Jeremy Roloff Net Worth

How much is Jeremy Roloff Worth?

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Jeremy Roloff net worth:
$300 Thousand

Jeremy Roloff net worth: Jeremy Roloff is an American reality television personality and student who has a net worth of $300 thousand dollars. Jeremy Roloff was born in Oregon, and is a member of the Roloff Family. The Roloffs are the subjects of the reality series, Little People, Big World, on TLC. Matt and Amy Roloff, Jeremy's parents, both have dwarfism, as does his twin brother, Zach. His parents bought a fixer-upper farmhouse on 34-acres of land in Helvetia, Oregon in 1990. They worked to create Roloff Farm, which now features pumpkins, a pirate ship on a lake, a three-story tree house, a full-sized Medieval castle, a regulation soccer field, a volleyball court, a mine shaft, and underground tunnels. There are also outbuildings and some restored barns. Roloff Farm is open to the public during certain seasons of the year, such as pumpkin season. It receives approximately 30,000 visitors annually. Both Jeremy and his brother, Zach, graduated from high school in 2009. Jeremy then went on to attend college at the local community college. An accomplished amateur photographer, he ultimately chose to leave Oregon in order to attend Brooks Institute of Photography in Southern California. He recently made headlines, when he proposed to his girlfriend, Audrey Mirabella Botti, and she accepted. He announced the engagement via Instagram. The announcement of the engagement comes on the heels of the announcement that his parents are separating after 26 years of marriage.

Jeremy Roloff Net Worth

Jeremy Roloff

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