|Died||6 October 2021 (aged 70)|
Home was born in Belfast, Northern Ireland, on 18 October 1950, and emigrated to Australia with his family when he was 16. He finished his education in Australia, and spent three years there as an actor and teacher, before returning to the United Kingdom to train at The Drama Studio London, and graduated in July 1977.
Home filmed minor roles in Return of the Jedi, and worked as a puppeteer on Little Shop of Horrors, operating Audrey II the flesh-eating plant. Other film work includes London Boulevard and Hideo Nakata's Chatroom.
His television appearances include: Casualty, The Boot Street Band, Spitting Image, Situation Critical, Jenny's War, Keeping Mum, Harry's Mad, Time Gentlemen Please, Pay & Display, Paul Dreams of Bette, The Scarlet and the Black and Shane.
In the West End of London he appeared in stage productions No Sex Please, We're British at the Strand Theatre, in The Arabian Nights at the Arts Theatre and in The Blue Angel with the Royal Shakespeare Company at the Gielgud Theatre. He was in ten plays at the Polka Theatre in Wimbledon, London, where he lived.
|1983||Return of the Jedi||Tessek / Captain Verrack, Mon Calamari officer||Uncredited|
|1985||Jenny's War||Passport official||Television film|
|1993–1994||The Boot Street Band||Mr Prince||11 episodes|
|2000||Casualty||Lock||Episode: Marking Time|
|2002||Time Gentlemen Please||Leprechaun||Episode: Wishing on a Bar|
- Newbold, Mark. Interview with Gerald Home, 11 March, 2005
- Gerald Home, Equity member profile
- Geraldhome.com website
- Burns, James (6 October 2021). "Tessek and Mon Calamari Officer Gerald Home Dies, Aged 70". Jedi News.
- Newbold, Mark (6 October 2021). "Rest in peace Gerald Home". Fantha Tracks.