That's when he had to move out of the nest and really grow up." Bibby went on to explain that after Anne left, Lance was "on his own" and that moving in with Toadfish Rebecchi (Ryan Moloney) and Joel Samuels (Daniel Mac Pherson) gave him the chance to "let loose" and have some fun.Of Lance's friendship with Toadie and Joel, Bibby said "Together, we have this dynamic and kind of compliment each other, I guess you could say.We bounce off each other and we know how each other works, yet were are constantly thrown into situations that we have to try and get ourselves out of.
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Lance Charles Wilkinson (also Hails) is a fictional character from the Australian soap opera Neighbours, played by Andrew Bibby.
He made his first on-screen appearance on 3 October 1995.
During the audition, Bibby had to share a scene with various girls to see how they looked together as twins.
Brooke Satchwell, an actress Bibby had met before, came in and was given the role of Lance's sister, Anne.
Bibby's first day of filming was on location outside the coffee shop set, a day later the actor had to perform a kissing scene with his co-star Rebecca Ritters (Hannah Martin). " When he was asked how Lance has changed in the three and half years he had been on the show, Bibby said "He's changed a lot, and needless to say, has grown up a great deal.I suppose the biggest change for him was when his family left - his mum Ruth, and the inlaws, Phil and Hannah.Bibby was cast in the recurring role of Lance after an audition.After a year, Bibby auditioned for another character called John and the writers chose to turn him into Lance.Lance was a bookish, paranoid boy, with a kind heart and keen wit.Lance departed on 29 March 2001, but Bibby reprised his role in July 2005 for the show's 20th anniversary.