Fearless and daring Troy Landry‘s professional life is often there to see in History channel reality TV show, “Swamp People.” He pursues and kills Alligator in the swamp area of Louisiana. It is a business sometimes he earns more in 30 days of Alligator hunting than his other business of harvesting and distributing crawfish in nine months.
However, when it comes to personal life, many aspects of his life remains behind the veil. One of that aspect is the confusion regarding his son Brandon Landry’s death. In truth, Brandon is his stepson and goes by name Brandon Hotard. Since many are not familiar with this fact they simply know him as a Landry.
When people Google Brandon Landry they come across the result Brandon Landry Obituary who was also from Louisiana. Obviously, this has created confusion if Troy Landry son died? Read below to learn the truth and collect some biography information on Brandon Hotard.
What Happened to Brandon Landry?
Firstly let me clear you, Troy Landry’s son Brandon is alive and in good shape. He celebrated his 41st birthday November last year. Brandon was part of History channel TV show Swamp People for 14 episodes from 2012 to 2014. Beyond that, he has not featured in the series.
Off the camera, he started a new job at Conrad Shipyard in Morgan City, Louisiana in December of 2013 and has been working there as estimating manager ever since. Brandon currently resides in Berwick, Louisiana and often joins his stepfather and mother Bernita Landry in Pierre Part during free time and festivals. He also gets along with his younger sibling Chase and Jacob Landry.
Aside from being a part of famous Landry family, Brandon has two beautiful daughters Rayne and Miley Landry. Also, he enjoys a relationship with a lady named Sheli Lynn Pavlick.
Short wiki like a bio on Brandon Landry
Brandon was born on November 2, 1976, in Pierre Part, Louisiana, United States. This 41 years old Louisiana native is American and holds Caucasian ethnicity. Brandon received his college education from Louisiana Technical College-Young Memorial Campus (1994-1996).