Soon after being cast as the lead in the senior class play, Ace Antonio Hall got the acting bug and earned a BFA from Long Island University, New York with a concentration on acting and screenwriting. Inspired by his father, Chris Acemandese Hall, who penned the lyrics to the jazz classic, "So What", sung by Eddie Jefferson, and his sister, Carol Lynn Brown, who guest starred in the 1970's film, "Velvet Smooth", Ace was torn between choosing a career in music or film.
Ace charted in the music industry as a song producer for the song "Share My Life" and "Changes" by Columbia Recording Artists, Inner City, as well as, played keyboards for the Greg Nice produced track "Dirty Dawg" by New Kids On The Block.
In 2007, Ace became part-owner for the Hollywood Actors Academy in Hollywood, California, and contributed as an Acting Coach and Creative Director.
But in 2009, while working on the television series FlashForward, Ace got a taste of light stunt work for the episode, "Let No Man Put Asunder" and caught the acting bug, again. He has worked in principal roles for a few independent films, including playing the role of Prince Thun in AFTRA's Radio Play: Flash Gordon and being Vanessa William's date in ABC's Desperate Housewives.
Ace's labor of love is writing Zombie Horror with character-driven plots featuring female protagonists.