog 1964 TV Series Phineas J. Whoopie (voice)
Wild and Wonderful 1964 Rufus Gibbs
The Greatest Show on Earth 1964 TV Series Bob Eagle
Captain Newman, M.D. 1963 Cpl. Gavoni
Down to Earth 1963 TV Short Koko the Clown (voice)
Mayor Mean Moe 1963 TV Short Koko the Clown (voice)
Mean Moe’s Side Show 1963 TV Short Koko the Clown (voice)
Mean Moe Cools Off 1963 TV Short Koko the Clown (voice)
Speak for Yourself Mean Moe 1963 TV Short Koko the Clown (voice)
Achilles Is a Heel 1963 TV Short Koko the Clown (voice)
A Lot of Bull 1963 TV Short Koko the Clown (voice)
Bomb-y Weather 1963 TV Short Koko the Clown (voice)
Fearless Female 1963 TV Short Koko the Clown (voice)
Funnyland 1963 TV Short Koko the Clown (voice)
Gone Hollywood 1963 TV Short Koko the Clown (voice)
Having a Hex of a Time 1963 TV Short Koko the Clown (voice)
Jungle Bungle 1963 TV Short Koko the Clown (voice)
Let George Do It 1963 TV Short Koko the Clown (voice)
Mean Moe’s Fairy Tale 1963 TV Short Koko the Clown (voice)
Mean Moe Day 1963 TV Short Koko the Clown (voice)
Mean Moe Tells William Tell 1963 TV Short Koko the Clown (voice)
Mean Moe the Lion Tamer 1963 TV Short Koko the Clown (voice)
Musketeer Moe 1963 TV Short Koko the Clown (voice)
Romance Machine Made 1963 TV Short Koko the Clown (voice)
Sahara Today Gone Tomorrow 1963 TV Short Koko the Clown (voice)
The Hillbillies 1963 TV Short Koko the Clown (voice)
The Sleeping Beauty 1963 TV Short Koko the Clown (voice)
The Unwashables 1963 TV Short Koko the Clown (voice)
Tic Tac Moe 1963 TV Short Koko the Clown (voice)
Who’s Napoleon? 1963 TV Short Koko the Clown (voice)
Arty Party 1963 TV Short Koko the Clown (voice)
Blunder Down Under 1963 TV Short Koko the Clown (voice)
Growing Pains 1963 TV Short Koko the Clown (voice)
Koko in a London Fog 1963 TV Short Koko the Clown (voice)
Koko Meets Barney Beatnik 1963 TV Short Koko the Clown (voice)
Mean Moe and Cleopatra 1963 TV Short Koko the Clown (voice)

Soundtrack

Title Year Status Character
The Ghost Busters 1975 TV Series performer – 1 episode
Gomer Pyle: USMC 1967 TV Series performer – 1 episode
F Troop 1966 TV Series performer – 1 episode

Thanks

Title Year Status Character
Goolians 2006 Video documentary short special thanks

Self

Title Year Status Character
Tennessee Tuxedo Will Not Fail! 2011 Documentary short Himself
TV Land Confidential 2005 TV Series documentary Himself
The Aristocrats 2005 Documentary Himself
Frontline 1996 TV Series documentary Himself
Musical Comedy Tonight II 1981 TV Movie Himself
The 6th People’s Choice Awards 1980 TV Special Himself – Performer
Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade 1979 TV Special Himself
When the West Was Fun: A Western Reunion 1979 TV Movie documentary Himself
Dinah! 1975-1977 TV Series Himself
The Mike Douglas Show 1962-1976 TV Series Himself – Comedian / Himself
Joys 1976 TV Special Himself
The Sonny and Cher Comedy Hour 1973 TV Series Himself
Alan King Looks Back in Anger: A Review of 1972 1973 TV Movie Himself – Comedian
The Wonderful World of Aggravation 1972 TV Movie Himself
The Jerry Reed When You’re Hot You’re Hot Hour 1972 TV Series Himself
The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson 1962-1972 TV Series Himself – Guest / Himself
The David Frost Show 1972 TV Series Himself
The Golddiggers 1971 TV Series Himself
The Movie Game 1971 TV Series Himself
Candid Camera 1971 TV Series Himself
The Glen Campbell Goodtime Hour 1971 TV Series Himself – Guest Performer
Playboy After Dark 1970 TV Series Himself
Ann-Margret: From Hollywood with Love 1969 TV Special Himself
Operation: Entertainment 1968 TV Series Himself
The Joey Bishop Show 1967-1968 TV Series Himself
Laugh-In 1968 TV Series Himself – Guest Performer
First Annual All-Star Celebrity Baseball Game 1967 TV Special Himself – Celebrity
The Hollywood Squares 1967 TV Series Himself
Everybody’s Talking 1967 TV Series Himself
The Andy Williams Show 1966 TV Series Himself
The Milton Berle Show 1966 TV Series Himself
The Hollywood Palace 1965 TV Series Himself – Comedian
That Regis Philbin Show 1965 TV Series Himself
That Was the Week That Was 1964 TV Series Himself
Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine 1963 TV Series Himself
The Merv Griffin Show 1962 TV Series Himself
The Jack Paar Tonight Show 1959-1962 TV Series Himself
The Tonight Show 1962 TV Series Himself – Comedian
The Ed Sullivan Show 1949-1962 TV Series Himself – Comedian / Himself / Comedian
Playboy’s Penthouse 1959 TV Series Himself
The Big Record 1957 TV Series Himself
The Steve Allen Plymouth Show 1957 TV Series Himself – Comedian
The Arthur Murray Party 1957 TV Series Himself
Stage Show 1956 TV Series Himself – Guest Comedian
The NBC Comedy Hour 1956 TV Series Himself – Comedian
The Colgate Comedy Hour 1954 TV Series Himself – Comedian
The Larry Storch Show 1953 TV Series Himself – Host
I’ve Got a Secret 1953 TV Series Himself – Guest
Cavalcade of Stars 1950-1952 TV Series Himself – Host / Himself – Guest Host / Himself
Your Show of Shows 1952 TV Series Himself
The Saturday Night Revue with Jack Carter 1950 TV Series Himself – Comedian

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Nominated Awards

Year Award Ceremony Nomination Movie
1967 Primetime Emmy Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Continued Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in a Comedy Series F Troop (1965)

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