Who is Tim Rozon?
Timothy James ‘Tim’ Rozon was born on June 4, 1976 under the sign of Gemini, in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. He is a 44-year-old actor and producer, perhaps best known for starring in the role of Tommy Quincy in the CTV teen musical comedy-drama series “Instant Star” (2004-2008), also as Mutt Schitt in the CBC sitcom “Schitt’s Creek” (2015-2018), and stars as John Henry ‘Doc’ Holliday in the Syfy supernatural western horror series “Wynonna Earp” (2016-2018).
How rich is he right now? Tim Rozon net worth
As of mid 2020, Tim Rozon’s net worth is estimated to be over $1 million acquired through his successful involvement in the film industry as a professional actor and producer.
Since starting his career in 2000, he has worked on over 45 TV and movie titles. He increases his wealth by becoming a co-owner of two famous restaurants in his hometown.
Early life, nationality, ethnicity
Tim Rozon spent his early years in his hometown of Montreal where he was raised by his parents; however, their names and occupations have not yet been revealed to the media. It is also unknown if he has any siblings. He is Canadian by nationality and of White Caucasian ethnicity.
The early 2000s: career beginnings
Tim Rozon began his acting career in 2000, when he made his television debut in the role of Dandy Man in the A&E network’s romantic drama film “The Great Gatsby”based on the novel of the same name by F. Scott Fitzgerald.
His next appearance was in 2003, when he starred as a waiter in the ABC Family romantic comedy film “See Jane Date”, after which he guest-starred in TV series such as “Naked Josh”, “Fries With That”, and “15 /Love”. Tim next played Marcus in the ABC Family comedy film “Crimes Of Fashion” and portrayed Rick Corina in the made-for-TV romantic comedy “I Do (But I Don’t)”, both in 2004.
The mid-2000s: rise to prominence
Tim rose to prominence when he joined the main cast of the teen musical comedy-drama series “Instant Star”aired on the CTV/TeenNick network from 2004 to 2008, playing the role of Tommy Quincy in over 50 episodes.
Side by side, he continued to work on other projects, so he made his film debut as Sam in the 2005 drama “Pure” directed by Jim Donovan, followed by his portrayal of Lewis in Richard Ciupka’s 2006 comedy “Duo”. year, Tim starred as John in the horror “End Of The Line” written, produced and directed by Maurice Devereaux, and landed the role of Duke in the direct-to-video short film “2 Strangers And A Foosball”. . He then starred as Double D in the comedy “Production Office”, played Claude in the short film “Fire And Fury”, and was cast as Tom in the drama mini-series “Would Be Kings”, all in 2008.
Late 2000s: Continued success
In 2009, Tim Rozon played Madden in the sci-fi horror movie “Screamers: The Hunting” directed by Sheldon Wilson, the sequel to the 1995 movie “Screamers”. In the same year, he was cast as Briggs / Joseph Finn in the CBC Television drama series “Wild Roses”, and guest starred as Peter Garvin in an episode of the CTV fantasy drama series “The Listener”. In 2010, he guest-starred as Gabe in an episode of the Global/ABC police drama series “Rookie Blue”, and in the same year he played Neil in Gregory Sheppard’s family comedy-drama “St. Roz”, and Gabriel Delgado in the horror thriller “Territories ”, directed by Olivier Abbou.
The early 2010s: voiceover and other roles
In 2011, Tim Rozon guest starred as Alexander Carson in the episode “I’d Do Anything” of the CTV police drama series “Flashpoint”, playing the Gemini award for Best Performance by an Actor in a Guest Starring Dramatic Series. The same year, he starred as Alex Caine in the made-for-TV crime drama film “Befriend And Betray” directed by Ken Girotti for which he received a Canadian Screen Award nomination for Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role. in a dramatic program or miniseries. It was followed by his portrayal of Todd Mesmer in the 2012 made-for-TV mystery thriller film “A Nanny’s Revenge”.
The following year, he was quite busy as he played Christian Locke in the drama “Long Gone Day”, starred as Michael Miller in the made-for-TV thriller film “A Sister’s Revenge”, and voiced Poutulik in the 3-D animated film “The Legend Of Sarila”. Between 2013 and 2014, Tim was cast as Massimo ‘The Druid’ in the Showcase supernatural drama series “Lost Girl”, followed by his performance as Andrew in the Syfy supernatural horror comedy-drama series “Being Human”, and his guest appearance as Richard in two episodes of the Bravo police drama series “19-2”, both in 2014.
Mid-2010s: global recognition
In 2015, Tim Rozon landed the role of Matt in Stephen Reynolds’ TV drama film ‘Vox’ and played Healy James in the drama romance ‘Unearthing’.
In the same year, he was an executive producer for the documentary “Shuckers”, written and directed by Jon Deitcher, after which he joined the cast of the CBC sitcom “Schitt’s Creek” (2015-2018), which earned him worldwide recognition since he played the lead role of Mutt Schitt. From 2016 to 2018, he also starred as John Henry ‘Doc’ Holliday in the Syfy supernatural western horror series “Wynonna Earp”, and in parallel, starred as Graydon in the made-for-TV drama thriller film “Crossfire” (2016), and appeared as Sam in the made-for-TV horror movie “Lake Placid: Legacy” (2018), premiered on Syfy.
Recent and Coming Years
In 2019, Tim was selected to play Constable Carson Myers in the CBC legal drama series “Diggstown” which was followed in the same year by his performance as Travis Mabrey in the Hallmark Movie drama romance film “Christmas Town”.
Most recently he starred in the main role of Isaac Stelling in the sci-fi series “Vagrant Queen”airing on Syfy in 2020. In addition, it has been announced that he will play Terry in the upcoming romantic “Beginner’s Luck”, directed by Carlo Licont, and scheduled for release in 2021.
Appearance and vital statistics
Tim Rozon has short dark brown hair and blue eyes. He stands at a height of 5ft 11ins (1.80m) while his weight is around 174lbs (79kgs).
Tim Rozon is a married man, his wife is Linzey Rozon with whom he tied the knot on September 6, 2015. Their current residence is in Montreal. He is co-owner there two restaurants named Le Bremner and Le Garde Manger, along with his friend and celebrity chef Chuck Hughes.