A possible way to do what you want may be to have a 'cgi-server' wrapped around all cgi-scripts, and have Apache pass all request to this other process. This would only require ProxyPass'ing from Apache, and a simple server-wrapper around the cgi scripts. In fact, I can't imagine such a wrapper doesn't exist yet.
It does exist. Look at my response below about PersistentPerl.
Fast CGI is another option (like Joost mentions), but I believe that you have to change your code for it to work. Although it is probably trivial to do so.
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