We all know how late physicist/cosmologist/author Stephen Hawking and the founder of Life Without Limbs Nick Vujicic overcame their disabilities. Today, their contribution has made this world a better place to live in. Likewise, today we have a story of a similar guy, a dwarf guy named Zachary Roloff, who has contributed to the entertainment industry.
Zachary Roloff is an American reality TV star and a soccer coach. Roloff rose to fame with his appearance in TL's show Little People, Big World, which premiered on March 4, 2016. Today, Zachary has a net worth of over $300 thousand.
The Oregon, USA born Zachary Roloff owes his success to the TLC's Little People, Big World, which is the major source of his income.
Zach got exposure to his audience after he was featured in the reality series. As of 2018, Zachary has an estimated net worth of $300 thousand.
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Zach also earns a decent sum of money from WWE's Tough Enough. Besides, his profession as a soccer coach also adds to his wealth.
Zachary, who leads a successful professional life, also has a sound personal life. He is married to Vitoria Elizabeth and the couple together have a child, a son together.
Zachary Roloff and his now wife Vitoria Elizabeth tied the knot in July 2015. They got married in a wedding ceremony attended by 200 guests, including their family members and friends.
Zachary's divorced parents also attended the ceremony together, keeping their differences aside.
Zachary proposed Elizabeth in 2015 in an open field and Elizabeth had only one thing in her mind "YES".
Earlier to their marriage, Zachary and Elizabeth dated each other for an ample amount of time, having each other come face to face with their flaws and strength.
At first, people made mean comments regarding Zachary and Elizabeth's relationship, to which Elizabeth replied,
I don’t love Zach because of how he looks (although he is quite handsome if I do say so myself) but rather what things weigh on his heart. It doesn’t matter to me that I’m taller than my husband. Honestly, it gives me an excuse to never wear heels.
Ever. I can’t imagine my life if I had never given my husband a chance because he was shorter than me. Love people because of their minds. Not their bodies.
The family of two had the newest member in the family back in 2017. Zachary and Elizabeth were blessed with a child, son Jackson Kyle on May 12, 2017.
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Jackson is born with the same problem, Achondroplasia, which is also the reason behind his father's dwarfism. Zachary, who had a rough childhood facing his disability, sounded confident about raising his dwarf kid. He said,
You have to encourage a dwarf child a little more because it will take them five steps to do what others can do in two. But I knew, dwarf or not, I was going to parent my child with the mentality that not everyone gets a trophy. You have to earn it.