Rozon began his career as a model but soon lost interest. He then turned toward acting. He made his acting debut with a supporting role in the 2000 British–American romantic drama TV movie 'The Great Gatsby,' an 'A&E' adaptation of the 1925 novel of the same name by F. Scott Fitzgerald.
In the 2004 TV comedy 'Crimes of Fashion,' he played 'Marcus,' Kaley Cuoco's (as 'Brooke Sarto') crush. The movie aired on 'ABC Family’ on July 25, 2004. That year, Rozon was seen as 'Rick Corina' in the romantic comedy TV movie 'I Do (But I Don't),' adapted from Cara Lockwood's romance novel of the same name.
Subsequently, he made a few single-episode appearances in series such as the 'Showcase' series 'Naked Josh' (as 'Charles'), '15/Love' (as 'Jimmy Kane’), and 'Fries with That' (as 'John Smith’).
Rozon's first prominent role was that of 'Tom "Tommy Q" Quincy,' in four consecutive seasons (2004 to 2008) of the ‘CTV’/'TeenNick' teen drama 'Instant Star.'
He made his film debut with the 2004 Canadian film 'Pure,' playing 'Sam.' His next movie was the 2006 Canadian horror 'End of the Line,' which featured him as 'John.' That year, he was seen as 'Duke' in the direct-to-video film '2 Strangers and a Foosball.'
In 2008, he was seen as 'Tom' in the miniseries 'Would Be Kings' and as 'Claude' in the short film 'Fire and Fury.' The following year, TV audiences saw him in the recurring role (five episodes) of 'Briggs' in the Canadian TV drama series 'Wild Roses,' aired on ‘CBC.’
Rozon was seen as 'Madden' in the 2009 science-fiction horror 'Screamers: The Hunting.' He also made single-episode appearances in 'The Listener' (as 'Peter Garvin'), 'Rookie Blue' (as 'Gabe Lessing’), 'Against the Wall' (as 'Shane’), '18 to Life,' and 'Flashpoint' (as 'Alex Carson). He received a 'Gemini Award' for his role in ‘Flashpoint.’
His performance as 'Alex Caine' in the 2011 TV movie 'Befriend and Betray' earned him a nomination for the 'Canadian Screen Award.' He was cast as 'Michael Miller' in the 2013 TV movie 'A Sister's Revenge.'
In 2013, Rozon began playing the recurring role (five episodes) of 'Massimo,' "The Druid," in the Canadian supernatural drama 'Lost Girl.' The show premiered on 'Showcase.'
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He lent his voice to the character 'Putulik' in the 2013 3-D computer-generated imagery film 'The Legend of Sarila,' which is regarded as Canada's first 3-D animated feature film.
In 2015, he made appearances in two TV movies: 'Vox' (as 'Matt') and 'Unearthing' (as 'Healy James’). That year, he began playing 'Mutt Schitt,' one the lead characters in the Canadian TV sitcom 'Schitt's Creek,' which premiered on 'CBC Television.' He appeared in 23 episodes of the series, from the first to the third season, and made a guest appearance in the fourth season.
After appearing as 'Graydon' in the TV movie 'Crossfire,' he entertained the audiences with 'Wynonna Earp,' a supernatural Western horror adapted from Beau Smith's comic book series. Rozon continues to play 'Doc Holliday' on the show.
In 2018, he shared the 'People's Choice Award' for the best sci-fi show, along with the entire cast of the show. That year, he appeared as 'Sam' in the American–South African horror TV film 'Lake Placid: Legacy.'
Rozon was cast as 'Travis' in the 2019 'Hallmark' movie 'Christmas Town.'
In addition to acting, Rozon has produced (and made an appearance in) the 2015 adventure documentary feature 'Shuckers.' The documentary was about oysters and those who shuck them.
Family & Personal Life
Rozon has been married to Linzey Rozon since September 2015. Her 'Instagram' posts suggest that they had been dating since 2012.
He lives in Montreal, where he runs the restaurant 'Garde Manger,' along with Canadian celebrity chef Chuck Hughes. He also owns the restaurant named 'Le Bremner' in Montreal.
Along with acting and entrepreneurship, he devotes time to writing, too. Along with 'Wynonna Earp'-famed writer Beau Smith, he published a graphic novel titled 'Wynonna: Bad Day at Black Rock' in 2018.
Rozon is a comic-book fan and owns a vast collection of such books.