Coleman Luck is a writer and producer with decades of experience in the entertainment industry of Hollywood.
After attending Northern Illinois University and the University of Southern California, Luck entered the film industry with the sale of a script to United Artists. During the years that followed, he sold his work to Twentieth Century Fox, MGM, Disney, and others. Along with his wife, writer/producer Carel Gage Luck, he was contracted to write an animated musical feature film entitled The Greatest King, based on the life of Jesus.
Luck’s television experience includes writing and producing such series as The Equalizer, Gabriel’s Fire, Matrix, The Burning Zone and others. Recently, he finished writing his first novel entitled Wind Sunday. With an extensive background as a magician and mental illusionist, coupled with his knowledge of Hollywood, Luck travels and lectures on The Power of Misperception.
Luck was decorated six times for his actions in combat including the Bronze Star for valor, while serving as an Army officer in Vietnam.