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TV Personality Troy Landry's Net Worth; Details of His House & Overall Properties

Updated On 12 Dec, 2018 Published On

What extremities you would go to keep your family supplied. Well, Troy Landry would battle alligators. Don't be surprised, it's what he does on screen. Troy is an American TV personality who appears on History Channel's Swamp People, which currently is in its 9th season. His wildlife knowledge has made him an epitome figure on the TV show. 

Swamp People premiered on August 22, 2010, and since then Troy has been a part of the show. The TV show features struggle to preserve the way of living of French Canadian refugees in the Atchafalaya Basin during the alligator hunting season.

Let's get to know how much Troy Landry earns for risking his life?

Troy Landry Net Worth in 2018

Troy Landry has appeared on the Swam People for nine years and has managed to earn a great deal of money for his appearance on the TV show while hunting alligators.

Troy's earnings might not fall in the league of other wildlife TV show stars such as Bear Grylls, Les Stroud, and few others, but undoubtedly the show has made him into a millionaire. Troy earns around $25 thousand for each episode of Swamp People, which totals $300 thousand annually. His $300 thousand income happens to be after excluding spin-off and special appearances.

Well, as of 2018, Troy's net worth is estimated at $2 million. Swam People isn't his only way of earning. Troy runs his own crawfish business and acts as the chief harvester and distributor. While occupied by the TV show, his family comes to play the part in his crawfish business. His income from the sells obviously adds extra digits in his net worth.

 
 
 
 
 
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#family #8pm #season6

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With millions of net worth to his name, Troy has managed to take a big leap on properties, befitting his stature.

Troy Landry Properties, An Extention To His Net Worth

Troy owns a restaurant, Landry's Seafood Restaurant in Pierre Part, Lousiana. In case you love seafood, try fried gator. Troy also owns a wood house in Lousiana, built of Cyprus wood. 

 
 
 
 
 
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Finally I can relax while my boys do the work @brandon_hotard & Jacob #familyfun #crawfish #chootem #yeti

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Troy lives in the house with his wife Bernita, to whom he got married on September 26, 1981, and their three sons.

Well, as of 2018, Troy owns a net worth of $2 million and it is expected to increase in the days to come.