Lane Davies took the summers off from Santa Barbara to do theater work. In the summer of 1989, Davies left the show after reportedly arguing with Nancy Lee Grahn. Davies has been reported as saying that his departure from Santa Barbara, this time, is permenant. Davies never returned to the role of Mason Capwell. Terry Lester replaced Davies as Mason Capwell in September, 1989.
Lane founded the Santa Susana Repertory Company in 1998.
Lane is the son of Bill and Emily Davies.
Lane has two older brothers, Bruce and George, and one younger brother, Whit.
Lane and Holly have two sons, Thatcher Lee and Nathan Hamilton.
Lane married Holly Swann in 1990, but the two are now divorced.
Lane was a nominee in the category Outstanding Comic Relief Role in the 1986 Soap Opera Awards for his portrayal of Mason Capwell on Santa Barbara.
Lane was a nominee in the category Outstanding Lead Actor in the 1986, 1988, and 1990 Soap Opera Awards, for his portrayal of Mason Capwell on Santa Barbara.
Lane played Allan Fogerty in the 1978 film The Magic of Lassie.
Lane played Billy in the 1984 film Body Double.
Lane played Steve Barret in the 1985 film Impure Thoughts.
Lane played Chad Peller in the 1986 film Funland.
Lane played a lab technician in the 1987 film Dead Aim.
Lane portrayed Curtis Thorpe on Woops!.
Lane portrayed Captain Rex Parker on The Crew.
Lane portrayed Dr. Eric Haan on Good & Evil.
Lane portrayed Paul Kellogg on The Mommies in 1995.
Lane portrayed Mason Capwell on Santa Barbara from 1984 to 1989.
Lane portrayed Dr. Cameron Lewis on General Hospital from November 2002 to February 2004.