He also stood out in the 1950s films ‘The Gunfighter,’ ‘Halls of Montezuma’ and ‘Cry Vengeance.’
Skip Homeier, who played the menacing Nazi youth in the 1944 drama Tomorrow, the World! before appearing in scores of Westerns, war films and TV shows, has died. He was 86.
Homeier died June 25, his son, Michael, and wife, Della, each reported on Facebook.
Homeier also is known to fans of the original Star Trek for portraying Melakon, a Nazi-like character, in the 1968 episode “Patterns of Force” and as the arrogant Dr. Sevrin, who carries a deadly bacteria within him, in 1969’s “The Way to Eden.”
Homeier also played Judge Charles Older, who heard the case against Charles Manson (Steve Railsback), in the acclaimed 1976 CBS telefilm Helter Skelterand appeared as the title character, a cop working the night shift out of Hollywood, in the 1961 NBC crime drama Dan Raven.
A native of Chicago, George Vincent Homeier portrayed violent or neurotic characters early in his career. He was billed as Skippy Homeier when he made his onscreen debut as a Nazi teen who arrives in Middle America in Tomorrow, the World!, starring Fredric March. (The kid actor had originated the role of Emil Bruchner on Broadway in April 1943)….
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