Tim Rozon net worth $1,9 Million
Timothy James Rozon (born June 4, 1976) is a Canadian actor. Rozon is known for portraying the characters of Tommy Quincy on the CTV teen drama Instant Star, Mutt Schitt in the CBC comedy Schitt’s Creek, and Doc Holliday on the supernatural/western drama series Wynonna Earp.
Tim Rozon’s first role of note was supporting Mira Sorvino in the 2000 A&E film The Great Gatsby. His big break came in 2004 when he landed the role of Tom “Tommy Q” Quincy in the CTV/TeenNick teen drama Instant Star, a role he portrayed for four seasons.
In 2018, he and the cast of Wynonna Earp received the People’s Choice Award for best Sci-Fi show. The show won as a write in candidate due to the show’s fandom known as “Earpers”.
Tim Rozon resides in Montreal where he co-owns the restaurant Garde Manger with Canadian celebrity chef Chuck Hughes.
He was married in September 2015 to Linzey and has one son.