As the eldest son of Matt and Amy Roloff, has been featured on since the TLC reality show premiered in 2006. While Roloff Farms helps provide a steady income for the entire family, Jeremy has found other ways to make ends meet, growing his net worth to an astounding $300,000, .
So, we don't know for sure how much the Roloffs make per episode, but , who estimated that each person in a "docu-ensemble" can make anywhere between $7,000 to $10,000 per episode after three seasons. So, we can assume that Jeremy makes at least $120,000 per year from the show.
Jeremy attended the Brooks Institute in California for college, where he pursued his passion for photography. (.) Back in 2014, Jeremy was much more open about his passion for photography, even showcasing it on a now-defunct blog and Instagram account. While it might not be his main source of income anymore, we assume he made some decent money photographing weddings and other events.
When Jeremy married his wife Audrey in 2014, the two started the blog . According to the site, the content is meant to inspire covenant marriages, which are marriages that are "undividedly devoted, completely committed, persistently selfless, value-centered, joy-filled, and love-based." (Those are their words, but traditionally require a lot of pre-martial counseling and have strict limits as to what would qualify the marriage to end in divorce). Like most blogs, ads run on the site, offering another source of income for the Roloffs.
Jeremy and Audrey have also created a marriage journal called the Navigator's Council, which is supposedly designed to help couples create a stronger relationship. They on their site for $25.
The couple has also recently been offering up hints that they are working on a book together, which we imagine will bring in some big bucks for the duo once it's published.