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Todd Lasance

Actor

Todd Lasance, Screenwise Alumni, Anzac Girls

Todd Lasance is one of Australia’s most talented young actors, working both domestically and internationally to great acclaim.

Todd’s international break through role came in 2013 when he received rave reviews for his work as Julius Caesar in the US Starz Network’s Spartacus: War Of The Damned. Todd was subsequently been nominated for a US Saturn Best Supporting Actor Award for this role. Most recently, Todd joined the cast of Vampire Diaries for the CW Network, which has just begun filming its seventh season.

Todd’s other notable credits include ABC TV’s Anzac Girls which received critical acclaim and 3 TV WEEK Logie Award nominations at the 2015 Awards, a starring role in the Nine Network and Cordell Jigsaw’s telemovie, The Great Mint Swindle and a co-lead role in Screentime/ Network Ten mini-series Brothers In Arms.

Todd also played the lead role of Quick Lamb in the critically acclaimed screen realization of Tim Winton’s award winning novel Cloudstreet for the Showtime Network in 2011. His performance earned him a 2012 AACTA Award Nomination for Best Guest or Supporting Actor in a Television Drama.

In the same year, Todd also starred in a lead role in Australian Nine Network’s telemovie Underbelly – Tell Them Lucifer Was Here and followed up with a series guest lead role on Nine’s Rescue Special Ops 3. He completed the year with an ongoing lead role in the ABC TV drama series Crownies produced for ABC Network in Australia. Todd was also nominated for the 2011 IF ‘Out of the Box’ Award.

Winner of the 2009 TV Week Silver Logie for Most Popular Actor in a Television Series for his role as Aden in Home And Away, Todd’s other television credits include guest lead roles in McLeod’s Daughters, Blue Water High and Blackjack – Ghost.

In film, Todd appeared in the Warner Brother’s US feature Fools Gold starring Matthew McConaughey and Kate Hudson and in 2014 filmed Australian feature film Terminus for Shane Abbess’ Storm Entertainment before moving on to the Screentime NZ tele-movie How To Murder Your Wife, both due for release in 2015.

 

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