Amy Roloff Net Worth
Amy Roloff net worth: Amy Roloff is an American entrepreneur and reality television personality who has a net worth of $4.5 million dollars. Amy Roloff is based near Portland, Oregon, where she lives with her husband and four children and is part of a reality television show called, Little People, Big World on TLC. The TLC show features the Roloff family and how they live with dwarfism. The family includes Matt, his wife Amy, and their four children: fraternal twins Jeremy and Zachary; their daughter, Molly; and their youngest son named Jacob. Zachary, like his mother, has achondroplasia, while the other three children are average height; Matt has diastrophic dysplasia. Amy was born on September 17, 1964 in Michigan and is a graduate from Central Michigan University. She shares her birthday with her daughter, Molly. Amy has achondroplasia, a type of dwarfism that is caused by a DNA change that results in abnormal cartilage formation. Her parents, sisters, and brother are all of average size. Matt and Amy met at a Little People of America convention in 1987, and became engaged shortly after. They were married on September 12, 1987. The couple 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. Recently, during a one-hour special of Little People, Big World on March 25, 2014, the couple announced that after 26 years in a relationship, they have decided to try a trial separation. Currently Matt is living on the farm in a guesthouse while Amy remains in the family home.