How Much Money Do the Roloffs Make? The Stars of ‘Little People, Big World’ Are Raking in Millions

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Being a reality TV star can pay a pretty penny — but what is the Roloffsnet worth? The Little People, Big World family’s show only makes up part of their income. In addition to their farm, family members have also written books and started businesses of their own. Keep scrolling to find out how much money the Roloffs make.

What is Amy Roloff’s net worth?

According to Celebrity Net Worth, Amy Roloff is worth about $6 million. Though a good chunk of money may have come from the family’s show, it might not be as much as you think. According to Business Insider, stars on a series like the TLC one can earn about $1,500 to $3,000 an episode. With early years starting at about 20 episodes per season and two seasons per year, that could easily have Amy, 56, earning $60,000 from the show alone.

Courtesy of Jeremy Roloff/Instagram

Courtesy of Jeremy Roloff/Instagram

While the seasons have gotten shorter over the years — and there is frequently only one season per year — the stars are likely raking in way more cash each episode than when they started. Now, she’s also an executive producer of the show. According to Radar Online, the family matriarch made about $667,000 from selling her share of the farm to ex-husband Matt Roloff. Amy also has her business, Amy Roloff’s Little Kitchen, and wrote a book, A Little Me.

What is Matt Roloff’s net worth?

Celebrity Net Worth estimates that Matt, 59, has a net worth of $6 million as well. In addition to starring on the show and serving as an executive producer, he also might’ve made a fair share of cash before getting into the TV industry. The father of four worked as a computer programmer and sold software systems to Fortune 500 companies before buying the family farm. Now, he works as a motivational speaker and has written several books of his own, including Against Tall Odds and his children’s book, Little Lucy, Big Race. The Roloffs also came out with a book together in 2008 called Little Family, Big Values.

What are the Roloff kids’ net worths?

The Roloff kids aren’t exactly as well off as their parents, but their bank accounts are still looking pretty good. According to Celebrity Net Worth, Zach Roloff, Jeremy Roloff, Molly Roloff and Jacob Roloff‘s net worths are all equal at $700,000 each.

Jeremy and his wife, Audrey Roloff, have written their own books, A Love Letter Life and Creative Love, and started their own podcast, “Behind the Scenes.”

Between filming for the show and helping out on the farm, Zach doesn’t have too much time for another job, which is why his income mainly comes from the show. Besides doing some odd jobs on the farm, Zach is also one of the tour guides for the farm’s Golden Pass Private Tours, which cost $300 per ticket.

When he’s not helping with pumpkin season, Zach is a soccer coach for three competitive soccer teams in Oregon. For fun, he plays on a soccer team that recently placed fourth at the Copa America Dwarf World Cup in Argentina. It’s unknown whether he earns money from playing or coaching soccer. His wife, Tori Roloff, on the other hand, left her job as a kindergarten teacher before giving birth to son Jackson in 2017 and daughter Lilah in 2019.

As for Molly, she works as a staff accountant in Spokane, Washington, while Jacob has written several books including Verbing and Out to See. His now-pregnant wife, Isabel Rock, is an artist and they have a YouTube channel together.

Reality TV producer Terrence Michael told E! that reality show families earn about 10 percent of each episode’s budget. For example, if it costs $250,000 to film an episode, the family earns $25,000. Once split with the other family members, it’s likely everyone earns a few thousand dollars each.


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