Linzey Rozon is widely recognized as the wife of Canadian actor Timothy James Rozonand. Her husband, Tim, has garnered international recognition with his role as Tommy Quincy on the CTV teen drama Instant Star and Mutt Schitt in the CBC comedy Schitt's Creek.
While Rozon is currently 44 years old, Linzey's birthday and age is not known as of now. Moreover, no information regarding her parents, siblings, and early life has been disclosed.
Meanwhile, Tim's birthday's on June 4, 1976. He was born in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Talking about his height, as per his IMDb bio, Rozan is 5 ft and 11 in (1.8 m) tall.
Tim and Linzey have been married for over five years now. The duo tied the knot on September 6, 2015, with Tim sharing the moments on his Instagram with the caption "Y4 ❤️"
Linzey and Tim have a child together, a son. However, they have not disclosed the name of their child. On April 29, 2020, the 44-year-old posted a video wishing Willie Nelson a happy birthday, where he was seen singing to his son.
Rozan's net worth is yet to be revealed. However, as per some online sources, her husband's net worth is estimated at $1 million. The 44-year-old first notable role was supporting Mira Sorvino in the 2000 A&E film The Great Gatsby.
His breakthrough role came four years later when he landed the role of Tom "Tommy Q" Quincy in the CTV/TeenNick teen drama Instant Star. He portrayed the role for four seasons, appearing until 2008.
From 2015 to 2017, Tim played the role of Mutt Schitt in the CBC comedy Schitt's Creek. Moreover, he has garnered significant recognition with his role as Doc Holliday on the supernatural/western drama series Wynonna Earp. Additionally, Tim owns a restaurant named Garde-Manger with friends in Montreal.