Tim Rozon

Tim Rozon is known as a Canadian actor born in Montreal. Rozon is most famous for depicting the characters of Tommy Quincy on the CTV young adult show called Instant Star.

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Timothy James Rozon was born on June 4, 1976 in Montreal, Canada.


Tim is well known for his role on Instant Star but he also has fans from playing Mutt Schitt in the CBC satire Schitt's Creek, and Doc Holliday on the Syfy space dramatization series called Wynonna Earp.

Tim Rozon's first real acting gig was playing the heartthrob, Tommy Quincy, opposite Alexz Johnson and Laura Vandevoort for four seasons on the young adult TV show series Instant Star for Teen Nick and CTV. In Befriend and Betray for Shaw TV, Tim played series lead Alex Caine, a gang infiltrator

On Schitt's Creek, he stars opposite comedy legends Eugene Levy, Catherine O'Hara and Chris Elliott. He had a great time working on the show because he also got to meet Eugene’s son.

Tim has shown up on many hit shows that were made in Canada including Rookie Blue, Flashpoint, The Listener, Heartland, Lost Girl, Being Human, Saving Hope and 19-2. Tim won a renowned Gemini Award for his performance in Flashpoint and he was selected for Canadian Screen Award for his job in Befriend and Betray.

Quick Facts
Birth Date: 4 Jun, 1982
Age: 37 yrs
Citizenship: Canada
Birth Place: Montreal
Gender: Male
Description: Canadian actor
Twitter Id: Realtimrozon
Net Worth 2021: 2 million
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Last Modified: Jun 29 2020
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