Tristan was born in Melbourne Australia in 1946. During the 1960's, Tristan was a member of a rock band and then made the transition into acting. He starred in "The Bell Bird" and "The Link Man" on Australian television before moving to Hollywood. In 1980, Tristan auditioned for and got the part of international spy, Robert Scorpio on the wildly popular "General Hospital" on ABC. In 1992, Tristan left the series and went on to other projects including many guest appearances in shows such as "Walker, Texas Ranger", "VIP" and "Babylon 5". He then did voice over work for the popular children's film "The Rescuers Down Under". In 1997, Rogers produced the racing series "Fast Track" for Showtime. Rogers currently lives with his wife Teresa and two children.