His childhood was plagued with sexual abuse at the hands of his grandfather, while Aden's father, Larry Jefferies (Paul Gleeson) became an alcoholic.Lasance and scriptwriters have both pointed out that these events impacted on Aden's life and contribute to his destructive personality.16 August 2009Jordan's best mate Willo is implicated as a suspect in the death of crime boss Sam Jenkins shortly after Dean and Lara rescue Sam from his firebombed nightclub.
Elsewhere, a bet between Dean and the Fire Brigade's Jake Hudson over Lara exposes their naked rivalry in more ways that one. 23 August 2009After a rock thrower causes a fatal collision Chase is left with a dilemma of whether to tell Tamsyn Taylor, the daughter of the woman who died, that the man she always thought was her father Colin is not her real dad and which leads to Tamsyn becoming obsessed with Chase.
Aden Jefferies is a fictional character from the Australian Channel Seven soap opera Home and Away, played by Todd Lasance.
Aden is characterised as a "bad boy" who goes on a journey to become one of the "good guys".
Aden's backstory played a substantial role in his early material.
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.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.It’s a big role for Jess Tovey too, who’s in the middle of her 20s and a peaking career. I imagine that’s one of the hardest things you’ve done. I had such a great time on that show, the cast were really close to each other, so I was saying goodbye to a lot. My family and my friends all got together and held a wake for Belle — we all wore black, lit candles, the whole thing! And then the aftermath, the funeral, when all these characters — who are my friends in real life — are mourning my character, crying, talking about her, how much they miss her; it sounds silly, but it was like watching them miss me, in a way. [Laughs] This is embarrassing, but quite a long time.Recently, she’s enjoyed lead roles in two acclaimed Australian series — ‘s main characters in 2006. And on top of that I was really close to the guy who played my husband [Todd Lasance, who plays Aden Jefferies]. I mean when you leave a show, you mourn the time you’ve spent there – that’s one thing.But there’s one person no one seems to think about: the actor.