The stars of Little People, Big World are used to having their lives under a microscope. The TLC show follows the Roloff family while also giving viewers a look at what life for is like for a family with dwarfism.
The series has since seen several spinoffs and revivals throughout its run.
Matt Roloff is the patriarch of the fam, and he's got quite an interesting life to keep up with. Given the recent financial drama with his farm, his net worth is once again a hot topic. Here’s what to know.
What is Matt Roloff's net worth these days?
As of 2022, Matt has a net worth of $6 million, according to Celebrity Net Worth. Along with being a noteworthy reality TV star, Matt is also a farmer, author, motivational speaker, and businessman.
Reality TV Star, Farmer, Business Entrepreneur, Motivational Speaker, Author
Net worth: $6 million
Matt Roloff is best known for starring on TLC's hit reality show Little People, Big World, which follows the Roloff family and their Oregon farm. Matt is also a farmer, business entrepreneur, and motivational speaker.
Birthdate: Oct. 7, 1961
Birthplace: San Francisco, Calif.
Birth name: Matthew James Roloff
Father: Ron Roloff
Mother: Peggy Roloff
Marriage: Amy Roloff (m. 1987–2016)
Children: Zach Roloff, Jeremy Roloff, Molly Roloff, Jacob Roloff
The longevity of Little People, Big World is obviously a huge reason why Matt has the net worth he has today.
What does Matt Roloff do for a living?
Per a 2016 report in Business Insider, TLC reality TV stars earn anywhere between $1,500 and $3,000 per episode of the shows they film for the network. With this info, In Touch recently estimated that Matt is likely earning somewhere between $60,000 and $120,000 for each season of Little People, Big World. However, the official details of his salary for the show haven’t been released to the public.
The farm is another money-making venture that takes up a lot of Matt's time. Matt, who became the sole owner of the family farm in 2020, also successfully transitioned part of it into an amusement park. The amusement park comes fully packed with attractions and rides for other families to enjoy. According to In Touch, about 30,000 guests visit the property annually.
In recent news, his ownership over Roloff Farms has become a touchy subject. In a recent episode of LPBW, Matt and his adult sons have butted heads over placing a portion of the farm up for sale.
Part of the farm is currently up for grabs at $4 million. Matt has become increasingly upset at his children, mistakenly believing that they would keep the farm in the family.
"A lot of people say that I told the kids they would inherit this property," Matt discusses in a confessional, per The Sun. "I never said anybody would inherit it. I always said that hopefully, we could keep this as a legacy."
He's even gone so far as to say that his children have become "a bunch of little monsters."
Keep up with the ongoing real estate family drama on Little People, Big World. New episodes air Tuesdays at 9 p.m. EST on TLC.