More Than Just Trevor from GTA: 4 Best Steven Ogg TV Performances
Steven Ogg brings some of the most unique characters to life.
Steven Ogg is widely recognized as the actor who played Trevor in the popular video game GTA V. While it’s truly difficult to overshadow this character, Steven Ogg appeared in various TV shows where he proved that he can shine in any role.
Simon in The Walking Dead
In The Walking Dead, Simon is a high-ranking member of the Saviors. He is involved in numerous conflicts and power struggles, enforcing Negan’s rule with an iron fist.
His unpredictable nature and willingness to go to extremes make him a character that viewers love to hate. Fans were glad to see Steven Ogg in TWD spinoff, Dead City, even though it was a brief flashback scene.
Rebus in Westworld
Rebus is a host in Westworld, designed to be a villain in the park’s various narratives. He is involved in several storylines, including attacking the Abernathy residence and being part of violent confrontations.
Rebus is crass, shameless, and easily provoked into violence, which makes him a true antagonist in the series. His character undergoes recalibration, turning him into "the most virtuous, quickest gun in the West."
Sobchak in Better Call Saul
This guy is special. Sobchak, appearing in Better Call Saul, is a private investigator known for his straightforward demeanor. Though his role is brief, he leaves a lasting impression, thanks to Steven Ogg’s ability to make even minor characters memorable.
Sobchak’s interactions with the main characters, especially with Saul Goodman, was pure gold.
Pike in Snowpiercer
Snowpiercer is a gripping TV series set in a dystopian future where the Earth has become a frozen wasteland, and the remnants of humanity inhabit a perpetually moving train called the Snowpiercer.
Steven Ogg’s character, Pike, is a Tailie aboard the Snowpiercer, representing the lower class of the train’s societal hierarchy. He is rebellious, resilient, and adaptable, navigating the challenges of life on the train.
Pike plays a crucial role in the series’ unfolding drama and rebellion, as he fights against the oppressive system and seeks equality for all passengers.