Steven 'Bajo' O'Donnell

Actor, TV presenter, Children’s Author, Public speaker, MC, Nerd

Steven 'Bajo' O'Donnell is an Australian television presenter, actor, MC, writer and video game critic. He is mostly known for his television presenting work, as host of the weekly ABC video game review shows Good Game (2007-2016), and children's version Spawn Point (2010-ongoing).
In 2017, Steven can be seen on the team of ABC2’s Whovians, Australia’s companion programme to the BBC Worldwide globally renowned series, Doctor Who. Over the course of the years, Steven has grown to become one of the most well-known video game critics and speakers in Australia, attending conventions and speaking at corporate and public events on a regular basis.
Steven recently co-created and played the lead in the sci-fi narrative comedy Trip For Biscuits, a Screen Australia and ABC ME co-production, which premiered on ABC iView in March 2017. In 2016 in conjunction with Scholastic, Steven co-wrote the children's Book series Pixel Raiders. Eight books have been commissioned, and the series has been sold into US distribution. Steven's other interests lie in improvisational comedy, technology, video games, and science fiction.

Speaker’s event

Creative Careers 2017

Creative Careers 2017
City and Surrounds
27 May, 10:00 am - 04:00 pm