Judy Pace was born in Los Angeles, California on June 15, 1942. She graduated from Dorsey High School in 1960. After graduating from high school, she attended Los Angeles City College where she majored in sociology. While in college she received an offer to join the Ebony Fashion Fair tour. Judy became the youngest model for Ebony Fashion Fair’s 1961-1962 national tour.

In 1963 Judy made her feature film debut in “13 Frightened Girls.” She would later appear in "The Thomas Crown Affair," "Three in the Attic," "Cotton Comes to Harlem," "The Fortune Cookie," "Up in the Cellar" and "Cool Breeze." Her telefilm credits include "The Young Lawyers," "Brian’s Song" and "Sucker Free City."

Judy has made tv guest appearances in numerous shows including “Bewitched,” “Batman,” “I Spy,” “The Mod Squad, “ “O’Hara, U.S. Treasury,” “Medical Center,” “The New People,” “Sanford & Son,” “What’s Happening” and “Ironside.” She was a series regular in “Peyton Place” for one season and “The Young Lawyers.”

In 1972 Judy married actor Don Mitchell and they had two children. After divorcing Don Mitchell in 1986, she married baseball player Curt Flood who passed away in 1997.

Judy's film credits include the following:

Check out the following sites for additional information about Judy:

Judy Pace@Internet Movie Database
Judy Pace@Tv.com
Judy Pace@The HistoryMakers
Spotlight On Judy Pace