Larry Storch (born January 8, 1923) is an American actor, notable for roles both on screen and in voiceover. Onscreen, he portrayed Charlie in Car 54, Where Are You? and Corporal Randolph Agarn in F-Troop. He also made appearances in The Ed Sullivan Show, The Johnny Carson Show and The Steve Allen Show.
In animation, Storch was the first person to voice the Joker from Batman, as well as Koko the Clown in the 1960s revival of Out of the Inkwell. His other voiceover roles include Phineas J. Whoopee from Tennessee Tuxedo, Cool Cat and other characters from Warner Brothers-Seven Arts cartoons, the Commisioner in two early shorts of The Inspector, Drac and Ratso from Groovie Goolies and Captain Flint from the 1972 film Treasure Island.
Storch is credited for the phrase "Judy, Judy, Judy", which came from an impression of Cary Grant (who never actually used the phrase himself).