Since the early days of Jerry Seinfeld Frankie has always proven to be a hit, never a miss. Joan Rivers dubbed him a "Lovable Madman". Robins Williams proclaimed "Crazy Frankie I love him" Bill Ervolino of the New York Post says:"The room was fill with so much good nature laughter you wouldn't hear a tractor fall through the roof."
Whether performing inside the Mohegan Sun Arena for 8000, a corporate show of 500, a intimate party of 50, you are sure to enjoy the talents of this gifted comedian.
Frankie's credits include: Saturday Night Live, The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, The Joan Rivers Show, The Cosby Show, The Soprano's The Bernie and Sid Show W77ABCNY
Price Range: (phone number hidden)
Gig Length: 20 - 50 minutes
Unions: SAG, Aftra
What to Expect
Every so often a character surfaces that seems to touch the hearts of viewers, and much as Charlie Chaplin and Red Skelton made their audiences love them, so today is a comic named Frankie Pace affecting people. To Frankie Pace the world is not only a stage--it’s a playground. It is rare that a comedian has this much fun making others have fun.
Frankie Pace’s humor tends to be silly, but it’s infectious, reflecting his enjoyment of his comedic art. Frankie's relaxed, and works the crowd with confidence. His haphazard approach is refreshing and it accentuates both his simple gags and his friendly personality.
To attempt to define Frankie Pace is disastrous. A standup comic he is the direct antithesis of everything a stand up comic is supposed to be. We can label him an impressionist, but that’s too easy. He does impressions, but they are impressions of people and things no one else in his right mind would think of doing. Who goes around imitating a CB radio channel, a lawn sprinkler or the first astronaut to sneeze during a space walk?
At one point Pace suddenly and mysteriously begins to radiate a whiff of Chaplin. He is sad and we are laughing. It is an extraordinary piece of business, we are laughing with tears in our eyes, identifying with every one of his characters and reveling in the total enjoyment of his set.
Frankie Pace has appeared on such T.V. shows as Make Me Laugh, The Cosby Show, Saturday Night Live and The Late Show. As well as, sharing the stage
Frankie Pace began his stage career on Long Island performing at the now defunct "White House Inn". There he rubbed shoulders with Eddie Murphy, Jackie Martling, Rosie O'Donnell, Rob Bartlett, Bob Nelson and Jim Meyers just to name a few.
He was later accepted as a regular into these New York City comedy clubs.
"Catch a Rising Star", “The Comic Strip” “The Improvisation” The Comedy Cellar and headlined at "Dangerfields" for three years.
Frankie now rubbed shoulders with Robin Williams, Dom Irrera, Bill Mahar, John Mendoza, Howie Mandell, Jerry Seinfeld, Rich Jeni, Barry Berry Douglas, Sam Kinison, Larry David, John Stewart, Gilbert Gotfried, Richard Belzer, Joy Behar and Susie Essman just to name a few.
Frankie's First national appearance was performing his act on Saturday Night Live where he met Louise Julia Dryfus, Joe Piscopo, Tim Kizerinski and Jim Belushi.
Frankie later went on to do The Cosby Show meeting Lisa Bonet and Malcom Jamahl Warner, The Joan Rivers Show meeting the group Poison and Rober Urich.
Frankie worked with Maclon Jamahl Warner on "Show offs" playing numerous characters,
He performed on "The Richard Belzer Special" playing numerous characters.
Frankie hosted his own show on USA’s Night-Flight called “Rick Shaw’s Takeout Theatre” playing numerous characters.
He was later honored by receiving the “Charlie”. An award given for best night-club performer, (Later called The American Comedy Awards).
Frankie has appeared with many stars in his career, here are just a few. Juice Newton, Aaron Nevile, Charo, Penn & Teller, Glady's Knight, Roberta Flack, Frank Sinatra Jr., The Pointer Sisters, Joe Piscopo, The Temptations, Cheech n Chong, Robin Williams, Eddie Murphy, Whoopi Goldberg, Joan Jet, Richard Belzer, BB.King, Ben E. King, Bockman Tuner Overdrive, South Side Johnny, Jerry Vale, The Village People, Lani Kazan etc etc etc.
Frankie can often be seen appearing in Freddy Roman's "Catskills on Broadway"
Additional Booking Notes
15' x 15' Stage minimum (where applicable)
Microphone Stand with a round base
A Long Cord or Wireless Microphone
A Sound Man to run Music CD's when required
Past Booked Events
|November 21, 2015||Anniversary Party|
Grandpa's Old Jokes
Influences & Inspiration
George Carlin (early years) Jonathn Winters, Charlie Chaplin, Red Skelton, Richard Pryor (tv styling)
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