Since 2006, TLC has followed the Roloffs through their every day lives. Though their routines may not have been glamour-filled, Little People, Big World gave the audience a glimpse into what it's like to live with dwarfism, something that was rarely seen on television.
"When you're only four feet tall you feel like you're living in a world that wasn't meant for you," Matt Roloff, the father of the family, says in the opening credits. "I can remember as a child spending my life in the hospital wanting to see the outside world. Now I get to make those dreams come true for our kids on this 40 acre farm in Oregon. My parents live just down the street. They're of average height. It might surprise you to know that Amy's parent's are of average height too. We have four kids."
Of the four kids, only one of them is a little person.
We watched as the Roloff family grew up, grew apart, and started families of their own. After 11 years, though, it's hard not to wonder what kind of money the family is bringing in. Being a TV star for over decade has to pay well, right?
We did some digging and uncovered how much each member of the family is worth.