Washington D.C is the city where Michael Zomber a very prominent antique collector and a history custodian was born. Michael’ family then relocated to New Jersey when he was still a child and finally settled in Pennsylvania, and it’s in Pennsylvania where Zomber was raised. Michael later enrolled for language and literature studies at the Villanova University, Oberlin College and the University of Illinois.
Michael Zomber can simply be referred as a man with multiple passions. However, Michael has invested his life in two primary interest, that is, Storytelling and collecting antique weapons. Michael is probably one of the best and most talented storytellers in the world. From his extensive knowledge of antique arms and having witnessed several wars in the past, Michael has an exceptional ability to stick you to the sit, either reading his books or listening to his stories. Mr. Zomber has authored various book such as; Jesu and the Samurai, Son of Kentucky, Sweet Betsy That’s Me and Shogun Lemitsu among others.
Zomber’s broad knowledge in the antique weaponry and the treasure of owning several antique arms, swords and pistols led him to be featured as a frequent guest on the History Channel. As a historian, He has significantly contributed to the channel. Mr. Michael Zomber, through the History Channel, is known to share his over 40 year’s antique knowledge and explaining the significance of conserving the weapons through the Tales of the Gun series. The series comprises of Million Dollar Guns, Shotguns, Automatic Pistols, and Dueling Pistols, Guns of the Orient and the Guns of the Famous. It is also important to mention that Zomber is internally known, he has exceptionally mastered the Japanese Samurai words of which he is always willing to share.
Michael and his wife co-founded the Renascent Films production company. The company was purposed to create and produce historical documentaries of their own aimed at fostering peace.