Chet Landry

Chet Landry

Reporter

Biloxi, MS

A familiar face on the Mississippi Gulf Coast, Chet Landry joins the WLOX News Team as a Multi-Media Journalist and Reporter.

Born and raised in Biloxi, Chet is no stranger to “coast life.” A graduate of The University of Southern Mississippi, by way of Biloxi High School, his roots run deep.

Upon finishing his education, he set sail into the world of entertainment. Chet worked for a number of notable companies. Disney Creative Entertainment, Royal Caribbean Productions, Troika and NETworks are just a few. He was lucky enough to grace the stage with the original cast of Finding Nemo: The Musical, at the Animal Kingdom in Walt Disney World.

Having returned home to Biloxi after an 18-year career, he can now be seen singing with the Coast Big Band and working with various theater companies around town. When he is not performing, he spends much of his additional free time serving as an officer with Krewe of Neptune… a position he is extremely proud to hold.


Recent Articles by Chet

  Father and son from Gulfport prepare to wrap up a tradition that started 42 years ago

People unhappy about cost of memberships and tickets to Mississippi Aquarium

Sixty-six batteries stolen from 33 school buses in Jackson County

Groundbreaking takes place for new state veterans home at Tradition

Jackson County woman gets to ‘come on down’ on The Price is Right

South Mississippi Correctional Institution performed ‘mock escape’ training exercise

South Mississippi teen battles cancer but doesn’t miss a beat in the classroom

Gulfport woman remembers horrors of makeshift morgue behind her house after Hurricane Camille

Mardi Gras next year could cost more because of U.S./China trade talks

Beach-goers not stalled by remnants of Hurricane Barry

Officials: Three men gave suspect clothes in the hours after Biloxi officer was killed

Suspect accused of killing Biloxi cop appears in court for the first time

Guinea pigs soon to be up for adoption at HSSM, adoption fee increased

  Tires break free from 18-wheeler killing New Orleans college student