Molly Roloff, born Molly Jo Roloff is a famed American reality TV star. She came into prominence with the hit reality TLC TV show “Little People, Big World.” The show focuses on the daily lives of the Roloff family dealing with dwarfism chronicling the day to day activities and the challenges faced by them in their everyday life. Here is a brief summary of Molly Roloff’s net worth in 2019.
Molly Jo Roloff was born on September 17, 1993, in Portland, Oregon, USA. She was born to Amy and Matthew Roloff both of whom suffer from dwarfism. Molly is the only daughter of the Roloff family and has 3 brothers, Jacob, Zach and Jeremy Roloff. Out of all the siblings, only Zach has dwarfism while the rest, Molly, Jacob, and Jeremy are of average height.
Molly along with her siblings was brought up on the family-owned Roloff farms spread over 36 acres located at Hillsboro in Helvetia, Oregon. The family dealt in and grew crops of pumpkin. Molly’s father Matthew Roloff was a computer software salesman before presiding on the show.
He later started his own venture, Direct Access Solutions which dealt with providing accessibility kits to people with dwarfism. Molly’s mother, a polymath, dabbled in various fields ranging from acting to teaching. She set up the Amy Roloff Charity Foundation which helps in providing aid to affected kids, people in need and disability groups, proving herself to be a true philanthropist. Molly attended Faith Bible High School.
After graduating, Molly completed her higher education from Whitworth University in Spokane, Washington in 2012 with a double major in Accounting and Spanish. Being the only girl of the family, Molly enjoyed certain perks while cameras rolled around her house. Her room was completely off limits to the rolling lenses thus, granting her privacy and shelter from the eyes of the world.
While in college, Molly’s life took a romantic turn where she met her future husband, Joel Silvius. They dated for a couple of years before Joel popped the question. The pair got engaged on December 2016 and got married on August 5, 2017. The bride and groom exchanged vows on the same family farm she was brought up on. The wedding was a tight-knit intimate family affair with only the couple’s family and closest friends in attendance.
Molly Roloff has been featured in nearly 200 episodes of “Little People, Big World” since the commencement of the show in 2006. The show first aired on March 4, 2006, lasting 12 seasons with the last episode aired on June 27, 2017. The show was a critical and commercial success with majorly positive reviews. Since the huge success, Molly Roloff’s family farm has transformed into a major tourist destination amassing more than 30,000 visitors.
In 2012 she was featured in the spin-off series “Little People, Big World: Wedding Farm.” Molly also appeared twice on The Oprah Winfrey Show. As of now, Molly has a full-time job working as a staff accountant specializing in assurance, tax, and consulting services at Moss Adams in Spokane, Washington. Molly Roloff resides in Spokane, Washington along with her husband, Joel Silvius.
Awards and Achievement
• Honored at the High School Awards Banquet winning 3 awards for Spanish, Pre-calculus, and Chemistry respectively.
• Worked as a Transcriptionist at ABC Transcription, Inc from July 2013- September 2015.
• Was a Fellow at 1st Presbyterian Church from June 2015- August 2015.
• ASWU Hub manager at Whitworth University from August 2014- May 2015.
• Accounting Intern at Hotel La Condesa from February 2014- May 2014.
• Assistant Coach at Indoor Goals from June 2012- August 2013.
Net Worth of Molly Roloff
Molly Roloff, America’s sweetheart, has captivated many fans through her appearance on the hit family series. Her current net worth is $500 thousand.
Molly is cited as the most intelligent amongst all her siblings. She is very close to her parents and her siblings. A very private person she prefers her life in Spokane reveling in her true essence away from the constant scrutiny of the reel and the lights.