Chet Landry

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

  Gaston Point Community Center Gym to reopen once work is complete

  MGCCC Board of Directors votes on new campus police chief

  College students spend spring break holiday helping others

Biloxi City Council approves emergency contract for road work

  Tragic drowning leaves Gulfport family at a loss

Renaissance Community Loan Fund meets with local leaders to discuss Opportunity Zones

  High school students face real-life risks as they approach the prom season

  Coast students show hard work is what it takes to get into college

Coast educators selected as finalists for Administrator of the Year, Teacher of the Year

  Biloxi City Council discusses Land Development Ordinance change for downtown Howard Avenue

  More funding means more rocket testing at Stennis as NASA prepares for Moon to Mars mission

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

  Students learn impact of making healthy choices

  Silver Slipper Casino plans major expansion

  Mardi Gras bead donations now accepted

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

PCMS robotics team does it again

  Gulfport High brings mothers, sons together for valuable life lessons

  Mississippi Secretary of State speaks at Maritime Museum

  Variety of restaurants opening in D’Iberville