Whilst there Dean and Lara discover the body of a missing pilot - hundreds of kilometers from his flight path - but no sign of his fellow passenger and girlfriend Amanda Jackson.
A further search leads them to Amanda but despite Dean's best efforts he is unable to save her.
Lasance was offered the role after previously auditioning for a separate character.
In 2007, Lasance was asked to return on another guest contract, though was promoted to the regular cast soon after.
His childhood was plagued with sexual abuse at the hands of his grandfather, while Aden's father, Larry Jefferies (Paul Gleeson) became an alcoholic.
Aden Jefferies is a fictional character from the Australian Channel Seven soap opera Home and Away, played by Todd Lasance.Belle was a fan-favourite and a focal point of the show for three and a half years, until the actress decided to quit in 2009 — and the writers decided to kill her off. ’ It’s a weird thing to be told, that you’re going to DIE. I was lying on a bed, and he was crying, screaming, and the cast and crew are watching, but I have to be dead. But the finality of it, the fact that this character that you spent so long playing is not going to come back. The other thing is I was 17 when I started on , and I was playing a character who was going through a lot of the same things I was. I really felt connected to her, so in that way it was kind of like losing a friend or something. Did people come up to you on the street after you died, to talk it through?After a hard battle with drugs and a cancer diagnosis, Belle died dramatically in her husband Aden’s arms soon after their honeymoon.? But in some ways it made sense — and I was kind of glad, because it felt pretty final. It’s weird to admit this, you know — it’s a TV show — but I was with those people for ten hours a day for four years. People still come up to me to talk about it, which is weird.Tiene dos hermanas Amelia que nació en 1982 y Josephine en 1985.Su tío es Michael Gleeson, un periodista australiano, que en 1998 dejó su trabajo para convertirse en el director de comunicaciones del primer ministro de Tasmania Jim Bacon.