Larry Storch, a TV entertainer most popular for his job during the '60s sitcom "F Troop," kicked
the bucket Thursday, as indicated by an explanation shared by his family on Facebook. He was 99.
"It is with the heaviest of hearts that we share with you the news our adored Larry died in his rest for the time being.
We are stunned and speechless right now. Kindly recollect that he cherished all of you and wouldn't
believe you should cry over his passing. He is brought together with his better half Norma and
his darling F Troop cast thus numerous loved ones," the assertion read.A comedic
entertainer who likewise accomplished voiceover work, Storch played the plotting Corporal Randolph
Agarn on "F Troop" and was selected for an Emmy Award in 1967 for his exhibition on the show.