Lasance and scriptwriters have both pointed out that these events impacted on Aden's life and contribute to his destructive personality.
He has also appeared in several American television productions including The Vampire Diaries as Julian, Gaius Julius Caesar in Spartacus and as Edward Clariss/Rival in The Flash.Recently, she’s enjoyed lead roles in two acclaimed Australian series — ‘s main characters in 2006. I was like, ‘Well, at least there’s no way I can ever come back.’ Well, you probably could have. Let’s face it – it felt pretty fitting to leave a soap opera by getting married and then dying. I’ve had a few people come up and talk about how upsetting it was for them – ‘You were my favourite character, it was so, so sad when you died.’ And about the drug storyline that led to my death, especially; a lot of people would come up to me with their own stories.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. You could have played a secret identical twin, or come back as a ghost. I mean really, I’m sure they could have just brought me back from the dead if they wanted to. It makes you think, ‘Wow, a lot of people are really connecting to this.’ And that’s another amazing thing, thinking about people crying for your character; the audience is the whole reason TV exists, but you never really think about it.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.It’s easier to do that with a soap like , which is about real people going through real things.A friend of mine made a really good point about it recently. 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. The other thing is, that was the last scene I ever shot for my final ever moment on screen, which was pretty intense. It’s really unusual to get that involved in something you’re in, but it was really upsetting to watch that scene.In 2007, Lasance was asked to return on another guest contract, though was promoted to the regular cast soon after.Aden is characterised as a "bad boy" who goes on a journey to become one of the "good guys".