We would like to thank our family, friends and all our fans for their continued support and understanding during this difficult time.'The couple also run Roloff Farm - a popular tourist attraction featuring putt putt golf, an exotic petting zoo, wagon tours, etc., - for which renovation and maintenance has been well-documented on their series.
– With the talent of Michael Dunn, but the tragedy of Herve Villechaize, the world lost British actor David Rappaport far too soon.
Moving on: Amy and Matt Roloff (seen here prior to their split on their show Littlke People, Big World) have spoken about dating after filing for divorce with NBC News correspondent Andrea Canning, and they are far from being on the same page Obviously a sore point between the couple, Matt tried to sound positive: 'Right now I'm just getting to know myself and working on my health and taking care of the businesses and working on the farm. The statement continued: 'We are proud of what we have accomplished together, including raising four wonderful children who have grown to become remarkable adults and building our strong and ongoing successful business.''Amy and I had a lot of tensions, so right around Thanksgiving, I thought I would move over to the [guest] house for a little bit...Amy and I stuck it out for years when maybe we shouldn't have,' he continued.'I never quite felt at home in my own home, so something needed to change.' 'Our kids and our ever growing family, and the love and support we have for them, will be our priority,' the pair said in their statement, also shared on the Little People, Big World Facebook account and official site.Building an empire: The couple owns Roloff Farm, a popular tourist attraction just outside of Portland, Oregon, and have documented their daily life - along with their four children - on TLC series Little People, Big World since 2006'We will continue to work together side by side in the daily responsibilities for our many current ventures.This lead to his next notable film role as Renaldo, the little person that befriends the Frankenstein monster, in the 1985 film David Rappaport as toy maker turned weapons specialist Simon Mc Kay in “The Wizard.” Although it only lasted a sinlge season, Rappaport became the first, and to date the only, little person to star in his own television series..
Rappaport played inventor Simon Mc Kay who appears to be a toy maker, but was in fact an inventor who dedicates his life to creating devices to protect the future.
Basically, Mc Kay was a weapons specialist, but you couldn’t call him that on a family show.
Studying psychology at the University of Bristol, Rappaport made a living out of being a professional drummer, as well as started acting in student productions.
After graduation Rapport worked as a teacher for a few years, but eventually decided to turn his attention to acting.
Rappaport’s first breakthroughs were in various BBC children’s programs, most notably , staring Sean Connery, John Cleese and Shelly Duvall.
Although a British production, the film was moderately successful in America.