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Todd Lasance

In 2006, Lasance made his acting debut starring on the teen drama television series Blue Water High.In 2007 Lasance was cast in the Seven Network soap opera television series Home and Away as Aden Jefferies, which is generally recognised as Lasance's breakout role. In October 2007 Seven announced Lasance would become a series regular once the series returned for its 2008 season.In May 2009 Lasance won the Silver Logie for Most Popular Actor.In December 2009 Lasance announced he would be leaving the series with a view to pursuing his acting career in America. Lasance filmed his final scenes on 11 December 2009. In 2008, Lasance made his film debut with a small role in the film Fool's Gold.In 2010, Lasance was cast in one of the planned movie spin-offs to the Australian crime drama television series Underbelly. The film Underbelly Files: Tell Them Lucifer Was Here concerns the murder of two Victorian police officers and the subsequent hunt for their killers. Lasance portrayed police detective Dean Thomas who was part of the investigation team. The film premiered on 7 February 2011. In March 2010, the Sydney Morning Herald reported Lasance had signed on to co-star in the drama mini-series Cloudstreet, based on the Tim Winton novel of the same name, in which he played the role of Quick Lamb. The story follows the lives of two working-class Australian families who live together on One Cloud Street and was filmed in Perth, Western Australia. The series premiered on the subscription channel Showcase on 22 May 2011 to positive reviews from critics. In September 2010, Nine Network announced Lasance had signed on to appear in a seven-episode recurring arc on the third season of the adventure drama television series Rescue: Special Ops. Lasance played the role of Cam Jackson, a member of a rival rescue firm which competes with the show's main team. In January 2011, Lasance was confirmed to be a principal character on the ABC1 legal drama television series Crownies in which he played the charismatic young lawyer Ben McMahon. The series reunited Lasance with his former Home and Away cast mate Indiana Evans. The series premiered on 14 July 2011 and ran for one season. After his appearance in Crownies, Lasance was cast in the Nine Network television film The Great Mint Swindle in the role of central character Peter Mickelberg, one of three Mickelberg brothers suspected of involvement in the most famous gold heist in Australia's history. The film premiered on 11 March 2012 to mixed reviews from critics. In 2012, Lasance played the role of the young Julius Caesar in the third and final season of the American historical action television series Spartacus: War of the Damned. The season premiered on 25 January 2013.

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Feb 17, 1985
Movie/TV Credits:
First Appeared:
In the movie The Divorce Party
Latest Project:
Series Underbelly Files: Chopper 2018-02-11
Known For
Poster of Underbelly Files: Tell Them Lucifer Was Here
Poster of Spartacus
Poster of The Vampire Diaries
Poster of Home and Away
Movie The Divorce Party Chad 2019
Series Underbelly Files: Chopper Syd Collins 2018-02-11
Movie How to Murder Your Wife Mark Everitt 2015-08-13
Series ANZAC Girls Lt. Sydney 'Syd' Cook 2014-08-10
Series Bikie Wars: Brothers in Arms 2012-05-15
Movie The Great Mint Swindle Peter Mickelberg 2012-03-11
Movie Underbelly Files: Tell Them Lucifer Was Here Det. Sgt Dean Thomas 2011-02-07
Series Crownies Ben McMahon 2011-07-14
Series Cloudstreet Quick Lamb 2011-05-22
Series Spartacus Julius Caesar 2010-01-22
Series The Vampire Diaries Julian 2009-09-10
Series Home and Away Unknown 1988-01-17