Mathew Roloff is an American actor, farmer, author, business entrepreneur, and a motivational speaker. He is best known for his appearance on the TLC reality show program Big World; Little People with his family.
The actor was born on October 7, 1961, in San Francisco, California, U.S. He is currently 56 years old. Roloff holds American nationality and belongs to white ethnicity. He was born with Diastrophic dysplasia. Roleff has a height 4 feet, and his zodiac sign is Libra.
He is the son of mother Peggy Roloff and father Ron Roloff. He has a sister Ruth Roloff and brother Sam Roloff, who also suffers from Diastrophic dysplasia. One of his brothers, Joshua Roloff, died at the age of 34 because of heart-related disease.
Mathew Roloff began his career shortly after he bought a fixer-upper farmhouse on 34-acres in Helvetia, Oregon. There he worked to form Roloff Farm, which now attributes pumpkins, three-story tree house, and full-size medieval castle volleyball court, a pirate ship on a lake, mine shaft, and underground tunnels.
Besides, Roloff has also worked in a few movies including Under Rainbow. He also performed as an Ewok in the Star Wars TV movie Ewoks: The Battle for Endor. Thus, he is a good friend with actor Martin Klebba, who has worked in the movie like Pirates of Caribbean. He is also a member of an athletic club for little people named LA Breakers.
Following this, he also worked as a computer programmer for Silicon Valley companies including Altos Computer Systems. Later, he sold system software to Fortune 500 companies and took a job with Sequent Computer System, in order to avoid the difficult work hours of Silicon Valley.
Later in 2005, he appeared in Little People, Big World. The series shot 30 days a year for six seasons. However, shortly after this, Roloff again took a job in computer sales for the software company named Amdocs.
He then moved to Iraq to promote Iraqi family with three dwarf children who wanted medical attention. Later, he also started filming a spin-off series of Little People, Big World Wedding Farm.
Likewise, as an avid motivational speaker, Roloff is the member of the National Speakers Association. He speaks at Universities, corporate events, and Conventions.
Roloff has also spoken at for the corporate events for companies like Tyson Foods, Walmart and also speaks for associations, Association of Legal Administrators throughout their annual conference, the Kansa State Council of SHRM, the Manitoba Childcare Association.
Roloff has also worked at the universities as the speaker, and he has spoken at institutions like New Mexico State, Indian University, St.Cloud State University, and Penn State Worthington Scranton. He then gave the speech at Indian Hills Community College.
Similarly, he also worked on various talk shows, Good morning America, Oprah Winfrey Show, and The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, The View and Rachael Ray.
Moreover, he has also authored a few books. In 2007, Little Family, Big Values like lessons in love, Understanding of for families of Any Size was published.
Mattew is also a former President of Little People America and also one of the founding member and the President of Coalition for Dwarf Advocacy, which is a non-profit company promoting aired treatment of dwarves and shunted individuals.
Besides, recently on October 1, 2017, he wrote a new book named Little Lucy, Big Race.
Moving toward his personal life, Mathew is a married man. He is married to wife and co-star Amy Roloff. After 26 years of married, they got divorced. The couples have four children, fraternal twins Jeremy Roloff and Zachary Roloff, daughter, Molly Roloff and their youngest son named Jacob Roloff.
As of 2019, Roloff is dating his girlfriend Caryn Chandler, since 2016.
Talking about his net worth, it is estimated that his current net worth is around $4.5 million. Mathew Roloff earns the good sum of money from his professional career. Being an American actor, farmer, author, business entrepreneur and motivational speaker, he has several sources.
Mathew is active on social media such as Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.