Steven O'Donnell (Australian actor)
5 December 1980
|Known for||Good Game|
|Height||1.83 m (6 ft 0 in)|
Steven O'Donnell III (born 5 December 1980), better known by his gamer tag and often stage name "Bajo", is an Australian television presenter, actor, and author. He is best known as one of the presenters of the ABC video game programme Good Game from 2007 until its cancellation in 2016; he co-hosted Good Game: Spawn Point until November 2017, and currently streams on Twitch.tv. O'Donnell was born in New Zealand and grew up on the outskirts of Toowoomba.
O'Donnell completed his first lead role in an independent feature called Scratched (DigiSPAA film festival 2005) at the age of 20. He has since appeared in over 40 short films. After moving to Sydney in 2003, O'Donnell was cast in lead roles for the independent films Wango and Malloy and Suburban Boys.
In 2003, O'Donnell played a minor role as a lifeguard in the film Swimming Upstream. In 2005, O'Donnell worked on the feature Almost with Salvatore Coco, Ada Nicodemou and Tony Barry. In 2006, O'Donnell worked on the feature Schooner of Blood.
O'Donnell joined the ABC show Good Game in 2007, co-hosting alongside Jeremy "Junglist" Ray until 2009, and Stephanie "Hex" Bendixsen from 2009 to the show's cancellation in 2016. He also co-hosts the show Good Game: Spawn Point, alongside Gus "Goose" Ronald and Angharad "Rad" Yeo; which he hosted alongside Bendixsen until her departure in 2016. For these shows, he goes by the alias "Bajo". O'Donnell resigned from the ABC in October 2017, and departed Spawn Point in December.
In 2016, O'Donnell co-wrote two children's books with Bendixsen called Dig World  and Dragon Land. He began part-time streaming of video games on Twitch.tv in March 2017, and became full-time following his resignation from the ABC in December 2017. He is well known on the streaming platform for his repertoire of unique padding clips that are used in the livestream.
|2004||Suburban Boys||Bob||Independent film|
|2006||Wango and Malloy||Angus||Independent film|
|2007||Almost an iota of supreme genius covalent theory"||William||Independent film|
|Untitled/The Trees||Boyd / Narrator||Short film|
|The Catalpa Rescue||John Boyle O'Reilly||uncredited|
|2009||Schooner of Blood||Jack|
|2005||headLand||Student D||Series 1, Episode 23|
|Stepfather of the Bride||Andre||Television movie|
|2007–16||Good Game||Himself||Presenter, Producer|
|2010||Review with Myles Barlow||Himself||Series 2, Episode 2|
|2010–17||Good Game: Spawn Point||Himself||Presenter|
|2011||Bit Com and the Oblivion Ray||Himself||Aired on ABC3|
|Cricket Smackdown||Himself||Aired on ABC3|
|2012||My Great Big Adventure||Himself||Episode 3|
|Tennis Smackdown||Himself||Aired on ABC3|
|Dance music clip||Lead|
|2013||ABC3 Beach Soccer Smackdown||Himself||Aired on ABC3|
|#7DaysLater||Ghost Soldier||Episode 6|
|2013–14||Good Game: Pocket Edition||Himself||Presenter|
|2014||ABC3 Smackdown Games||Himself||Aired on ABC3|
|2017||Trip For Biscuits||Co-creator, Lead|
|2017||ABC’s New Year’s Eve special||Unaccredited, Enthusiastic Jazz Dancer||Aired on the 31st of December 2017|
- Bajo, Good Game (ABC2)
- Bajostream, Twitch.
- Bajo's Clip Show Episode, Good Game (ABC2).
- Daal, Joel Van (1 November 2017). "Bajo departs ABC". MCV Pacific. Retrieved 1 November 2017.
- Knox, David (24 March 2017). "Rove to host Doctor Who panel on ABC2". TV Tonight. Retrieved 25 March 2017.
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