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** Two years ''younger'' than Creator/OrlandoBloom despite playing his father. Of course, Elves are immortal and eternally youthful, so it's not quite glaring.
** He was also roughly twelve years younger than Fernando Wood is supposed to be when ''Film/{{Lincoln}}'' takes place.


* ''Film/BodiesBodiesBodies'' (2022)as Greg

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* ''Film/BodiesBodiesBodies'' (2022)as (2022) as Greg


* ''Series/{{Foundation 2021}}'' (2021) as Brother Day

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* ''Series/{{Foundation 2021}}'' ''Series/{{Foundation|2021}}'' (2021) as Brother DayDay
* ''Film/BodiesBodiesBodies'' (2022)as Greg


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Lee Grinner Pace (born March 25, 1979) is the son of a school teacher and an engineer. He was born in Chickasha, Oklahoma, but lived in Saudi Arabia for several years while his father worked in the oil business. After that, they moved to Houston and Lee took up acting, temporarily dropping out of high school to work at the Alley Theatre in Houston, and his career was born.

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Lee Grinner Pace (born March 25, 1979) is the son of a school teacher and an engineer. He was born in Chickasha, Oklahoma, UsefulNotes/{{Oklahoma|USA}}, but lived in Saudi Arabia UsefulNotes/SaudiArabia for several years while his father worked in the oil business. After that, they moved to Houston UsefulNotes/{{Houston}} and Lee took up acting, temporarily dropping out of high school to work at the Alley Theatre in Houston, and his career was born.



* CreatorBacklash: Claims he gave himself "a hard time" over doing ''{{Film/Marmaduke}}'' until numerous children came up to him and said they watched it over and over again.

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* CreatorBacklash: Claims he gave himself "a hard time" over doing ''{{Film/Marmaduke}}'' ''Film/{{Marmaduke}}'' until numerous children came up to him and said they watched it over and over again.



** Two years ''younger'' than Orlando Bloom despite playing his father. Of course, Elves are immortal and eternally youthful, so it's not quite glaring.
** He was also roughly twelve years younger than Fernando Wood is supposed to be when ''{{Film/Lincoln}}'' takes place.

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** Two years ''younger'' than Orlando Bloom Creator/OrlandoBloom despite playing his father. Of course, Elves are immortal and eternally youthful, so it's not quite glaring.
** He was also roughly twelve years younger than Fernando Wood is supposed to be when ''{{Film/Lincoln}}'' ''Film/{{Lincoln}}'' takes place.




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* ''Anime/WeatheringWithYou'' (2019) as Keisuke Suga (English dub)

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* {{Jerkass}}: Aside from [[Series/PushingDaisies Ned]], many of his most notable roles have him playing characters who are incredibly cold, arrogant, rude and generally unpleasant.



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* TallDarkAndHandsome: He stands at 6'5 and is definitely a looker.


* ''Film/TheFall'' (2006) as Roy Walker



* {{Angrish}}: Roy's freak-out in the hospital in ''The Fall'' and scream-crying in the finale of ''Soldier's Girl'' were fueled by Pace's actual frustration and anger. Both scenes took all day to shoot, and Pace was fed up with all the fragmented takes they kept on remaking.

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* {{Angrish}}: Roy's freak-out in the hospital in ''The Fall'' ''Film/TheFall'' and scream-crying in the finale of ''Soldier's Girl'' were fueled by Pace's actual frustration and anger. Both scenes took all day to shoot, and Pace was fed up with all the fragmented takes they kept on remaking.



* CreatorBacklash: Claims he gave himself "a hard time" overdoing ''{{Film/Marmaduke}}'' until numerous children came up to him and said they watched it over and over again.

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* CreatorBacklash: Claims he gave himself "a hard time" overdoing over doing ''{{Film/Marmaduke}}'' until numerous children came up to him and said they watched it over and over again.


* MethodActing: One of the best examples--his character Roy Walker in ''Film/TheFall'' was bedridden and possibly paralyzed. He pretended to be a paraplegic and answered to the name "Roy" for the first 12 weeks of filming so his six-year-old fellow costar Catinca Untaru would act believably. Almost everyone on set thought he had lost the use of his legs in an accident, which the director encouraged. A lot of people were ticked when they found out the truth. A make-up artist apparently fainted with shock when she saw him standing up.

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* MethodActing: One of the best examples--his character Roy Walker in ''Film/TheFall'' was bedridden and possibly paralyzed. He pretended to be a paraplegic and answered to the name "Roy" for the first 12 weeks of filming so his six-year-old fellow costar Catinca Untaru would [[EnforcedMethodActing act believably.believably]]. Almost everyone on set thought he had lost the use of his legs in an accident, which the director encouraged. A lot of people were ticked when they found out the truth. A make-up artist apparently fainted with shock when she saw him standing up.


* BadassBaritone: Lee has a pretty deep voice and this comes in handy when playing characters like Thranduil and [[EvilSoundsDeep Ronan the Accuser]].

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* BadassBaritone: Lee has a pretty deep voice voice, and this comes in handy when playing characters like Thranduil and [[EvilSoundsDeep Ronan the Accuser]].



* CreatorBacklash: Claims he gave himself "a hard time" over doing ''{{Film/Marmaduke}}'' until numerous children came up to him and said they watched it over and over again.

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* CreatorBacklash: Claims he gave himself "a hard time" over doing overdoing ''{{Film/Marmaduke}}'' until numerous children came up to him and said they watched it over and over again.



** Two years ''younger'' than Orlando Bloom, despite playing his father. Of course Elves are immortal and eternally youthful so it's not quite glaring.

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** Two years ''younger'' than Orlando Bloom, Bloom despite playing his father. Of course course, Elves are immortal and eternally youthful youthful, so it's not quite glaring.


* ''Series/{{Foundation}}'' (2020) as Brother Day

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* ''Series/{{Foundation}}'' (2020) ''Series/{{Foundation 2021}}'' (2021) as Brother Day


Pace's first role on the big screen was in 2003, playing the real-life woman Creator/CalperniaAddams in the movie ''Soldier's Girl'', which described her relationship with the late [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Barry_Winchell Barry Winchell.]] Pace is also known for his roles as [[Film/TheFall Roy Walker]], [[Series/PushingDaisies Ned the Piemaker]], [[{{Film/Lincoln}} Rep. Fernando Wood]], and most recently, [[Film/TheHobbit the Elvenking Thranduil]] and [[Film/GuardiansOfTheGalaxy Ronan the Accuser]].

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Pace's first role on the big screen was in 2003, playing the real-life trans woman Creator/CalperniaAddams in the movie ''Soldier's Girl'', which described her relationship with the late [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Barry_Winchell Barry Winchell.]] Pace is also known for his roles as [[Film/TheFall Roy Walker]], [[Series/PushingDaisies Ned the Piemaker]], [[{{Film/Lincoln}} Rep. Fernando Wood]], and most recently, [[Film/TheHobbit the Elvenking Thranduil]] and [[Film/GuardiansOfTheGalaxy Ronan the Accuser]].



* DyeingForYourArt: To play a transsexual in ''Soldier's Girl'', he lost twenty-five pounds.

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* DyeingForYourArt: To play a transsexual trans woman in ''Soldier's Girl'', he lost twenty-five pounds.


* BadassBaritone: Lee has a pretty deep voice and this comes in handy when playing characters like Thranduil and [[EvilSoundsDeep Ronan the Accuser]].



* DyeingForYourArt: To play a transexual in ''Soldier's Girl'', he lost twenty-five pounds.

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* DyeingForYourArt: To play a transexual transsexual in ''Soldier's Girl'', he lost twenty-five pounds.

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* ''Series/{{Foundation}}'' (2020) as Brother Day


Pace's first role on the big screen was in 2003, playing the real-life woman [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Calpernia_Addams Calperina Addams]] in the movie ''Soldier's Girl'', which described her relationship with the late [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Barry_Winchell Barry Winchell.]] Pace is also known for his roles as [[Film/TheFall Roy Walker]], [[Series/PushingDaisies Ned the Piemaker]], [[{{Film/Lincoln}} Rep. Fernando Wood]], and most recently, [[Film/TheHobbit the Elvenking Thranduil]] and [[Film/GuardiansOfTheGalaxy Ronan the Accuser]].

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Pace's first role on the big screen was in 2003, playing the real-life woman [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Calpernia_Addams Calperina Addams]] Creator/CalperniaAddams in the movie ''Soldier's Girl'', which described her relationship with the late [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Barry_Winchell Barry Winchell.]] Pace is also known for his roles as [[Film/TheFall Roy Walker]], [[Series/PushingDaisies Ned the Piemaker]], [[{{Film/Lincoln}} Rep. Fernando Wood]], and most recently, [[Film/TheHobbit the Elvenking Thranduil]] and [[Film/GuardiansOfTheGalaxy Ronan the Accuser]].


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* ''Soldier's Girl'' (2003) as Creator/CalperniaAddams

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