Michael Zomber is one of the most prolific storytellers in the world. He has authored six books and written several screenplays. Some of his published works include Jesus and the Samurai, Sweet Betsy That’s Me and Son of Kentucky. Many of his works explore how the horrors of war play a role in the lives of individuals.
Born in 1949, Zomber is the son of German Immigrants. As a child, his family moved to New Jersey then settled in Pennsylvania. After graduating from high school, he attended the University of Illinois, Villanova University and Oberlin College, where he attained several degrees.
Zomber is an authority on guns, Japanese Samurai swords and other antique weaponry. He is also a weapons dealer. Over the years, he has acquired a significant cache of weapons and armor from many countries. Zomber also appears on The History Channel series: Tales of the Gun. Zomber’s expertise can be seen on eight episodes of the critically acclaimed series.
Zomber and his wife, Andrea, live in Franklin, Tennessee. His wife currently runs the independent film company Reniscent Films. In his travels, Zomber has seen the catastrophic affects of war up close and personal. Because of this, he is a huge supporter of Amnesty International, Doctors Without Borders and UNICEF. Check out Michael on Facebook, or read about his continued film work on his production company page.