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Troy Landry Net Worth 2023, House. Meet his Wife Bernita Landry.

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Image of Troy Landry of Swamp People Net Worth, Salary, Wife, Age, Wiki-Bio

Meet Troy Landry, a third generation alligator hunter, reality TV star and resident of Louisiana. To couch potatoes, he is a regular on History Channel’s Swamp People.

To gamers, he is the voice of Choot’em in the mobile app game, Angry Swamp. However, to his wife and family, he is the King of the Swamp.

Find out more about Troy Landry Net Worth. Also, meet his wife, Bernita Landry.

Troy Landry Net Worth in 2023 $2 Million.

With reliable sources backing us up, Troy Landry’s net worth is $2 million. The pioneer of the show gets paid a salary of $25,000 for each episode aired.

But that’s not all. The series racked up millions of viewers across the globe prompting for the executives to initiate two spin-offs. One called Outback Hunters based in – you guessed it – Australia; and the second called Swamp Mysteries with Troy Landry which debuted in July last year.

In addition to taking center stage on both reality programs, the gator hunter also earns a lot from the merchandise linked to the show. He also gets dividends from the incorporation of his voice into the game Angry Swamp.

Moreover, the TV star also owns a restaurant which also stretches his net worth by a mile. We’ll highlight it next.

Image of Swamp People cast Troy Landry net worth is $2 million

Swamp People cast Troy Landry net worth is $2 million

Troy Landry Career Info

The enigmatic star wasn’t always enthusiastic as he is today on the show. He had ever done his hunting alone or sometimes with his small crew.

So, when the agents from the History Channel approached him for a career in television, he turned them down severally.

His mindset was already fixated on the idea that only fishers and a few sailors with cable would be his audience. As you already know, this was never the case.

It was through the intervention of his wife that he softened up to the idea of cameras following him around during hunting.

Image of Troy Landry from Swamp People show

Troy Landry from Swamp People show

They shot the first season in 2009 and officially aired it the following year in August 2010. It had an audience of 4.2 million viewers and is currently one of the best shows on the History Channel.

Swamp People Troy Landry House, Cars, Businesses

When it comes to the best seafood restaurant in Louisiana, Troy Landry’s Seafood House is the place you want to visit. If you’re also wondering whether gator meat tastes like fried chicken, Troy is the right person to talk to about that.

The joint is open for gator meat, crabs, crawfish, frogs, turtles; you name it. He also operates his father’s gas station called Duffy’s and undoubtedly refers his customers to try out seafood at his place. Talk about business strategies.

Speaking of places, the gator hunter lives in Pierre Part, Louisiana in an all wood built house. Troy Landry from ‘Swamp People’ lived in a trailer with his wife Bernita and their three sons for 30 years while he collected the wood to make it. Once he had enough resources and labor from Danny and a contractor named Elson Templet, the work began.

The house is now a tourist destination as it purely made of Cypress and sits on their 3-acre farm. The finishing touches include a 30 by 34 feet spacious family room with 13 white-tailed Deer heads. It also has a 12-foot dining table, custom designed bedrooms and much more. Occasionally, they often receive visitors from the wild in the bayou coming out to sunbathe.

Troy Landry Married is to a wife, Bernita Landry.

The one person we really ought to thank for setting this wheel in motion is Troy Landry’s wife, Bernita Landry. She was born on July 16th, 1958, and attended the Patterson High School.

Later on in life, the couple met, fell in love and tied the knot producing two of the star’s son’; Jacob and Chase.

Image of Troy Landry son Jacob and Chase.

Troy Landry son Jacob and Chase.

So what about Brandon? Well, he goes by his Surname Hotard which comes from his father. Brandon isn’t biologically Troy’s, but he is one of his sons.

He was part of the show until 2012 when he ventured out into other areas of work. Nevertheless, the Choot’em star passed down generations worth of skills in hunting down to all three of his sons.

Image of Troy Landry with his wife Bernita Landry

Troy Landry with his wife, Bernita Landry

Back to his wife Bernita, the mother of three started her career as a bank teller at the Patterson State Bank. His wife Bernita then became an elementary school teacher at the Pierre Part Elementary School from 1995 up to 2017.

She currently works as the publicist of the show and takes it upon herself to glamor and style up her husband.

Troy Landry Age, Parents, Family, Siblings, Wiki-bio, Facts.

Full name Troy Adam Landry
Age 63 years old
Date of Birth June 9th, 1960
Place of Birth Louisiana, USA
Profession Reality TV star, Gator hunter, Restauranteur
Net worth $2 million
Wife Bernita Landry
Kids Jacob and Chase
Height Unknown
Weight Undisclosed
Zodiac Sign Gemini

Ever since he could remember, Troy had always called the Louisiana Swamps home. He commemorates his birthday each year on June 9th with the most recent celebration after hitting the age of 63. The gator hunter learned everything he knows from his parents, Duffy and Myrtle.

However, he’s not the only one to drink from the cup of knowledge. Troy Landry has two siblings named Guy and Bubba Landry who all grew up with him at the Atchafalaya river basin of Louisiana.

 The best part about Landry Family is that we get to the whole family in action in Swamp People. The only thing scrapped out from his bio is whether or not and where he got his formal education.


Troy Landry is the man behind Swamp People. It’s incredible to see how much Troy Landry has built his net worth from a modest budget during the short hunting season. His wife, family, and fans all thank him for that

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