About Matt Roloff
It has been calculated that the overall size of the current Matt Roloff net worth is as high as 4.5 million dollars. Matt Roloff has become famous because of his career as an actor, author, businessman and farmer. Matt Roloff has earned most of his net worth because of his appearances in various TV shows. One of them has been on the TLC network called “Little People, Big World”. In addition, Matt Roloff appeared in the production called “Ewoks: The Battle for Endor”, which was based on Star Wars concept and in it Matt Roloff appeared as Ewok. Thus, these appearances have added up a lot to the overall sum of Matt Roloff net worth.
Talking about the show on TLC “Little People, Big World”, Matt Roloff’s family is portrayed in it. The show follows his family members in their everyday life and how they deal with the problems of dwarfism. Matt Roloff is married to his wife Amy and with her he is a parent of four kids, including twins Zachary and Jeremy, daughter Molly and the youngest kid in the family, Jacob.
In 1987 Matt Roloff met his later to become wife, when the two were attending a Little People of America convention. Soon after they met, the couple got engaged. In 1987, the wedding ceremony happened.
In 1990, Matt Roloff bought a farmhouse for his family in Helvetia, Oregon. Matt Roloff has worked a lot till he created what is known today as the Roloff Farm. This farm today has various things in it, such as pumpkin patch, a three-story tree house, a pirate ship on a lake, a full-sized Medieval castle, a volleyball court, a soccer field, underground tunnels and a mine shaft. In addition to the mentioned features, it has also some other buildings and a barn. The farm can be visited during some seasons of the year, such as before Halloween. Thus, this is also an important source of increasing the total estimate of Matt Roloff net worth. Each year, more than 30 thousand people come to see the farm.
In the late 1980s, Matt Roloff was working as a computer programmer for Altos Computer Systems. Later, he decided to work for Sequent Computer Systems as the working hours there fit him better. In 2005, Matt Roloff’s show “Little People, Big World” was started on TLC and since that time it has grown to be one of the most watched TV shows on the network.