Stewart Moss is a film and television actor who was active from the mid-1960s to the early '90s. In 1964, Moss made his TV debut on an episode of the adventure drama "The Fugitive" and then hit the big screen the following year as Ensign Balch in Otto Preminger's epic Pearl Harbor-era war drama, "In Harm's Way," which starred John Wayne and Kirk Douglas. Moss made two additional films through the decade (those of the forgettable variety) but began to gain a bit of popular traction on TV with a multi-episode stint on the war comedy "Hogan's Heroes," beginning in 1965. He also appeared on two episodes of the sci-fi classic "Star Trek," which has such a fervent fan following that it virtually assured Moss of some modicum of immortality. Though Moss continued to land numerous guest spots on television through the '70s and '80s (and even into the '90s), the appearances were primarily only for an episode or two. An important exception was Moss' co-starring role as Lieutenant Colonel Korn in the 1973 TV movie "Catch-22," which starred Richard Dreyfuss and was based on Richard Heller's classic novel. In film, meanwhile, Moss' biggest role came as the star of the 1974 horror film "The Bat People," which co-starred Moss's wife, Marianne McAndrew. In 1980, he reunited with "The Bat People" director Jerry Jameson for a supporting part in the action thriller "Raise the Titanic," which was adapted from a Clive Cussler novel.