Theresa Larson Masters alias Terry Ventura is a former Marine Corps Engineer Officer and a Combat Veteran. She has been in the limelight because of her famous husband Jesse Ventura, who is an American politician and a retired professional Wrestler. He is also an established actor and television presenter.
Theresa Larson Masters’ Family
Theresa Larson hails from Brooklyn, New York, and met Jesse Ventura in 1990 while working at a local McDonald’s. She was only nineteen then and Jesse was thirty-nine years old. They got married in 1975 and were blessed with two beautiful children, Jade Ventura, and Tyrel Ventura. Tyrel was born in 1979 and is a Television producer and his sister Jade was born in 1984. Much is not known about Therese as she prefers to live a low-key existence, away from the media keeping herself hidden from the public eye but her husband keeps appearing in news now and then.
Theresa Larson Masters’ Personal Life and Net worth
Theresa Larson studied at New York City Community College for a year before she dropped out and began working. She was employed at a local McDonald’s. when she met Jesse Ventura and they fell for each other. She resigned from her job and moved in with Jesse. Theresa is also a fitness and health model. She likes to maintain a low profile and is not very active on social media, so knowing much about her net worth and source of income is difficult.
Theresa’s husband Jesse Ventura is reported to have a net worth of $8 million. He joined and served U.S. Navy during the Vietnam War era. After returning from there, he started to work for The Rolling Stones as a bodyguard. He adopted the name “Jesse “The Body” Ventura” and became a professional wrestler and accumulated a lot of fame in the World Wrestling Federation (WWF). He performed as a heel and often used the motto “Win if you can, lose if you must, but always cheat!”. He even got himself a T-shirt made with the words printed on it.
He was elected mayor of Brooklyn Park, Minnesota in 1991 and held the position till 1995. He called himself a “statesman” rather than a politician. From 1999 to 2003, he served as the 38th governor of Minnesota.
He also pursued an acting career and appeared in films like Predator, Abraxas, Guardian of the Universe, Major League II, and The Running Man. He was truly a jack of many trades.
After retiring from wrestling, Ventura admitted to using anabolic steroids. After publicly admitting it, he took part in public service announcements and appear in printed ads and on posters warning and educating young people about the potential dangers and health risks of abusing steroids.
Ventura was hospitalized in 2002 for a severe blood clot in his lungs, the injury that ended his wrestling career.