Tim Rozon (Schitt’s Creek) Wiki Bio, net worth, ethnicity, wife, family, kids

• Tim Rozon is an actor from Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
• His net worth is estimated to be over $1 million.
• He gained his first role in 2000 in the A&E film entitled “The Great Gastby”.
• He is best known for his roles in TV series such as “Instant Star”, “Schitt’s Creek”, and “Wynonna Earp”.
• He is married and is close friends with celebrity chef Chuck Hughes.

Who is Tim Rozon?

Timothy James Rozon was born on 4 June 1976, in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, and is an actor, best known from his roles in TV series such as “Instant Star” in which he played Tommy Quincy, and the comedy “Schitt’s Creek” in which he played Mutt Schitt. He also appeared in the series “Wynonna Earp” as the character Doc Holliday.

The Riches of Tim Rozon

How rich is Tim Rozon? As of early-2019, sources estimate a net worth that is over $1 million, earned through a successful career in acting since 2000. He has also appeared in several films throughout his career, and as he continues his endeavors, it is expected that his wealth will also continue to increase.

Career Beginnings

Very little information is known about Tim’s childhood, family, and his education. His path and the experiences that led him to pursue a career in acting are also unknown, but he gained his first role in 2000 in the A&E film entitled “The Great Gastby” as a supporting character to Mira Sorvino. The film is based on the 1925 novel of the same name by F. Scott Fitzgerald.

He started to gain more projects soon after, including various television movies such as “See Jane Date”, a romantic comedy film based on the Melissa Senate book of the same name, and in “Crimes of Fashion”, and “I Do (But I Don’t)” which is also based on a novel, this one written by Cara Lockwood. He also guest-starred in shows such as “15/Love”, “Fries with That”, and “Naked Josh”.

Tim Rozon

Breakthrough and Rise to Fame

Rozon starred in his first film in 2004 entitled “Pure”, which is a Canadian film, and during the same year made his breakthrough in the series “Instant Star”, which follows the story of adolescent music competition winner Jude Harrison as he goes through the experience of being in the recording industry. He played the role of Tommy Quincy in the show and it was nominated for three Gemini Awards throughout during its run, including a win for Best Direction. In 2007, the show gained three more nominations, and the series ran for a total of four seasons before funding was pulled in 2008.

Concurrently, he also worked on the Canadian horror film “End of the Line”, then continued to gain more projects, including guest roles in “The Listener” and “Rookie Blue”, and a recurring role in 2009’s “Wild Roses”, but which only ran for one season on CBC. During the same year, he was cast in the science fiction horror film “Screamers: The Hunting” starring Gina Holden and Stephen Amell, a sequel to 1995’s “Screamers”.  2011 saw the consistency of his acting projects, with more guest roles in shows such as “18 to Life” and “Against the Wall”.

Recent Projects – Schitt’s Creek and Wynonna Earp

In 2013, Tim voiced the character Putulik in the animated film “The Legend of Sarila”, which is a story following a young Inuit in northern Canada during 1910. He also played recurring roles in shows such as “Lost Girl” and “Being Human”. Two years later, he was cast as Mutt Schitt in “Schitt’s Creek”; the series was created by Daniel Levy and has won numerous awards during its run, including an ACTRA Award and 11 Canadian Screen Awards. The show follows the lives of a family who lose their wealth after they are defrauded by their business manager, leading them to live in their last remaining asset, a small town named Schitt’s Creek.

While working on the show, he was also cast as one of the main characters for the supernatural horror show “Wynonna Earp”, which is based on the comic book series of the same name, follows the life of lawman Wyatt Earp and his adventures as a part of the special US Marshals unit called The Monster Squad. He remains as a regular cast member of the show, while also appearing in television movies such as “Lake Placid: Legacy”.

Personal Life

For his personal life, it is known that Rozon has been married since 2015 but details about his wife and his marriage have not been revealed publicly. When not acting, he’s involved in various business endeavors, and is known to be close friends with celebrity chef Chuck Hughes who has appeared in various cooking-related television programs. The two opened the restaurant called Garde Manger located in the historic neighborhood of Old Montreal.

Similar to numerous actors, he is highly active online, especially through major social media websites He has an account on Twitter on which posts a lot about his work on “Wynonna Earp”, mentioning that he gets a lot of support from fans also known as Earpers. He does his best to maintain the look of his character, and reposts a lot of the supportive acts his fans have been doing. He also has an Instagram account which posts similar content, also promotional photos and personal photos alongside friends, but also alongside fellow cast members, some showing that he is also a big fan of music events.

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