Michael Zomber is one of the world’s most beloved historians, in addition to being a renowned collector of arms. Known for his extensive knowledge of weapons, Zomber should be a familiar face to History Channel watchers. He’s appeared on the channel’s ‘Tales of the Gun’ series. He can be seen on a multitude of programs such as ‘Guns of the Orient’, ‘Automatic Pistols’, ‘Guns of the Famous’, ‘Million Dollar Guns’, and ‘Dueling Pistols’. Michael Zomber’s encyclopedic knowledge of arms is not restricted to firearms.
In fact Michael Zomber is possibly most famous for his enthusiasm for the history behind Japanese samurai sword. Furthermore, Michael Zomber is a prolific author of books, both fiction and non-fiction, as well as several screenplays. Some of his credits include ‘Shogun Iemitsu’, ‘Sweet Betsy: A Child of the Civil War’, and ‘Jesus and the Samurai’. Critics have heaped acclaim upon the documentary film, ‘Soul of the Samurai’, produced in collaboration with his wife, Andrea via their production company called Renascent Films LLC. Michael Zomber is a man possibly best defined by his wisdom.
Being someone who has spent well over a lifetime studying the role of weapons in history, and the often deeply disturbing lack of understanding about the nature of armed conflicts globally. He is a peaceful man, whose world revolves around the preservation of awareness. Michael Zomber is a long-time supporter of organizations like Doctors Without Borders, Amnesty International, and UNICEF. Family is deeply important to Zomber. Currently he lives in the Philadelphia area with his wife and two children. Born and raised in Washington D.C., he earned his bachelors and master degrees at UCLA in English Literature. Find Michael on Facebook for background information.