Ace Ventura

Ace Ventura is a fictional character, created by screenwriters Jack Bernstein, Tom Shadyac and Steve Oedekerk. Ace was played by Jim Carrey in the films (Ace Ventura: Pet Detective, released in 1994, and Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls, released in 1995.) He was voiced by Michael Daingerfield (credited as Michael Hall) in the animated television series.

Read more about Ace Ventura:  Biography, Development, Personality, The Mask: The Animated Series, Reception

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Ace Ventura - Reception
... Ace was ranked the 60th Greatest Movie Character in a November, 2008 list by Empire Magazine ...
Ace Ventura Jr: Pet Detective
... Ace Ventura Jr Pet Detective (also known as Ace Ventura Jr ... and Ace Ventura 3) is a 2009 telefilm, and the third installment in the Ace Ventura film series ... It is a direct to video spin-off sequel to the films Ace Ventura Pet Detective and Ace Ventura When Nature Calls, although Jim Carrey does not appear in the film ...
List Of Films: A - A - Aa-Ae
1960) (1988) Accused (1936) Accused of Murder (1956) The Accused Uncle Shangang (1994) Ace Drummond (1936) Ace High (1919) (1968) Ace in the Hole (195. 2008) Aces Go Place series Aces Go Places (1982) Aces Go Places 2 (1983) Aces Go Places 3 (1984) Aces Go Places 4 (1986) Aces High (1976) Aces Iron ...
O Entertainment - Films and Series
... Ace Ventura Pet Detective (live-action film) (1994, co-production with Morgan Creek Productions and Warner Bros ... Pictures) Ace Ventura Pet Detective (animated series) (1995-2000, co-production with Morgan Creek Productions, Nelvana Limited, and Warner Bros ... Pictures) Ace Ventura When Nature Calls (1995, co-production with Morgan Creek Productions and Warner Bros ...
Ace Ventura: The CD-Rom Game
... Ace Ventura The CD-Rom Game is an adventure game for the PC released on October 31, 1996 by 7th Level ... The game is based on the Ace Ventura animated series ...

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