Theresa Randolph was born and raised in Central Islip New York. She began her dance and acting career at the young age of four. In 2001, she enrolled in her first dance school on Long Island where she studied Ballet, Jazz, and Tap. Although she was young, her teachers saw that she had a special talent and she quickly moved into advanced classes and received private lessons. By the age of seven, she was nominated for a scholarship and was accepted into The Company. Not only did she excel in dance, but she was cast as an extra in shows like Blues Clues, Sesame Street, Law and Order: Special Victims Unit and many more. With her new experience in acting she enrolled in acting classes in Manhattan. At the age of 10, she won Best Sitcom in the IMTA California Competition in 2005 and was the only student to come back to New York with an award that year. She went forward in her acting career where she became a member of SAG and began expanding her modeling career as well. She was featured on a billboard for child abuse that was seen in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Theresa posed in Junior Magazine and was featured in a spread for The Gap.
Throughout her teens, Theresa has participated in liturgical dance at her church and began to love dancing while practicing her faith. In 2010 she was ordained head of the Dance Ministry at Living Rock Christian Center in Far Rockaway.
At the age of 15, she received a scholarship to dance at The Ballet Center in Long Island. Here she performed in various ballets like The Nutcracker, Cinderella, and Swan Lake.
Theresa has spread her knowledge of dance and acting with many students through her choreography and productions of various shows. Her goal is to mold her students to become successful dancers and give them even more opportunities than she had.