How much is Zach Roloff worth?
|Net Worth:||$900 Thousand|
|Profession:||Professional TV personality|
|Date of Birth:||May 10, 1990 (age 32 years)|
|Country:||United States of America|
|Height:||4 ft 3 in (1.3 m)|
About Zach Roloff
Zach Roloff is a television personality and is part of the Roloff Family. The Roloffs are a family of dwarves and between the years of 2006 and 2020, the show Little People, Big World followed their challenges in life. Zach Roloff graduated from high school in 2009 and was considered a good soccer player. He has since gone on to coach and continues to do so. As a TV personality, Zach has appeared on The Oprah Winfrey Show as well as WWE Tough Enough, in addition to his appearances on Little People, Big World which ended in 2020.
Roloff’s Total Net Worth
Despite having been on television since 2006 as part of Little People, Big World and having made appearances prior to that in the TV movie documentary Little People, Big Dreams (2005) and on The Oprah Winfrey Show in 2003. Zach Roloff’s earnings have only been around an estimated $1.5 million dollars.
Of that amount, around $200,000 is expected to have been paid in business related costs. The remainder, $1.3 million, will have been taxed at a rate of around 17 or 18% as Roloff has been residing in the state of Washington. That is, considering Washington state does not have a personal income tax. After tax, it is estimated that his career earnings are at around $1.07 million dollars, having paid $230,000 in taxes.
Zach Roloff married Tori Roloff in 2015 and they remain together. They have two children together, Jackson and Lilah Ray Roloff. In his personal life, Zach has likely spent around $500,000 of his career earnings but also probably possesses assets valued at around $100,000, not including investment assets. In his investments, he may have earned investment returns of $200,000. Therefore, it is estimated that Zach Roloff has a net worth of around $900 thousand.
Zach Roloff was born with dwarfism but has used it to earn a fortune in television. He has appeared in four television series and in a TV movie documentary, earning estimated career income of $1.5 million. Since the core show that he was appearing in, Little People, Big World, ended in 2020, after Zach had appeared in 243 episodes. Many are excited to see what is on the agenda next for the soccer player turned soccer coach and television personality.