Norma Storch: The untold story of Larry Storch’s wife | – Daughter, Net Worth, Wikipedia, Pictures, Documentary

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Larry Storch is an American actor and comedian best known for his comedic television work, including voice-over work for cartoon shows like Tennessee Tuxedo and His Tales and his live-action role as bumbling Corporal Randolph Agarn on F. Troop.

Larry Storch was born in New York City on January 8, 1923, to orthodox Jews Alfred  Storch and Sally Kupperman, a realtor and a telephone operator, respectively.

On July 10, 1961, Larry Storch married Norma Catherine Greve. They were married until her death on August 28, 2003, at the age of 81.

Norma Storch was born Norma Catherine Greve on April 6, 1922, in Pocatello, Idaho, United States. She was an actress who was most known for her role in the film The Perils of P.K. (1986).

Norma Storch Daughter

Before meeting Larry Storch, Norma Catherine Greve had a romantic relationship with Jimmy Cross, half of the vaudeville duo Stump and Stumpy, which resulted in her giving birth to a black daughter, June Cross, whom she disowned to avoid the racial wrath.

In the 1950s, when the Storch encountered bigotry as a white lady with a black daughter, she entrusted June to her friends, a middle-class black couple in Atlantic City.

For nearly 35 years, the couple nurtured falsehood in order to avoid racial criticism.

June Cross was an adopted child of a former neighbour, and the couple told their friends that she lived with a black family.

June Cross was a Harvard-educated TV news producer working for PBS’ “Frontline” in the 1990s when she decided to tell her and her mother’s tale to study racism in America.

Norma Storch Net Worth

Before her death, Norma Storch had a net worth of about $1.2 million.

Norma Storch Wikipedia

Norma Storch has a page on Wikipedia which was written from news sources worldwide.

Norma Storch Documentary

June Cross, the secret daughter of a white woman and a black man, and her struggles to learn her familial background are told in “Secret Daughter.”