Frankie Pace

Frankie Pace

About Frankie Pace

Frankie Pace began his career in a Long Island comedy club called 'The White House Inn' working alongside Eddie Murphy, Rob Bartlett, Jackie Martling, Bob Nelson, Bob Woods, Richie Minnervini, Rosie O'Donnell, Jim Myers and Don McHenry. After a few years he went to New York City where he passed as a regular at 'Catch A Rising Star', 'The Comic Strip' and 'The Improvisation'. There he rubbed shoulders with Robin Williams, Elaine Boozler, Richard Belzer, Bill Maher, Sam Kinison, Adam Sandler, Dom Irerra, John Mendoza and Chris Rock. Frankie's first national exposure was in 1984 on Saturday Night Live. Frankie also wrote and hosted his own television show for Night Flight on the USA network called 'Rickshaws' Takeout Theater'.

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