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Skip Homeier (George Vincent Homeier)

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Biography

Chicago, Illinois, USA
Beginning on radio in his native Chicago at age six ("Portia Faces Life"), child/juvenile actor Skippy Homeier (ne George Vincent Homeier) came to films at age 14 with Tomorrow, the World! (1944), originally a 1943 Broadway drama starring Ralph Bellamy and Shirley Booth, taking his role as a callous Nazi youth successfully to the screen the following year opposite Fredric March and Betty Field. Read more...

Actor

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Character: Carl Pennock

Has Anybody Seen My Gal 1952

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Character: John Amberly

Black Widow 1954

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Character: Buddy Ferris

Dawn at Socorro 1954

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Character: John Railton

No Road Back 1957

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Character: Arnold Markwell

Voyage of the Yes 1973

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Character: Minister Boyle

How the West Was Won 1977

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Character: Jim

Insight 1960

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Character: Charles Cadell

Run for Your Life 1965

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Character: Dr. Robert Scanlon

The Incredible Hulk 1978

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Character: Frankie Salmo

The Loretta Young Show 1953

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Character: Pvt. Swanson Co.G

Between Heaven and Hell 1956

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Character: Dick Carr

The Alcoa Hour 1955

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Character: Carl Birmingham

The Streets of San Francisco 1972

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Character: Sgt. Ben Fairley

Police Woman 1974

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Character: Lieutenant Commander Randolph Kiley

The Defenders 1961

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Character: Brud Evans

The Rifleman 1958

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Character: Paul Lynnaker

Burke's Law 1963

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Character: Major January Gruner

Mission: Impossible 1966

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Character: Judge Older

Helter Skelter 1976

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Character: Sgt. O'Conner

Garrison's Gorillas 1967

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Character: Harry Graham

The DuPont Show of the Week 1961

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Character: Frederick Barr

Vega$ 1978

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Character: Chief Investigator Gregory

The Bionic Woman 1976

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Character: Tommy Grove

Waterfront 1954

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Character: Cleve Roarke

Zane Grey Theater 1956

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