Todd Lasance Wiki, Age, Wife, Children, Height, Net Worth, Family, Parents

Todd Lasance Biography

Todd Lasance (Todd James Lasance) is an Australian actor, best recognized for his roles in Australian television including Aden Jefferies on Home and Away, Cam Jackson on Rescue: Special Ops, Ben McMahon on Crownies, and Major Sydney “Syd” Cook on ANZAC Girls. He has also appeared in American television roles, such as Julius Caesar on Spartacus: War of the Damned, Julian on The Vampire Diaries, and Edward Clariss / Rival on The Flash. In 2020, he partnered with Spartacus co-star Liam McIntyre to create the gaming series Get Good for the Retro Replay YouTube channel, following a charity Livestream benefiting Black Summer.

In 2006, he made his acting debut on the teen drama series Blue Water High. In 2007, he was cast in the Seven Network soap opera series Home and Away as Aden Jefferies, which is generally recognized as his breakout role. In October 2007, Seven announced he would become a regular for its 2008 season. In May 2009, he won the Logie Award for Most Popular Actor. In December 2009, he announced he would be leaving the series with a view to pursuing his acting career in America. He filmed his final scenes on December 11, 2009. In 2008, Lasance made his film debut with a small role in the film Fool’s Gold. In 2010, he was cast in one of the planned film spin-offs to the Australian crime drama 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. He portrayed police detective Dean Thomas who was part of the investigation team. The film premiered on February 7, 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. 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 recurring role on the third season of the adventure drama series Rescue: Special Ops. He played the role of Cam Jackson, a member of a rival rescue firm that competes with the show’s main team. In January 2011, he was confirmed to be a principal character on the ABC1 legal drama series Crownies in which he played the charismatic young lawyer Ben McMahon. The series reunited Lasance with his former Home and Away cast member Indiana Evans. The series premiered on July 14, 2011, and ran for one season.

After his appearance on Crownies, he was cast in the Nine Network television film The Great Mint Swindle in the role of Peter Mickelberg, one of three Mickelberg brothers suspected of involvement in the Perth Mint Swindle. The film premiered on March 11, 2012, to mixed reviews from critics. In 2012, he played the role of the young Julius Caesar in the fourth and final season of the American historical action series Spartacus: War of the Damned. The season premiered on January 25, 2013. Lasance reprised his role of Ben McMahon in the Crownies spin-off Janet King in 2017. He attended St. Philip’s Christian College and studied drama as part of his Higher School Certificate before receiving further formal training as an actor at Screenwise in Sydney. In December 2008, he returned to Screenwise to teach a short-acting course for young students. In December 2008, he appeared in the music video of the song “Favourite Habit”, by Mark Furze’s band Falcon Road. He was a candidate for the 2009 Cleo Bachelor of the Year. He was involved in a car accident on August 10, 2008, in which his Toyota Supra collided with an elderly woman’s Honda Civic. He and his passenger escaped with minor injuries, while the elderly driver was taken to hospital in a serious condition but later recovered sufficiently to be released.

Todd Lasance Age

He was born on February 18, 1985 in Newcastle, Australia.

Todd Lasance Wife

He is married to his wife Jordan Wilcox and have a child together.

Todd Lasance Children

He has one child, Charlie Rose Lasance born in 2016 .

Todd Lasance Family

He is the son of Robert and Jan Lasance and has an older brother, Chad. He and his family lived in the town of Medowie, New South Wales before moving to the nearby city of Newcastle in 2002.

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