Norman Pace is an English actor and comedian, best known as one half of the comedy duo Hale and Pace with his friend and comic partner Gareth Hale. Former teachers,...Read More
Norman Pace is an English actor and comedian, best known as one half of the comedy duo Hale and Pace with his friend and comic partner Gareth Hale. Former teachers, their comedy partnership has fronted several television programmes, most notably Hale and Pace, Pushing Up Daisies and Jobs for the Boys.
As straight actors, they also fronted the original TV dramatisation of Dalziel and Pascoe; and in 1989 guest-starred together in the Doctor Who serial Survival. Also in 1989, Hale and Pace won the Golden Rose of Montreux. In 2007 they appeared in the Christmas Special of Extras, called The Extra Special Series Finale, playing themselves.
Recently, Norman Pace has taken a direction towards theatre and has starred in Chicago (Adelphi), Breakfast with Jonny Wilkinson and Our Man in Havana at the Nottingham Playhouse. In Summer 2010 he appeared as the detective in a touring production of Peter Gordon comedy Murdered to Death.
He is also a regular presenter for The Open on the Sky Poker channel.
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