Michael Zomber is a talented and gifted man who has a wide array of interests. His experiences both good and bad have led him to the place he is today. He has learned a great deal from the past and looks forward each day to a bright future that is filled with happiness.
Creativity in Life
The creative thought process allows Michael Zomber to reach great heights in both his personal and business life. His book entitled Shogun Iemitsu: War and Romance in 17th Century Tokugawa Japan was published in 2009, according to Barnes and Noble, with great fanfare. He is a born story teller having written many novels and screen plays including Sweet Betsy That’s Me, Soul of Samurai, Son of Kentucky, Park Avenue, and Jesus and the Samurai. His historical background has led him to write stories that encompass a wide array of topics.
As a renowned historian, Michael Zomber has become involved in a mission to foster peace around the world. He supports many organizations including UNICEF, Amnesty International, Doctors Without Borders, and Global Exchange. He has appeared on the History Channel numerous times as a guest historian. Soul of the Samurai is a documentary produced by Michael and his wife Andrea by Renascent Films LLC, an independent film company that they own.
The Path to Success
Michael received a degree in English Literature and Psychology, and then later attended UCLA where he got a masters in English Literature. It was during this time that he discovered his talent for writing and his love for the Japanese culture. After graduating, he began collecting antique arms including guns and swords. This interest started out as a hobby but has become a huge part of his life on which he has based many of his literary works. Michael Zomber has a bright future as an author, director, historian, philanthropist, and antique collector, but his real joy is spending time with his family in Philadelphia.