Jeremy Roloff’s Net Worth and How He Makes Money Since Leaving ‘Little People, Big World’
When the Roloff family hit our TVs back in 2006 on TLC’s Little People, Big World, we couldn’t help but immediately get sucked into their difficulties, celebrations, and day-to-day lifestyle. The series chronicled the lives of Matt and Amy Roloff, two middle-aged parents of four kids living in Portland, Oregon. Matt, Amy, and one of their children, Zach, have dwarfism, and thus became the show’s main focus. But the other kids who are of average height, Jacob, Molly, and Zach’s twin brother, Jeremy, were also included during the filming. Altogether, fans got to witness the entire family dynamic.
In the summer of 2018, 28-year-old Jeremy announced he’d be leaving the show, however. Here’s why he chose to call it quits and his overall net worth now.
Jeremy chose to leave the show to take care of his own family
CNN reminds us Jeremy Roloff was just 16 years old when he was featured on Little People, Big World — but over the course of 12 years, a lot changed. Not only did his parents divorce and the rest of his siblings were going through serious life changes, but Jeremy fell in love along the way. Good Housekeeping notes he met his wife, Audrey, in 2010. After an awkward first couple of dates, they pursued a long-distance relationship and finally married five years later. And the two had big plans for their future that didn’t necessarily involve the TLC show.
The publication notes Audrey’s family first moved close to the Roloff’s when she married, but that soon changed. Jeremy and Audrey relocated to Los Angeles and then to Bend, Oregon. Things became even more complicated when the couple announced they were expecting their first child early on in 2017. While the couple gives updates on their small family, it only made sense for the both of them to move forward with their lives without the show. “It has been an amazing run, and I can’t say thank you enough to all of you who have watched and supported us along the ride,” he said.
How he’s making a living without Little People, Big World
We’re certain Jeremy and Audrey have quite a lot of money stored away from their run on Little People, Big World, which will certainly help them secure their daughter’s future. Good Housekeeping notes sources estimated each person on the show made around $7,000 to $10,000 for each episode. For this reason, it’s safe to assume Jeremy made around $120,000 just from the show.
The famous series was just the beginning for Jeremy, too. The publication notes he also has a passion for photography and took photos of weddings and events for extra cash on the side. As for more permanent income, it’s noted that Jeremy and Audrey sell a journal to help couple’s maintain a strong relationship. They also have a book titled A Love Letter Life that is set to be released in 2019. And their biggest moneymaker is most likely their blog, Beating 50 Percent. The blog centers on helping couples achieve covenant marriages, which, to the Roloff family, means a marriage that is “value-centered” and “undividely devoted.”
Jeremy’s overall net worth
Even with Jeremy and Audrey’s absence from the show, he and Audrey are doing quite well for themselves. Celebrity Net Worth notes his net worth totals $300,000.
If you want to catch up with Jeremy and Audrey today, Romper reminds us the two have a podcast. They discuss their marriage, their daughter, and what they’re getting into next. If you want to support the couple, this is a great way to do it, too, as it’s become another means of making money for them.
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