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Tim’s first major role was playing heartthrob Tommy Quincy opposite Alexz Johnson and Laura Vandervoort for four seasons on the teen drama series Instant Star for TeenNick (USA) and CTV (Canada). He was then cast as the series lead Alex Caine, playing a gang infiltrator, in Befriend and Betray for Shaw TV (Canada). Recent series leads include two seasons playing Mutt Schitt on CBC’s runaway hit comedy Schitt’s Creek opposite comedy icons Eugene Levy, Catherine O’Hara and Chris Elliott; and playing the infamous lawman and charismatic gambler Doc Holliday in the new 13 x 1-hour SyFy series Wynonna Earp. Tim has had guest starring roles on many of the hit shows made in Canada over the last decade, including Rookie Blue, Flashpoint, The Listener, Heartland, Combat Hospital, Lost Girl, Being Human, and 19-2.
Tim Rozon's first major role was playing heartthrob, Tommy Quincy, opposite Alexz Johnson and Laura Vandevoort for four seasons on the teen drama series Instant Star for TeenNick (USA) and CTV (CANADA). In Befriend and Betray for Shaw TV (CANADA), Tim played series lead Alex Caine, a gang infiltrator. Other major roles include two seasons playing Mutt Schitt on CBC's runaway comedy Schitt's Creek opposite comedy icons Eugene Levy, Catherine O'Hara and Chris Elliott and the role of the iconic gunslinger and gambler Doc Holliday on Syfy's Wynonna Earp. Tim has made guest appearances on many hit shows made in Canada over the last decade. including Rookie Blue, Flashpoint, The Listener, Heartland, Lost Girl, Being Human, Saving Hope and 19-2. Tim won a prestigious Gemini Award for his performance in Flashpoint and was nominated for Canadian Screen Award for his role in Befriend and Betray. He is also a voiceover actor, playing a leading role in the animated feature film The Legend Of Sarila, opposite Christopher Plummer and Genevieve Bujold. In addition to acting, Tim produced the documentary feature Shuckers, about the world of oysters and those who shuck them. When not acting, Tim can be found in Montreal at his restaurants Le Garde Manger and Le Bremner opposite star chef Chuck Hughes.
Tim Rozon was a Canadian actor who was best known for his roles on the Canadian TV shows "Schitt's Creek" (CBC Television, 2015- ) and "Wynonna Earp" (Syfy, 2016- ). Born and raised in Montreal, Rozon got his start in acting during his mid-air" data-description="Spelling"mid-20s when he landed a small role in the TV movie "The Great Gatsby" (2000). The experience of acting on television proved to be exhilarating for Rozon, but it would be another three years before he nabbed his next screen role in the TV movie "See Jane Date" (2003). After his appearance in "See Jane Date" Rozon continued landing film and TV roles throughout the mid- and late-2000s. In addition to nabbing roles in the movies "Pure" (2005) and "Duo" (2006), he also nabbed his breakout TV role with a starring role on the Canadian series "Instant Star" (CTV, 2004-08). Rozon played the part of Tom Quincy on all four seasons of the show, which ended its run in 2008. After "Instant Star" came to an end, Rozon continued booking parts regularly. In 2009 he nabbed a recurring part on the Canadian TV series "Wild Roses" (CBC Television, 2009), and from there booked parts in the films "St. Roz" (2010) and "Long Gone Day" (2013). With his acting career steadily progressing, Rozon booked recurring parts on the Canadian TV shows "Lost Girl" (Showcase, 2010-15) and "Being Human" (Syfy, 2011-14), before having a breakout year in 2017 by appearing in two successful TV shows simultaneously. Those shows were "Schitt's Creek" and "Wynonna Earp," both of which featured Rozon as a cast member.