Who is Tim Rozon? Timothy James ‘Tim’ Rozon was born on 4 June 1976 under the indication of Gemini, in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. He is a 44-year-old entertainer and maker, maybe still best perceived for featuring in the job of Tommy Quincy in the CTV high schooler melodic parody show series “Moment Star” (2004-2008), likewise playing Mutt Schitt in the CBC sitcom “Schitt’s Stream” (2015-2018), and including as John Henry ‘Doc’ Holliday in the Syfy extraordinary Western repulsiveness series “Wynonna Earp” (2016-2018).
How rich would he say he is, at this point? Tim Rozon Total assets As of mid-2020, Tim Rozon’s total assets is assessed at more than $1 million, procured through his fruitful contribution in the entertainment world as an expert entertainer and maker. He has chipped away at in excess of 45 television and film titles since his vocation began back in 2000. He’s rising his abundance through the co-responsibility for renowned eateries situated in his old neighborhood.
Early Life, Identity, Nationality Tim Rozon spent his initial a very long time in his old neighborhood of Montreal, where he was raised by his folks; be that as it may, their names and callings haven’t been uncovered to the media yet. It is likewise obscure on the off chance that he has any kin or not. He is Canadian by identity, and of White Caucasian nationality.
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The mid 2000s: Vocation Starting points Tim Rozon began his acting vocation in 2000, when he made his TV debut in the job of Dandy Man in the A&E organization’s heartfelt show film “The Incomparable Gatsby”, which depends on the novel of a similar title composed by F. Scott Fitzgerald.
His next appearance came in 2003, when he highlighted as a server in the ABC Family rom-com film “See Jane Date”, after which he visitor featured in such television series, for example, “Stripped Josh”, “Fries With That”, and “15/Love”. Tim then played Marcus in the ABC Family satire film “Violations Of Design”, and depicted Rick Corina in the made-for-television lighthearted comedy “I Do (Yet I Don’t)”, both in 2004.
The mid-2000s: Ascend to Noticeable quality Tim came to noticeable quality when he joined the principal cast of the youngster melodic satire show series “Moment Star”, broadcasted on the CTV/TeenNick network from 2004 to 2008, showing up in the job of Tommy Quincy in excess of 50 episodes.
One next to the other, he kept on dealing with different activities, so made his movie debut as Sam in the 2005 show “Unadulterated”, coordinated by Jim Donovan, trailed by his depiction of Lewis in Richard Ciupka’s 2006 parody “Couple”.
In the next year, Tim highlighted as John in the ghastliness “Stopping point”, composed, created and coordinated by Maurice Devereaux, and handled the job of Duke in the short immediate to-video film “2 Outsiders And A Foosball”. A while later, he featured as Twofold D in the parody “Creation Office”, played Claude in the short film “Fire And Wrath”, and was given a role as Tom in the show small series “Would Be Rulers”, all in 2008.
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The last part of the 2000s: Proceeded with Progress In 2009, Tim Rozon played Irritate in the science fiction thriller “Screamers: The Hunting”, coordinated by Sheldon Wilson, the spin-off of the 1995 film “Screamers”. During that very year, he was given a role as Briggs/Joseph Finn in the CBC TV show series “Wild Roses”, and visitor featured as Peter Garvin in an episode of the CTV dream dramatization series “The Audience”.
In 2010 he made a visitor featuring appearance as Gabe in an episode of the Worldwide/ABC police show series “Youngster Blue”, and around the same time depicted Neil in Gregory Sheppard’s family parody show “St. Roz”, and Gabriel Delgado in the awfulness spine chiller “Regions”, coordinated by Olivier Abbou.
The mid 2010s: Voice Over and Different Jobs In 2011, Tim Rozon visitor featured as Alexander Carson in the episode “I’d Do Anything” of the CTV police procedural wrongdoing show series “Flashpoint”, which procured him the Gemini Grant for Best Execution by an Entertainer in a Visitor Job Emotional Series.
During that very year, he highlighted as Alex Caine in the made-for-television wrongdoing show movie “Become friends with And Sell out”, coordinated by Ken Girotti, for which he got a Canadian Screen Grant designation for Best Execution by an Entertainer in a Main Job in a Sensational Program or Scaled down Series. It was trailed by his depiction of Todd Mesmer in the 2012 made-for-television secret thrill ride film “A Babysitter’s Retribution”.
In the following year he was very occupied, since he played Christian Locke in the show “A distant memory Day”, featured as Michael Mill operator in the made-for-television spine chiller film “A Sister’s Vengeance”, and voiced Poutulik in the three dimensional vivified film “The Legend Of Sarila”.
Somewhere in the range of 2013 and 2014, Tim was given a role as Massimo ‘The Druid’ in the Grandstand heavenly show series “Lost Young lady”, trailed by his exhibition as Andrew in the Syfy extraordinary loathsomeness satire show series “Being Human”, and his visitor featuring appearance as Richard in two episodes of the Bravo police procedural wrongdoing dramatization series “19-2”, both in 2014.
The mid-2010s: Overall Acknowledgment In 2015, Tim Rozon handled the job of Matt in Stephen Reynolds’ made-for-television show film “Vox” and played Healy James in the show sentiment “Uncovering”.
During that very year, he was a leader maker for the narrative “Shuckers”, composed and coordinated by Jon Deitcher, after which he joined the cast of the CBC sitcom “Schitt’s Spring” (2015-2018), which earned him overall respect since he highlighted in the fundamental job of Mutt Schitt.
From 2016 to 2018, he likewise highlighted as John Henry ‘Doc’ Holliday in the Syfy otherworldly Western ghastliness series “Wynonna Earp”, and lined up with that, he featured as Graydon in the made-for-television show spine chiller film “Crossfire” (2016), and showed up as Sam in the made-for-television thriller “Lake Serene: Heritage” (2018), debuted on Syfy.
Ongoing and Forthcoming Years In 2019, Tim was chosen to depict Constable Carson Myers in the CBC legitimate show series “Diggstown”, which was continued around the same time by his appearance as Travis Mabrey in the Hallmark Film dramatization heartfelt film “Christmas Town”.
Most as of late, he highlighted in the fundamental job of Isaac Stelling in the science fiction series “Transient Sovereign”, broadcast on Syfy in 2020. Besides, it’s declared that he will play Terry in the impending heartfelt “Fledgling’s Karma”, coordinated via Carlo Licont, and booked for discharge in 2021.
Appearance and Fundamental Measurements Tim Rozon has short dim earthy colored hair and blue eyes. He remains at a level of 5ft 11ins (1.80m), while his weight is around 174lbs (79kgs).
Individual Life Tim Rozon is a hitched man, his significant other is Linzey Rozon with whom he secured the bunch on 6 September 2015. Their ongoing home is in Montreal. There, he co-possesses two cafés called Le Bremner and Le Garde Trough, close by his companion and popular gourmet specialist Throw Hughes.