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Anderson Cooper
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Mark Pellegrino
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Peter Jackson
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Tarsem Singh
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Barry Winchell
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Lee Pace

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Lee Pace

American actor add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1979.

Countries: United States (56%), (22%), New Zealand (6%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: Marvel Studios, Bryan Fuller, Anderson Cooper

Linked to: Juilliard School, Klein High School, Interview, United States Army

 

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Lee Pace was born in 1979 add something


2003

Pace first gained recognition for his role in the 2003 film "Soldier's Girl", based on fact, in which he played the central role of Calpernia Addams, a transgender woman dating Army soldier Barry Winchell, played by Troy Garity add something


2004

Pace played Aaron Tyler in the acclaimed but short-lived 2004 television series "Wonderfalls", which was co-created by Bryan Fuller add something


 

In 2006, Pace starred in the two-character play "Guardians" by Peter Morris, which earned Pace his second nomination for a Lortel award as Outstanding Actor add something


2007

Later, Fuller cast Pace in the lead role of Ned in the series "Pushing Daisies" which debuted on ABC in October 2007 and returned for its second and final season on October 1, 2008 add something


2008

He starred in the film "Miss Pettigrew Lives for a Day" and in Tarsem Singh's "The Fall", both released in 2008 add something


2010

In 2010, Pace was cast in the unsold HBO pilot "The Miraculous Year" add something


2011

April 19, 2011 marked Pace's Broadway debut, when "The Normal Heart" began its previews; it opened April 27 at the Golden Theatre add something

 

The show ran for a total of 96 performances, with its closing night on July 10, 2011 add something

 

The Hobbit (film series) - In the early stages of production, the role of Thranduil had been linked to actor Doug Jones but on 29 April 2011, Jackson reported on Facebook that the role had gone to Lee Pace


2012

The previews were originally scheduled for November 13, 2012 but two shows were cancelled as a result of Hurricane Sandy add something

 

Pace has been cast as composer Vincenzo Bellini in "Golden Age", which began previews November 15, 2012 add something

 

The play, written by Terrence McNally, begins its official run at the Manhattan Theatre Club December 4, 2012 add something


2013

In 2013, Pace was cast in the AMC pilot "Halt and Catch Fire" to be directed by Juan J. Campanella add something

 

In April 2013, Pace entered into final negotiations to play the villain in the 2014 Marvel Studios film "Guardians of the Galaxy" add something

 

The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug - On 4 November 2013, a special Desolation of Smaug live online fan event, hosted by Anderson Cooper in New York, was held across eleven different cities with participants including Peter Jackson, Jed Brophy, Evangeline Lilly, Lee Pace, Orlando_Bloom, Luke Evans, Andy Serkis and Richard Armitage


2014

Pace played the villain, Ronan the Accuser, in the 2014 Marvel Studios film "Guardians of the Galaxy" add something


2018

Previews will begin at the Neil Simon Theatre on February 23, 2018, with opening night set on March 25 add something

 

On March 5, 2018, Pace wrote on his official twitter account he views himself as a member of the queer community add something

 

Pace made no comments about his romantic life until June 2018, when he described himself as gay in an interview with "The New York Times" add something