Todd lasance dating Online flirting no sign up
In 2005, Todd Lasance auditioned for the role of Jack Holden; however, actor Paul O'Brien secured the role.
The serial's producers called Lasance back, offering him the part of Aden, which was a guest role lasting six weeks.
Aden also gained recognition as being a popular "bad boy" from Inside Soap.
For his portrayal of Aden, Lasance won the award for the "Most Popular Actor" at the 2009 Logie Awards.
When Lasance returned to the serial in 2007, he described Aden as being "an absolute bad-arse".
When he read the scripts, he thought Aden seemed like an idiot and that viewers would take a dislike to the character.
Aden's backstory played a substantial role in his early material.
His childhood was plagued with sexual abuse at the hands of his grandfather, while Aden's father, Larry Jefferies (Paul Gleeson) became an alcoholic.
Certain media outlets enjoyed Aden and Belle's romance citing the moment they were torn apart as a "sad loss".Lasance and scriptwriters have both pointed out that these events impacted on Aden's life and contribute to his destructive personality.As Aden begins to trust others again, he gains a close circle of friends including Nicole Franklin (Tessa James), Roman Harris (Conrad Coleby) and Morag Bellingham (Cornelia Frances).Lasance said he was glad Aden was not killed off because it was a "realisation of his potential".
While he had no immediate plans to return, he also said he would like to return one day to "see what Aden's up to"."[As Aden] I've been in a car accident, I nearly killed my dad, I've been abused, my dad got held at gunpoint, my dad was an alcoholic and the diner collapsed on me so I've been in hospital three times.We're talking 12 months here so he's had a pretty rough trot.