In 2006, fans were introduced to Amy Roloff and her family on TLC’s Little People, Big World. Nowadays, the mother of four is a household name — and her staggering net worth proves it! 

What Is ‘Little People, Big World’ Star Amy Roloff’s Net Worth?

Amy is worth an estimated $6 million, according to Celebrity Net Worth.

Amy Has Appeared on ‘Little People, Big World’ For 25 Seasons

After more than a decade on air, the dynamic on Little People, Big World has certainly changed; Amy and Matt Roloff have divorced, the matriarch of the family has since remarried and their children have grown up to start their own families. 

Of course, Amy continues to be an integral part of the beloved reality series. While it’s unclear exactly how much money the Michigan native makes per episode, it’s definitely a comfortable sum.

“For those docu-ensembles, especially if they’re nobodies, per episode it ranges from low-end, like $1,500 an episode, to $3,000 at the high end,” Business Insider reported. “And then after three years of success, it can go up to $7,000 to $10,000 an episode. After that, you start moving into the Kardashian level.”

TLC confirmed in December 2023 that Little People, Big World would return for season 25. The network later announced a premiere date of February 20, 2024.

“After an unexpected proposal, Matt and Caryn excitedly look to the future while building their dream home on the farm, but the constant strain on the family makes them wonder what that future will look like,” the season’s description reads, per Variety. “While Amy continues to enjoy married life with Chris, she remains unsettled by the family strife. To help bring the family together and support a cause near and dear to her, she decides to throw a fundraiser and enlists Chris, Matt, and Caryn’s help. But it doesn’t take long before the stress rises to the surface.”

Meanwhile, season 25 will also see Zach and Tori’s life get “turned upside down when Zach is rushed to the hospital for emergency surgery.”

Amy Roloff Is a Published Author

In 2012, Amy released a cookbook titled Short and Simple Family Recipes. In 2019, her autobiography, A Little Me, hit stores. The official description reads: “TLC star Amy shares what it was like growing up with dwarfism, how she struggled to overcome obstacles both physical and emotional while learning, as we all must, to accept herself for who she is.”

Amy Roloff Has Her Own E-Commerce Website

On Amy Roloff’s Little Kitchen, fans can purchase a number of products like coffee mugs, T-shirts, hoodies, necklaces, hats and more. Additionally, Amy features recipes and blog posts on her site.

Amy Roloff Is a Motivational Speaker

“Amy is an engaging, unique and devoted inspirational speaker,” her website reads. “Amy has thrived giving motivational talks across the U.S. for over 13 years. She got her start giving speeches after her alma-mater Central Michigan asked her to speak.”

Amy discusses topics like diversity and inclusion, faith and courage, parenting and business. She also offers her services over Zoom.

Amy Roloff Was a Previous Co-Owner of Roloff Farms

Amy sold the majority of her stake in Roloff Farms to ex-husband Matt in 2019. In December 2019, Amy shared on her Instagram Stories that she was officially moving from the farm, three years after her divorce. Her new home, which she shares with her husband Chris Marek, is a 15-minute drive from the farm. 

According to The Sun, in 2020, Matt purchased the remaining acres from his ex for $975,000.

In May 2022, Matt announced that he was putting a portion of Roloff Farms up for sale for $4 million. “Well the cats out of the bag. I want to make sure You all hear the big news directly from me,” he wrote via Instagram on May 12. “All of @rolofffarms has brought me and our family great joy for the past 30+ years! Today 16 acres of the farms 109 acres go up for sale including our original family home and bright red barn. It’s a tiny bit scary but mostly exciting. ….its time to move toward the next season of life.”

News broke in October 2023 that the family’s longtime house on Roloff Farms would instead be converted to a rental property. Only one day prior, In Touch confirmed that Matt removed the $4 million sale listing from major realty websites.

“A few weeks ago, I promised everyone a big news announcement … so here goes … When I put the small side of the farm up for sale, I knew large deals like that take a much longer time (i.e. 6-12 months) to complete with no guarantees,” the dad of four shared via Instagram on October 22, 2023. “What I didn’t expect was how many new business partners and networking connections I would make in the process.” 

During the season 25 premiere in March 2024, Matt revealed he would leave the family farm to Amy in the case of his death. The family patriarch, who is the sole owner of Roloff Farms, explained, “We’ve all but decided that when I die, we’re giving whatever piece of the farm I still have to Amy,” as his fiancée, Caryn Chandler, looked on supportively.

Amy was blown away by the news, telling cameras she didn’t “even know how to comment on that.” Matt said he decided to give the farm to Amy because “otherwise it’s too complicated,” hinting at their four adult children who grew up on the farm.

Amy Is Considering an Investment Property

Amy purchased a gorgeous 4-bedroom Hillsboro, Oregon, home in May 2018. While she currently resides there with her husband, the pair are considering moving into a new home as she was “used” to living on a large plot of land.

The couple seemingly has plans to move into a larger property after touring homes during the March 19, 2024, episode. Amy and Chris were considering homes out of their price range in an effort to use the space to host weddings and create additional income. However, Amy wasn’t completely convinced by the idea, as she didn’t want to work into her later years.

“But if we have to host them and we need to host so many of them in order to cover a lot more expenses that I would’ve anticipated in my later years, that’s where I hesitate,” the mother of four told producers in a solo confessional. “‘Cause I don’t know if I have that kind of fight at this age.”

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