Historian Michael Zomber Takes a Different Path

 

On June 12, Michael Zomber appeared on a podcast to discuss his latest book. During the interview, he talked about how he has been very fond of Japanese culture. Along with talking about his latest book, he also talked about history in general. With this conversation, Michael has revealed his passions which are among the more intriguing. These include antique guns and samurai swords.

For forty years, Michael Zomber has collected a number of antique guns. Along with collecting these guns, he has studied them and has therefore accumulated a lot of knowledge about them. As a result, he has looked to share his knowledge of antique guns to the masses. One of the ways in which he has revealed his knowledge of antique guns is through media outlets such as the History Channel.

As well as being very fond of antique guns, Michael Zomber is also quite interested in samurai swords. With his knowledge of samurai swords, he has been inspired to write a number of stories and historical novels about them. Zomber has written a number of screenplays about samurai swords and stories where they were used. He has also written other works that depict the life and culture of Japan during this historical era. With some of the screenplays, Michael has made films through his company Renascent Films LLC.

While Michael Zomber is quite fond of guns and swords, he is also involved in a number of philanthropic activities. He is often part of organizations that promote peace and conflict resolution. As part of these organizations, Michael has participated in causes that help provide better education, better healthcare and also diplomacy to avoid armed conflicts.

Before Michael Zomber became a writer and historian, he studied literature at the University of California Los Angeles. At this institution, he earned degrees in this field and used it as the foundation for his future works. Along with his education, Michael spends time with his wife and children in the suburbs of Philadelphia.

The Life Story of Crystal Hunt

Actors and actresses are expected to have long careers in the entertainment business, be it television or on film. Actress Crystal Hunt is an example of one such person to do this.

Crystal Hunt is an actress who is originally a native of Clearwater, Florida. Born on February 5, 1985, Hunt took an early interest in the entertainment and show business at the age of 2, when she was participating in pageants with a specialty in acting. As she grew older she moved away from simple pageants and made strides towards the movie and television industry, starring in different commercials. One of her more famed ones was starring in an anti-drug advertisement alongside pop band *NSYNC in celebration of the 25th anniversary of the Walt Disney Company.

Crystal Hunt earned her most noteworthy claim to fame is starring as the character of Lizzie Spaulding in the daytime soap opera Guiding Light, where she played the role from 2003 to 2006. In that time she even earned herself a Daytime Emmy Award nomination in 2005 for the Outstanding Younger Actress in a Drama Series. Hunt’s other big role also came in the form of a soap opera, only this time it was on the show One Life to Live, where she played the troubled character of Stacy Morasco.

Despite being a major name in the soap opera business, Crystal Hunt has taken on a wide variety of other roles over the course of her career. She has played in various movies including The Derby Stallion in 2005, Sydney White in 2007 and most recently in Magic Mike XXL in 2015, the sequel to the 2012 film Magic Mike.