7 Things You Didn’t Know About ‘Little People, Big World’ Star Tori RoloffPublished on August 3, 2017.
Tori Roloff has been in the spotlight for a few years now thanks to her role on TLC’s Little People, Big World; however, she keeps such a low profile so it’s hard to really get a sense of who she is once the cameras stop rolling. We’ve done a little bit of digging and we have 7 things that most people don’t know about the Tori Roloff:
Since viewers were first introduced to Tori, they have been dying to know how tall she is. She’s 5 foot 5-inches tall, which means that she’s over a foot taller than her husband, Zach, who stands at 4-foot 3-inches tall.
6. Kindergarten Teacher
She has a full-time job as a kindergarten teacher. She worked fat Woodland Primary school from 2013 to 2015 and then at Beaverton School District until she went on maternity leave in April 2017. She plans on visiting the students though and bringing little Jackson in to introduce to them!
Calligraphy is one of her favorite hobbies. She actually broke the news that she was expecting to Zach using the notepad where she practices her calligraphy. He saw her practicing her calligraphy on the notepad and he didn’t even catch it the first time he read the message!
4. College Grad
She went to Washington State University where she studied elementary education. She graduated in 2013. Her husband Zach, however, doesn’t have a traditional full-time job. His job is being a television personality.
3. Loves Tennis
Tori played tennis in high school and she still loves the sport. She has tried to teach Zach how to play, but he doesn’t share her passion because of how much more difficult it is for him to play than it is for her. He had more trouble running around the court and with the regulation tennis court nets.Source: TLC’s YouTube
She met Zach while working on his family’s pumpkin farm back in 2010. A coworker told her that Zach thought she was cute, but that he didn’t think she’d go out with him. The couple went on a date soon afterwards and it lasted five hours and they’ve been together ever since. They got married in 2015 and in 2017 they welcomed their first child together, Jackson, who, like his father, has achondroplasia.
1. She Loves Poppy Seed Cake
For her wedding with Zach, she insisted on having a poppy seed wedding cake. At first, Zach wasn’t on board; however, after tasting some during a wedding cake tasting at a bakery, he realized that Tori was right – poppy seed cake was delicious, so they had a poppy seed cake at their wedding.