(written from a Production point of view)
Toni Pace Carstensen, also known simply as Tony Pace, is the Visual Effects Producer for CBS Digital, the group currently working on Star Trek: The Original Series Remastered, which began in 2006. She was even seen as a Starfleet extra on the mall at the new matte painting for the episode "The Menagerie, Part I".
Pace (along with fellow CBS Digital co-workers Jimmy Berndt, Brian Vogt, and Craig Weiss) was nominated for a Visual Effects Society Award in Outstanding Supporting Visual Effects in a Broadcast Program for her work on the pilot episode of Bryan Fuller's hit ABC series, Pushing Daisies.
Pace has produced the visual effects for Wim Wenders' 1997 drama The End of Violence (featuring Daniel Benzali and Rosalind Chao), the 1997 horror/comedy An American Werewolf in Paris, the 1999 sports drama Any Given Sunday (co-written by John Logan), and the 2004 comedy Win a Date with Tad Hamilton!. She was also digital production manager for 1999's Fantasia/2000 and was visual effects post-production coordinator on 2005's Snakes on a Plane (directed by David Richard Ellis).
In 2007, she was associate producer on the TV documentary mini-series, The Writing Code. The following year, she played Nurse Tyson in the comedy Tales from the Catholic Church of Elvis!, which featured Gwen Van Dam.