Lance Smart was a character in Ho
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Lance Smart in 1988.

me And Away from Episode 0 (Episode Pilot) (17 January 1988) to 1990 followed by guest appearances in every year from 2000 to 2006, last appearing in Ep 4330 (1 Dec 2006). Lance formed a double act with fellow brainless friend Martin Dibble, what would be considered a "bromance" in todays society. Both wreaked havoc in Summer Bay. Lance was played by Peter Vroom.



Lane Smart was born in 1968 to Les Smart and Colleen Smart. Lance was their only child. As he grew up he became friends with fellow Summer Bay resident Martin Dibble and the two cheeky youngsters caused havoc in the Bay with their pranks. In 1985 Donald Fisher expelled them from Summer Bay High School.

1988-1990, 2000-2006Edit

Lance Smart and his friend Martin Dibble worked for Clive Fisher at his oyster farm. The two delinquents terrorised Summer Bay with their wind ups and pranks. In January 1988 they teased Carly Morris and Bobby Simpson and Carly released the handbrake on their truck. It rolled down the hill and crashed into Walter Bertram's car as he was backing out of the school. Clive fired them. Lance and Martin's get rich quick scheme rarely worked and often ended up in disaster. However, in July 1988, Lance won $500'000. He started spending it on fast cars, and was even seen as "The Bank Of Lance" by Summer Bay residents, they kept asking him for loans. Lance soon blew the money.

Memorable infoEdit

Birthday: 1968

Full Name: Lance Smart

First Line: "Yeah, right, check it out!" (to Martin, when they see Carly and Lynn for the first time)

Last Line:

Lance is the half cousin of Bobby Marshall and Alan Fisher. They all share 1 grandfather, Gordon Stewart, through a relationship he had with Lances gran before he married Bobby and Alan's gran.


Father Les Smart

Mother Colleen Smart

Siblings Maureen Evans (Half, same mother)

Spouse Debbie Smart (2000-)

Children Maggie Smart

Grandfathers Gordon Stewart

Grandmothers Mavis Hickie

See AlsoEdit

Lance Smart - List of appearances