Tristan Rogers

Tristan Rogers is a very well-known Australian Actor.

He recently won a Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Performance as a Supporting Actor in 2020.

Tristan was born in Melbourne, Australia.

Tristan’s early acting roles were on Australian television soaps, Bellbird, Number 96 and The Box.

He also was a regular in the Police Drama Series, The Link Men.

Tristan appeared in guest roles in TV series’ while there and appeared in British films before making his way to the United States to continue his career.

He started his US career on the hit ABC Daytime Series, General Hospital, in December 1980 as Robert Scorpio. A recurring role that he has continued to this day.

41 years later he is still Robert Scorpio.

Tristan has recurred as Colin in another long running Daytime Series, The Young and The Restless for many episodes. He also appeared for a season on yet another daytime series, The Bold and The Beautiful.

In between his busy daytime series schedule, Tristan has done many voice actor roles in films.

His well-known roles include starring as Jake in “Rescuers Down Under”, and Wastelander in the video game, “Mad Max”.

Tristan currently can be seen on 3 Series shows.

Besides his long running role on General Hospital, Tristan is also a recurring star on two hit Amazon Prime Emmy Award Winning Series: “The Bay” since 2010 and “Studio City” since 2019.

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