Little People, Big World fans have known Zach Roloff since he first appeared on the TLC reality TV show in 2006. He, along with the rest of the Roloff family — Matt, Amy, sister Molly, twin brother Jeremy, and younger brother Jacob — instantly clicked with many viewers.
Fifteen years later, the awkward teenager has grown into a wonderful family man. While his siblings have since left the show, Zach continues to star in the series. With his own family to take care of, fans have been wondering what he does for a living outside of the show.
Little People, Big World: What Does Zach Roloff Do for a Living?
Zach Roloff's main source of income is Little People, Big World. The soon-to-be father of three supposedly earns $7,000 to $10,000 for each episode.
Other reports say he rakes in around $35,000 per season. Celebrity Net Worth has pegged Zach's net worth to be somewhere in the vicinity of $700,000.
In an interview with E!, Emmy-nominated reality TV producer Terence Michael revealed that shows like LPBW receive about 10% of each episode's budget. If this is the case, then Zach and Tori Roloff, along with their two children, are making quite a fortune since other members of the family have left the show.
Matt and Amy Roloff are still the stars of Little People, Big World. Their respective significant others, Caryn Chandler and Chris Marek, also appear on the show regularly so they likely get a slice of the cake as well.
It's safe to say that Zach's wealth is the fruit of his hard work on LPBW. However, the TV personality still has other jobs that keep him busy.
Zach also makes a living running Roloff Farms. One of his tasks is to give guests a tour of the property through their Golden Pass Private Tours. Each ticket costs $300, and he's likely getting a good share for his troubles. The 31-year-old was also a coach for three youth soccer teams.
LPBW: Tori Roloff Earns Her Share
Zach's wife Tori was a kindergarten teacher before she decided to quit and become a full-time mom. The 30-year-old is focused on raising their children, Jackson Kyle, 4, and Lilah Ray, 2, while also filming for LPBW.
She also keeps busy doing what she can to help out with the 34-acre farm. The social media influencer also accepts some photography gigs from time to time.
Despite moving out of the farm, the LPBW couple assured fans that they would still be part of the show. Head back to Showbiz Army for more news and updates.