“Little People, Big World” is TLC’s longest-running reality show. The show follows the lives of six members of the Roloff family on their farm near Portland, Oregon. Matt and Amy Roloff, who are 4ft tall, have had many issues as parents to their four children on the show. The family’s 34-acre farm in Oregon served as both a playground and a working farm.
Pumpkin Season was a hit with viewers as it featured Matt’s outlandish ideas. Matt and Amy separated as the family got older. Zach is the only one of his siblings who stayed on the farm, and he and his wife shared their lives with viewers. Here’s everything you need to know about Zach and his net worth.
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Who is Zach Roloff?
Zachary Luke, better known as Zach, has a twin brother, Jeremy. Zach, like his mother, suffers from achondroplasia. Zach is 4ft 4 while Amy is 4’2″. Zach had a head shunt installed as a child to remove extra cerebrospinal fluid. As seen in the Season 1 episode “Zach’s Emergency,” the shunt failed and had to be surgically replaced. Zach used to play competitive football but quit due to his size compared to other football players.
He returned to competitive football in the second season after playing on his high school football team. His performance was momentarily interrupted when he underwent surgery to correct the bending of his legs. He was also Jacob’s football coach. In the spring of 2009, the two twins graduated from high school. Zach competed in a basketball game against young kids on WWE Tough Enough. He is currently working as a football coach. In July 2015, Zach married Victoria Elizabeth (“Tori”) Patton. They welcomed their first child, Jackson Kyle, in 2017, their second child, Lilah Ray, in 2019, and their third child, Josiah Luke, in April 2022.
What is Zach Roloff’s Net Worth?
According to springs, Zach Roloff’s net worth is estimated to be around $700,000. He apparently derives most of his wealth from his family’s reality show and is reportedly paid around $7,000 per episode. Although his main job appears to be as a television personality, Zach also earns money as one of the tour guides for the farm’s Golden Pass Private Tours, which cost $300 per ticket. Tori also brings in her own income as a photographer, LPBW star, and social media influencer.
However, the couple sparked rumors they were quitting reality TV when they announced they had moved from their Portland home to Washington in October. Tori assured fans that they weren’t going anywhere.
Zach is the only one of Amy and Matt’s adult children who continues to appear on the show, while his siblings Molly, Jeremy, and Jacob are all gone. Zach and his wife Tori Roloff will appear in season 23 of the series.
TLC will begin airing Season 23 of “Little People, Big World” starting Tuesday, May 17