Jackson Pace is an American actor who has gained a lot of success as an actor just in his teenage years. However, seeing some of his performances, he is no less than other actors who have a long experience in the field.
Honoring his talents, he was also nominated for Screen Actors Guild Awards for Outstanding Performances by an Ensemble in a Drama Series in 2012.
Jackson Pace’s Bio: Age & Parents
Jackson Pace stands at a height of 5 feet and 11.5 inches (1.82 meters).
He was born on 19th February 2002 in Boca Raton, Florida, as the youngest of the two sons born to his parents.
He is a family loving person and has shared several pictures of his family members on his social media. He can be seen sharing beautiful moments with his father, mother, Christine Pace, and elder brother, Hunter Pace.
Jackson Pace with his parents, brother, and grandmother on 30th May 2017 (Source: Jackson's Instagram)
Jackson became stuck to acting from a very young age. When he was only three-years-old, he began to do commercials. Fast forward only a year later, he made his TV debut by acting on the 2006’s episode of Barney & Friends.
From then onwards, making Johnny Depp as his acting idol, he continued to perform in various projects. In 2007, he played the role of Adam in the film, Never Forever and the role of Billy Gaffney in The Gray Man. He also played the role of a kid in the TV series, Law & Order: Criminal Intent in the same year.
By now, he has accumulated a long list of acting credits establishing himself as a promising personality in the American entertainment industry.
Movies & TV shows
Jackson Pace has acted in several movies and TV shows, which has earned him both name and fame in his career started from childhood.
Most notable of his TV series credits is Everybody Hates Chris in 2008, Criminal Minds in 2012, Homeland from 2011 to 2013, Code Black in 2015, Grace & Frankie in 2019, The Walking Dead from 2018 to 2019, and The Right Stuff in 2019.
His performances in movies are also critically acclaimed. Some of such movies are TV movies like Queen Sized in 2008, Ace in the Hole in 2009, A Walk in My Shoes in 2010, Criminal Minds in 2012, Jimmy in 2013, and Boy Genius and Just A Drill both played in 2019.