Fearless and daring Troy Landry‘s professional life as a gator hunter is there to be seen in the History Channel reality show, “Swamp People.” He pursues and hunts gators in the swamp area of Louisiana which is one of many endeavors he is into. It is a business sometimes he makes more in 30 days of Alligator hunting seasons than his other business of harvesting and distributing crawfish for nine months. However, when it comes to his personal life, Troy likes to keep it low-key. Even such he is tight-lipped about his eldest son Brandon Landry. In truth, Brandon is his stepson and goes by the name Brandon Hotard and since many are not familiar with this fact they simply know him as a Landry.
Brandon Landry Death
Brandon Landry is alive and in good health. He resides in Berwick, Louisiana along with his two daughters and wife Sheli Lynn Pavlick whom he married in 2020. The confusion surrounding Brandon’s death is due to an obituary of Brandon Landry who was also a resident of Louisiana. Actually, the Brandon who died was 24 years old and a graduate of Live Oak High School. And the Brandon we know from Swamp People is 46 years old (born November 2, 1976).
What Happened to Brandon Landry?
Brandon joined the cast of the History Channel show “Swamp People” in 2012. He appeared in 14 episodes until 2014. Brandon is not professionally involved in the alligator hunting but the time he joins is for family commitment and for some thrill. He mainly helped stepfather Troy Landry and younger siblings Chase and Jacob Landry during the pursuit of Alligators. Brandon has not appeared in the show since 2014 even though he has joined the family of the camera on many occasions. Brandon currently works as an estimating manager for Conrad Shipyard in Morgan City, Louisiana. He joined the company in December 2013 and continues to this day.
Short wiki like a bio on Brandon Landry
Brandon was born on November 2, 1976, in Pierre Part, Louisiana, United States. Brandon is 43 years old now. He is American and belongs to the Caucasian ethnicity. Born and raised in Louisiana Brandon started his schooling in his hometown. He later joined college Louisiana Technical College-Young Memorial Campus and graduated in 1996.