BREAKING: Actor Loved By MILLIONS Just Passed Away

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Skip Homeier faced off against Gregory Peck in ‘The Gunfighter,’ directed by Henry King.

Dean James III% AMERICA’S FREEDOM FIGHTERS –

We are saddened to report that the great actor Skip Homeier has passed away at the age of 86.

Homeier’s son Michael confirmed that his father passed away from spinal myelopathy on June 25 in Indian Wells, California, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

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Hovenier is perhaps best known for his roles in “Tomorrow, the World,” in which he played a Nazi youth, and “Star Trek: The Original Series,” in which he guest starred as Melakon in “Patterns of Force” and as Dr. Sevrin in “The Way to Eden.”

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Brendan Kelly at Watch This! reports that Homeier, a native of Chicago, Illinois, had a prolific career, appearing in a number of films throughout the several decades he spent working in Hollywood. After making his onscreen debut as a teen in 1944’s “Tomorrow, the World!” he built a reputation for himself with appearances in films such as “The Gunfighter” (1950), “Halls of Montezuma” (1951) and “Cry Vengeance” (1954).

Homeier also played Judge Charles Older, who heard the case against Charles Manson (Steve Railsback), in the acclaimed 1976 CBS telefilm Helter Skelter and appeared as the title character, a cop working the night shift out of Hollywood, in the 1961 NBC crime drama Dan Raven.

He also appeared in Arthur Takes Over (1948), Sealed Cargo (1951), Sam Fuller’s Fixed Bayonets!(1951), Has Anybody Seen My Gal (1952), Black Widow (1954), Between Heaven and Hell (1956), Stark Fear (1962), Don Knotts’ The Ghost and Mr. Chicken (1966) and Muhammad Ali’s The Greatest (1977).

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Homeier’s resume was packed with Westerns, including Ten Wanted Men (1955), The Road to Denver(1955), Stranger at My Door (1956), Dakota Incident (1956), The Tall T (1957), Day of the Badman(1958), Comanche Station (1960) and Showdown (1963) for the big screen.

On television, he appeared on Wanted: Dead or Alive, The Rifleman, Wagon Train, Branded, Bonanza and The Virginian.

Those are some of my favorite shows!

The actor also had a recurring role as a mentoring doctor on the 1970-71 CBS drama The Internsand. He appeared in guest stints on Alfred Hitchcock Presents, The Millionaire, The Addams Family, The Outer Limits, Mission: Impossible, Mannix, Fantasy Island, Vega$ and Quincy M.E.

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I’m a huge fan! What a great man!

Our condolences go out to his family and friends.

Rest in peace brother and thanks for the memories.

God Bless.

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