|Theresa Roemer Quick Info|
|Height||5 ft 9 in|
|Date of Birth||September 27, 1961|
Theresa Roemer is an American speaker, radio host, fitness instructor, philanthropist, real estate agent, entrepreneur, designer, former bodybuilder, TV personality, author, and social media star. She is best known for her 17.315-foot mansion in The Woodlands, a community 30 miles north of Houston, Texas. It contains a 3-story, 3-000-foot closet, which is often dubbed “World’s Biggest Closet” in the media.
Ainsworth, Nebraska, United States
The Woodlands, Texas, United States
Theresa attended Campbell County High School in Gillette, Wyoming, United States as the class of 1979.
In May 2019, she received a Doctor of Humane Letters degree from the Christian Bible Institue & Seminary in Houston, Texas, United States.
Social Media Star, Former Bodybuilder, Fitness Instructor, Entrepreneur, Author, Speaker, Real Estate Agent, Radio Host, TV Personality, Designer, Philanthropist
- Siblings – She had a brother and 2 other siblings. Her brother died from a heart attack at the age of 23.
5 ft 9 in or 175 cm
70 kg or 154.5 lbs
Boyfriend / Spouse
Theresa Roemer has dated –
- Lamar Roemer (2002-Present) – She met Lamar, a businessman, and a former professional tennis player when he sat down next to her in the church in 2002. They got married in 2008. In the spring of 2013, she and Lamar moved to a mansion she later became known for. Theresa and Lamar take care of 5 children – daughters Leslie Roemer Labanowski, Tashina Meyers, and Lauren Morgan, and sons LB and Maximilian.
Note: Theresa was married twice before meeting Lamar. Her 1st marriage occurred while she was in high school, with a guy who drilled water wells and lasted 7 years. After she divorced, she married a guy who worked as a coal miner and had 2 children, a son named Michael, and a daughter named Leslie. In 2006, Michael was killed in a car accident at the age of 19. She also has 2 grandsons through her daughter Leslie, twins born in 2008.
Race / Ethnicity
- Dimpled smile
- Beautiful eyes
- Strong cheekbones
Theresa Roemer has endorsed brands such as Flat Tummy Co.
She has also pledged her support for causes/organizations such as –
- Child Legacy International (2011)
- Linking the World (2015)
- Kids Need More (2015)
- American Cancer Society (2016)
- Denim and Diamonds event, benefiting Hurricane Harvey (2017)
- American Heart Association (2018)
Theresa Roemer Favorite Things
Quote – “The only person standing in the way of your success is you!”
Source – Facebook
Theresa Roemer Facts
- She was born on a ranch.
- She grew up as a tomboy and was sick all the time from rheumatoid fever.
- Theresa became a basketball player in junior high school and even got a sports scholarship to South Dakota’s Black Hills State University but got married instead.
- Theresa was tall and lanky as a kid, and kids teased her for it.
- When she reached puberty, only her right breast grew, while the left remained flat. Kids made up an offensive nickname, “Big Boob, Little Boob” for her. Theresa later corrected the irregularity with plastic surgery.
- Theresa won the U.S. Open in bodybuilding in 1999.
- In 2000, Theresa sold her fitness business, then called Body by Design, making her a self-made millionaire in the process.
- Theresa climbed Mount Kilimanjaro, at a height of 5895 meters or 19340.5 feet in July 2011. She did it as a fundraiser to repair freshwater wells in Malawi and raised more than $100k.
- In collaboration with a Houston-based fashion house, David Peck, she designed Theresa Roemer True and Real Collection in the past.
- The construction costs for her 3000-foot closet, which she also calls “she-cave” were around $500k. The entire cost of renovating the mansion was more than $2 million.
- Theresa charges people to spend time in her closet, typically around $100, which she donates to charity.
- A thief entered her closet on August 2, 2014, and stole between 10 and 15 items while she was away for 90 minutes. The thief also tried to extort $500k from Theresa by threatening to expose her as the items were allegedly fake. When she didn’t comply, he contacted various newspapers, claiming the items he or she stole were worthless and even returned them.
Featured Image by Theresa Roemer / Instagram