Nowadays, reality TV world has provided a platform for distinctive families from around the world to document their everyday lives.

One such family is the Roloff family, who have their own TV series, Little People, Big World.  

Today, MyHowBook is taking a look at the life of one of the cast members of the TV series.

Little People, Big World follows the daily life of the Roloff family, which comprises of parents, Matt and Amy and their four children: Zach, Jeremy, Molly and Jacob. 

Zach, who was born on May 10, 1990, has a form of dwarfism like his parents, but his twin brother, Jeremy and two younger siblings, Molly and Jacob stand at average height.

Zach’s height has been a subject of curiosity to many. He stands at around 4 feet 4 inches.

He along with his fraternal twin brother, Jeremy graduated from high school in 2009.

As a child, Zach had a skull shunt implanted to drain excess cerebrospinal fluid. But, the shunt failed, and it had to be replaced surgically.

Growing up, he became a soccer fanatic. He used to play competitive soccer but stopped for some time due to his size.

The show’s season 2, documented him playing the competitive soccer again and he took a temporary break while undergoing surgery to correct the bowing of his legs.

He also coached his younger brother, Jacob’s soccer team and has said that he will continue coaching in future.

Zach made an appearance on WWE Tough Enough as a part of a basketball game between wrestlers and little people.

Growing up on his family’s pumpkin farm in Hillsboro, Oregon, he never thought much about getting married.

But things changed after he went out with Tori, who worked on his family farm and spent the 2010 season picking squash with him and his family. 

Zach and Tori, who exchanged their wedding vows in July 2015, are proud to be together and often share their pictures on social media.

They welcomed their first child, Jackson Roloff on May 12, 2017. 

From his appearance in his TV, Zach has accumulated a net worth approx. $300 thousand.