Dominic Pace began his studying with members of the Actors Studio Mimi Turque and Susan Batson in 1995. He then moved on to William Esper’s two-year program where he studied under Terry Knickerbocker. He has been awarded “Best Actor” at the 2004 Palm Beach International Film Festival for his performance in the independent feature, Little Kings. He was a member of The MET Theater Company and the Tim Robbins Company, The Actors’ Gang in Los Angeles. During the Pandemic of 2020 and 2021, Pace toured the country in an effort to support Small Business Comic Shops. Through autographs of his Gekko character from The Mandalorian, he helped raise over $35,000 for the stores, along with over $10,000 for charity. Mayors of Houston, TX and Sioux City, IA named a day after him in recognition for his contribution to the local economy. The Mayor of Cleveland, TN awarded Pace with the Key to the City.