Michael Zomber is a man of many passions, to say the least. As a historian, antique collector, novelist, film producer and television personality, Zomber is passionate about not only preserving history, but also making history appealing and important to future generations to come.
For forty years, Zomber has been collecting antique arms, and as an expert in this field he has shared his wealth of knowledge with audiences of all kinds, notably on the History Channel. He has written six novels, displaying his impeccable understanding of history, and he continues to work on independent films for his film company, Renascent Films LLC, which he started with his wife.
He loves the art of samurai so much that he has written a novel about the subject, Shogun Iemitsu: War and Romance in 17th Century Tokugawa Japan. The book is available on Amazon. He also created a documentary about Bushido, Soul of the Samurai.
Living in Philadelphia with his family, Zomber believes that the codes of honor and conduct dictated by samurai practices can still be applied to people in the western world today. With themes such as discipline and utmost morality, the samurai way of life is what has kept Zomber in a class of historians and preservationists above all others like him.
The common link in all of Michael Zomber’s endeavors is that of a passion for historical storytelling. He thrives in this arena, and through all of his creative outlets it is this ability that has brought him his success. On History Channel series such as “Tales of the Gun” he has succeeded in intriguing the imaginations of the network’s loyal viewers through the exciting stories he has shared. Currently his expertise makes him a highly sought out personality for historical television documentaries and interviews.
Additionally, Michael Zomber is a noted philanthropist, working closely with organizations such as UNICEF and Doctors Without Borders in an effort to bring peace to the world.
Michael Zomber plans to continue telling stories through books and films, while also continuing to focus on his philanthropic efforts to make the world a better place.