Little People, Big World Zach and Tori Roloff’s Net Worth

It is difficult to think about a reality show that has existed longer than Keeping Up with the Kardashians.

But no one needs to think hard since Little People, Big World has been on screen longer.

TLC fans were first introduced to the show in 2006.

This was about 18 months before Keeping Up With The Kardashians started showing on E!

Let us look at Zach and Tori’s net worth. 

Net Worth

The reality star has been featured in the hit show since he was a teenager, and the series is not showing signs of going slow. 

According to Celebrity Net Worth, the reality stars are estimated to be worth $700,000 as of 2022.

They make around $10,000 for every episode.

Zach Roloff has been in the hit show since it debuted in 2005.

He has more than 15 seasons under his belt, and the reality star has amassed a significant net worth, according to reliable sources. 

Since Zach was a teenager, he has profited from his appearance on the family show.

One can assume that since Molly, Jeremy, and Jacob, are no longer making appearances on the show, Zach and Tori are getting a significant amount from the money earned. 

Even though how much they earn for every episode is unknown, it has been speculated that the family gets 10% of each episode’s budget.

Since it averagely costs $250,000 to create an episode, the family gets $25,000.

Once this is split with other family members, Tori and Zach get a few thousand dollars. 

The Couple Met in 2010

The pair met in 2010 when he was working pumpkin season on the family property.

Their first date lasted for a couple of hours; the rest was history.

The series has allowed Zach and Tori to welcome fans into their lives as the family increased.

Now they have children and hope to add others in the future.

Other Endeavors

Between filming the series and assisting on the family farms, Zach does not have the time to engage in another occupation, and that is why his salary mostly comes from the show and assisting on his parent’s farm.

Apart from working on the farm, Zach also works as a tour guide for Golden Pass Private Tours which is $300.

When he is not acting in the series, he is a soccer coach for various teams situated in Oregon.

He also plays in a soccer team that managed to clinch fourth place in Argentina’s Copa America Dwarf World Cup. 

It is unknown if he gets paid for coaching or playing soccer. 

Raising a family is not easy, and Tori chose to make it her priority.

She worked as a kindergarten teacher but took a break after giving birth to her first child. 

She also started doing photography, taking a particular interest in portraits.

She also capitalizes on her popularity since her Instagram account shows she has more than a million followers.

That following enables her to get paid by different brands to endorse their products. 

The flexibility in social media and photography enables her to raise her children while concentrating on her work.

She has not stated whether she will return to being a teacher, but for now, the family has sufficient income from various sources to enable her to remain at home. 

The pair have talked about leaving the show, which would enable them more time to venture into their professions, but for now, they seem to enjoy sharing their stories with fans.

They Bought a House in Washington

Fans will have followed the drama when Matt listed some of the family’s farmland for sale after offering it to his children. 

After a discussion involving selling the property, Matt and Zach argued, and he and his wife decided to purchase property elsewhere. 

They moved into a house in Washington, an hour’s drive from their family property in Oregon.

The mother revealed that their new house had their dream kitchen and was ideal for raising their family.