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Iverson Roy
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Biographical Information
Real Name: Iverson Roy
Current Location: New York, New York
United States of America
Parents: Kendall Roy (Father)

Rava Roy (Mother)

Siblings: Sophie Roy (Sister)
Family: Logan Roy (Grandfather)

Caroline Collingwood (Grandmother)
Connor Roy (Uncle)
Roman Roy (Uncle)
Siobhan Roy (Aunt)
Tom Wambsgans (Uncle)
Ewan Roy (Great-Uncle)
Marianne Hirsch (First Cousin Once Removed)
Greg Hirsch (Second Cousin)

Affiliations: The Roy Family
Physical Description
Gender: Male
Status: Alive
Character Information
First appearance: Celebration
Portrayed by: Quentin Morales

Iverson Roy is the son of Kendall and Rava Roy, and the younger brother of Sophie Roy. Iverson is likely on the Autism spectrum.

Early Life[]

Season 1[]

Everyone is preparing for Logan's 80th birthday, Logan Roy is greeted by his entire family after he comes out of the elevator. Logan absentmindedly thanks everyone, and introduces Greg Hirsch. He greets all his children and his grandchildren.[1]

Everyone enjoys dinner with Sophie and Iverson sitting in-between their parents. Someone decided to have their traditional game of baseball. The family arrives by helicopter to a baseball field where employees are ready for them to play. They are divided into teams, but soon their father has to leave early to go back to work. The game ends and everyone disperses. Later, their grandfather, Logan begins to have a stroke. They immediately head to the hospital.[1]

At Thanksgiving Rava and Iverson are seen in another room playing with toys, rather than joining the rest of the family. When asked, Rava tells Logan that "transitions are difficult" for Iverson - referencing Iverson's trouble socializing, difficulty coping with large groups of people, and sudden changes in environments. Logan mocks Rava and Iverson, muttering "Oh, transitions are difficult now?" before forcing Iverson to join the rest of the family.

Later, the family plays a memory game. As a result of his stroke, Logan has trouble remembering each line - hence "losing the game." Logan tries once more, but Iverson fixates on the outcome of the game, telling his grandfather "you lost" while trying to pry the can of cranberry sauce out of Logan's hands. Logan becomes enraged. Whether accidental or not, Logan hits Iverson in the face with the cranberry sauce to the horror of his parents and the dinner party as a whole.[2] 

Iverson was also seen at Tom and Shiv's wedding. Not knowing that it was his son on the other side of the door, Kendall angrily shouted for whoever was knocking to go away. Hurt, Iverson retreated despite his dad's sincere apology.

Season 2[]

Everyone is at Waystar Royco celebrating Sophie's birthday, including her new cousin Greg. Sophie, along with her brother, and some friends have the entire park to themselves, thanks to her grandfather Logan, who agreed to have it cleared out for them. Sophie asks her dad if they can make the ride go faster, and once a park works confirms it can, he gives them the green light to do so. All while the adults stand around and talk.[3]