Stephen T. Otter
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In December 2004, Stephen T. Otter was finally allowed to audition for the role of Ro Nevin, who was being recast due to Arthur Bosserman's departure from the show. Unfortunately, Mr. Otter was not cast in the role, but he did come in second place during the audition process.
While it was rumored for some time that Mr. Otter's full name was Hairy P. Otter, Hidden Frontier staff have confirmed that his first name is Stephen.
Although he has been dealt several setbacks in his acting career of late, Stephen T. Otter continues to solicit members of the cast and crew for more coverage. He is well noted for his cunning and his people skills. And not for his acting skills, unfortunately.
While initially a rival of Stephen's, Bobby Rice, the actor who played Ro Nevin from 2004-2007, seems to have reconciled with Stephen T. Otter in recent days. During an on-camera interview with Bobby, Carlos Pedraza facilitated a burying of the hatchet. They have since remained good friends.
Rick Pike has interceded on Stephen T. Otter's behalf on numerous occasions, and apparently is an untiring ally to have Stephen T. Otter accepted as a star in one of the Hidden Frontier Productions shows.
On several occassions, J.T. Tepnapa has expressed an aversion to working with Stephen T. Otter in a professional context. Jennifer Cole has also been known to discourage excessive amounts of conversation on the topic of Stephen T. Otter in the Hidden Frontier Chat Room, usually to no avail.
Sparky T. Dolphin, known as brief rival, also had some disparging remarks towards Stephen T. Otter. They eventually settled their differences by uniting to work together in a common goal to protect their aquatic environments from overfishing and pollution.