Happy 98th, Larry Storch! For those who don't know, Storch was the first to voice the Joker. He is also known for voiceover roles such as Mr. Whoopee in Tennessee Tuxedo, Koko the Clown in the '60s revival of Out of the Inkwell, Cool Cat in WB7A cartoons, and Drac and Ratso in Groovie Goolies.
R.I.P. to Alto Reed, saxophonist for Bob Segar and the Silver Bullet Band, and Gerry Marsden of Gerry and the Pacemakers, known for songs such as "How Do You Do It?" (which was almost released by the Beatles).
To the best of my knowledge, the oldest living American voice actor now is Larry Storch (97), whose credentials include Out of the Inkwell ('60s revival), Tennessee Tuxedo and His Tales, The Batman/Superman Hour, the Seven Arts era of Warner Bros. Cartoons, and Groovie Goolies. His latest voiceover work was in the late '80s, w/ Foofur, Garfield and Friends and an unaired Beetle Bailey special.