Robert Ozn

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Robert Ozn (Robert Mitchell Warfield Frank Rosen) was born on 24 April, 1964 in New York, New York, United States, is a Recording Artist, Actor, Screenwriter, Film Producer, Songwriter, Record producer, Activist. Discover Robert Ozn’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 56 years old?

Popular AsRobert Mitchell Warfield Frank Rosen
OccupationRecording Artist, Actor, Screenwriter, Film Producer, Songwriter, Record producer, Activist
Age56 years old
Zodiac SignTaurus
Born24 April 1964
Birthday24 April
BirthplaceNew York, New York, United States

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Timeline of Robert Ozn


His followup track, the 2017 record “We Can Feel It” had 1.2 Million listens on; reached Number 9 on the Music Week Commercial Pop Dance Chart in December 2017, Number 15 on the Billboard Dance Club Songs chart in February 2018, and in spring 2019 hit #44 on the US Alternative Radio “Sub Modern” Chart his first American release since 1990. Again, OZN proved to be a darling of the music press garnering rave reviews for his singing, song writing and production from,,, VentsMagazine and and others.

In 2017, he was the first male bisexual to ever speak at a Los Angeles LGBT Pride March in its 47-year history. “It was a short pre-recorded video shown on huge projection screens along the parade route – it wasn’t live – but I’ll take it as a solid first step for the community.”


Released in summer 2016 with remixes by Richard Cutmore, House of Virus and American, 19 year-old newcomer Mntna, the record’s U.K. release peaked at #13 on the Music Week Commercial Pop Dance Chart in October 2016, after OZN recorded additional vocals with the lyric “I Am Orlando” in reference to the Orlando, Florida Pulse nightclub anti-gay terror attack, establishing it as an LGBT anthem through the United Kingdom, where it received widespread play on, the largest internet radio station in the United Kingdom. And in the July 16, 2016 edition of Music Week (U.K.) journalist Victoria Dowling called him a “white Pharrell Williams.” – all of which thrust OZN back into the spotlight. In an interview with Scottish journalist Scott McGlynn he said, “This was supposed to be a personal outlet for expressing my outrage by singing a song that protested the murder of innocent people – and somewhere along the line it morphed into a hit record. But there’s no record label – I released it myself. There are no significant resources supporting it nor is there any industry political leverage behind it. Hell, I’ve been out of that world for 25 years. And now people want interviews, photos – they want my time and to pull me away from my place behind the camera and push me in front of it again – in front of a microphone again. This is totally unexpected. How is this even possible?” In the 16 July 2016 edition of Music Week OZN was quoted, “I no longer care about things that used to be important to me when I was young: fame, extravagant materialism, self-aggrandizement…all that matters to me is my spiritual life, my family, love, my creativity, reframing my narrative, friends and the end of suffering for all beings.”

A guest at the Obama Administration’s 2016 White House Bisexual Community Briefing, OZN served as the Chairperson as well as the Advocacy Chair of the Los Angeles Bisexual Task Force (LABTF), a bisexual advocacy non-profit operating out of the Los Angeles LGBT Center, presenting workshops for LGBT youth at the Center and University of Southern California as well as pressing for political change within and without the LGBT community.


In April 2015, OZN announced on Facebook and Twitter that he was making his first record in 25 years inspired by the Charlie Hebdo assassinations, Je Suis Paris!. An anthem for the growing, global pro-peace, anti-terror movement, he produced and wrote the track with Gabe Lopez, who works with Belinda Carlisle, supported by Julian Coryell, son of jazz legend Larry Coryell and guitarist for (Alanis Morissette), Chris Golden bass player for hip hop star Exzibit, Gibi Dos Santos Sergio Mendes’ long-time Brazilian percussionist, and background vocalists Mindy Jones of Moby and Mark Strom of the boy band Innovate.

In 2015 he served as Executive Producer, along with Julian Lennon of BAFTA Board member Julia Verdin’s film short “Lost Girls,” which won awards at the 2016 Los Angeles Independent Film Festival and IndieFEST.

In October 2015, OZN founded The Je Suis Charlie Movement (JSCMovement) a social media project on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram, launched in response to continued worldwide terror attacks, created to show solidarity with all victims of terror.


OZN then wrote a feature for the Sy Fy Channel, “Earth’s Final Hours,” which was produced in 2011 by Cinetel and aired in 2012.


Judge: Writers Guild of America Awards (longform) 2006, 2005, 2004


In 2003, OZN and Greene’s God’s Witness, long on many of the industry’s “favorite un-sold spec scripts” lists, was finally made as I Witness, starring Jeff Daniels, James Spader and Portia de Rossi, for which the writing team received the 2003 Method Fest Best Screenplay Award. Universal released the film in the U.S. and Canada in 2007 and HBO released it internationally. [2]

OZN left the industry in 2003 to raise his children and returned in 2008, as part of the production team of “Turned Towards the Sun,” a UK documentary about the British aristocrat, war hero, London Times correspondent, author and out bisexual Micky Burn. The film premiered at the British Film Institute in London in October 2012 to excellent reviews, earning director Greg Olliver a Grierson Award nomination.


EBN died in 1998 of a heart attack in Soho, New York and is survived by his wife Sallie Moore Liben and son Max Liben.


His 1991 UK release “The Good Thing/Give It All I Got”, written & produced by OZN, Steve Wight and Bob Greenberg and mixed by Bad Boy Bill OZN & Steve Wight, was a two-song, 12-inch single, which as an import, hit No. 3 on the Record Mirror Cool Cuts Chart and No. 25 on the Record Mirror Mainstream Dance Chart.


OZN’s last public appearance was the 1990 US Dada Nada tour, which suffered a shooting incident during a show in Chicago.


After the duo’s split up in 1985, EBN went on to run his exclusive SOHO studio working with Scritti Politti and Arif Mardin, while OZN moved to Los Angeles and started his own label, One Voice Records and his own solo act, Dada Nada.


Ebn-Ozn’s first full-length album, Feeling Cavalier, released by Elektra in 1984, went Top 20 on the College Radio Chart and their second single, “Bag Lady (I Wonder)” went Top 40 on the Billboard Club Chart. The video for “Bag Lady” starred Tony and Emmy Award winner Imogene Coca and like “AEIOU,” enjoyed worldwide television and club play.


In 1981, Rosen met Ned Liben, then the owner of New York’s Sundragon Recording Studios. Liben had built his first professional studio at the age of 14 and by the time he met Rosen had worked with Jimi Hendrix, The Talking Heads, The Ramones and a host of New York’s rockers.

Their initial collaboration, “AEIOU Sometimes Y” was recorded in 1981–1982 (released in 1983) and was the first American record to be entirely produced on a computer (a Fairlight CMI). “AEIOU” was a mix of rap, spoken word, digital sampling, rock and R&B dance music. Liben and Rosen cut their own 12-inch dance single, which was signed by Arista Records in London and in New York by Elektra Records’ President Bob Kraznow before the band even had a name, which eventually became Ebn-Ozn. “AEIOU” went top 20 on the Billboard Club Chart, establishing OZN as one of the first white rappers in the industry. “AEIOU”‘s video, a Los Angeles Times Top 10 Video of the Year, received domestic and international exposure and was featured on Beavis and Butt-head through the ’90s.


Robert Ozn (born Robert M. Rosen, April 24, 1964 New York City), records under the name DaDa NaDa; Broadway credits as Robert Rosen; nickname OZN, (pronounced “OH-zen”) is a recording artist, screenwriter, producer and Broadway actor, being the vocal half of 1980s synthpop duo EBN-OZN; his current solo act, Dada Nada, which saw a major chart comeback in the US & UK between 2016-2019; and for his work as co-producer and co-writer with Colin Greene of the award-winning, human rights-themed feature film I Witness starring Jeff Daniels, James Spader and Portia de Rossi.