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Woodrow Landfair was born on 9 November, 1982 in Richmond, Virginia, United States, is an Author, storyteller, laborer. Discover Woodrow Landfair's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 38 years old?

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Occupation Author, storyteller, laborer
Age 39 years old
Zodiac Sign Scorpio
Born 9 November 1982
Birthday 9 November
Birthplace Richmond, Virginia, United States
Nationality United States

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The novel met mixed reviews, with Kirkus Reviews writing, “Throughout, Landfair’s evocative prose places the reader on the seemingly endless highways and byways of our expansive country. However, for all of its focus on trying to understand the American spirit, the novel fails to divulge very much information about its main character.”


In June 2014, Landfair's semi-autobiographical novel Land of the Free was published by Harbinger Book Group with the support of a twenty-eight city book tour, which retraced parts of Landfair's motorcycle travels.


According to IMDb, Landfair appears in the Richard Linklater documentary Inning by Inning: A Portrait of a Coach, which aired on ESPN in 2008 and was filmed during the 2006 college baseball season in which coach Augie Garrido attempted to capture consecutive national titles. Landfair is also listed on the credits of Benjamin Moses Smith's short film David and the Fish.


As of May 2007, he had reached thirty-two states, performing oral stories in forty-one cities. He was featured in several newspapers nationwide and on May 8, 2007 appeared on the front page of the Austin American Statesman as part of a two-page spread. On September 23, 2007, Landfair authored and performed a one man show 48 States of Adventure at Washington D.C.'s Wolf Trap National Park for the Performing Arts in front of a capacity crowd. The show was recorded as an album, 48 LIVE, which sells on iTunes. On September 24, 2007, the Fox News Channel ran a feature on Landfair, his stories and his travels. Anchor Shepard Smith referred to Landfair as aspiring to become "the next John Steinbeck or Louis L'Amour."

From 2007-2008, he published articles as associate editor of Prop. 65 Clearinghouse in San Francisco, then joined the production staff at New York City's The Public Theater in 2009. With approval from the US State Department, Landfair left New York in 2010 to join an American delegation in Havana, Cuba.


Landfair first gained notoriety in 2006, amidst an indefinite nationwide odyssey. Pawning all he owned, he purchased a 1995 Suzuki Intruder 800 motorcycle he did not know how to ride, and left with "no route, no budget, no clue."


A member of the 2005 NCAA Division I Baseball Championship team, he won varsity letters in each of his three seasons, and was voted Teammate of the Year by his fellow players for both the 2004 and 2005 campaigns.

After injuring his lower back running marathons, he tore two discs in his spine over the course of the 2005 season. No longer a student-athlete nor on scholarship from the Navy, he studied creative writing under Zulfikar Ghose. Setting out to research and write a novel, he sold everything he had—including his National Championship ring—and, with no previous riding experience, left on a recently purchased used motorcycle.


Between 2003 and 2005, he trained with future Major League Baseball players Huston Street, JP Howell, Drew Stubbs, Omar Quintanilla, Brad Halsey, Curtis Thigpen, Michael Hollimon, Matt Holliday, Alex Hinshaw, Chris Davis, Taylor Teagarden and Sam LeCure at the University of Texas.


Landfair grew up with his mother and two sisters in Springfield, Virginia, and with his father in California - at first near Los Angeles, then in San Francisco. He enrolled at the University of Texas in 2001, on full academic scholarship from the United States Navy with the ambition to become a SEAL. Dared by fellow Midshipmen to show up at the baseball team's October 2002 walk-on tryout, Landfair earned a spot on the roster.


Woodrow Landfair (born Stanley Wood Landfair II on November 9, 1982, also called "Pack") is an American novelist, and NCAA Champion athlete, known for pawning his 2005 College World Series ring, changing his name, and leaving on a used motorcycle to live as an itinerant laborer on what became a forty-eight state odyssey. The motorcycle trip is the subject of the novel Land Of The Free (2014).