Larry Storch (born January 8, 1923) appeared on two episodes of Gomer Pyle U.S.M.C. Although best remembered as Corporal Randolph Agarn, his Emmy Award nominated role on the TV series "F Troop" (with Ken Berry), he also played recurring characters on "Car 54 Where Are You?", "The Doris Day Show" and "The Ghost Busters". His film appearances include Who Was That Lady?, 40 Pounds of Trouble, Captain Newman M.D., Sex and the Single Girl, The Great Race, That Funny Feeling, Airport 1975, Without Warning, S.O.B., A Fine Mess and the spoof The Silence of the Hams.
His animation voice work is represented by "Out of the Inkwell" (as Koko the Clown), "Tennessee Tuxedo", (as Phineas J. Whoopee), "Underdog", "Cool Cat" (as Cool Cat), "The Batman/Superman Hour" (as The Joker), "The Pink Panther", "Sabrina the Teenage Witch", "Scooby-Doo", Journey Back to Oz, Jack Frost and The Flight of Dragons.
According to his Internet Movie Database biography page, he "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." This impression is notably used by Goober Pyle in The Fun Girls, his first appearance on The Andy Griffith Show.