Sam Sorbo studied biomedical engineering at Duke University, before pursuing a career in entertainment. An award-winning actress, author, radio host, international model, and home-schooling mom to three children with Kevin Sorbo, Sam Sorbo writes to inspire parents to home educate. They’re YOUR Kids: An Inspirational Journey from Self-Doubter to Home School Advocate and Teach from Love: A School Year Devotional for Families (Broadstreet Publishing), are available at SamSorbo.com. Sam co-wrote, produced, and co-starred in the 2017 feature film Let There Be Light (Executive producer, Sean Hannity; director, Kevin Sorbo.)
Sorbo received international stardom when he booked the lead role in “Hercules, the Legendary Journeys” (1993-1999) the most watched TV show in the world, airing in 176 countries.
Following that success, Sorbo had the lead role as “Captain Dylan Hunt” in “Gene Roddenberry’s, Andromeda”. The first show created by Roddenberry after the original Star Trek series. Andromeda debuted as the number one, hour-long show in first run syndication and remained at number one for its entire run from 2000-2005.
Notable movies include “Kull, the Conqueror”, “Walking Tall, the Payback”, “Avenging Angel”, “Meet the Spartans”. The independent film “What If” won for Best Family Movie of the Year 2011 at the Movie Guide Awards. Sorbo also received the Movie Guide Award for Most Inspirational Performance of the Year.
Some of his many television credits include “Just Shoot Me, “Two and a Half Men”, “Dharma and Greg”, “According to Jim”, “Gary Unmarried”, “Psych”, “Hawaii 5-0”, and a recurring role in the final season of “The OC”.
Sorbo also starred alongside Dennis Quaid and Helen Hunt in “Soul Surfer”, the true story of surfer Bethany Hamilton who at the age of 13 lost her arm in a tiger shark attack. 2014 saw the release of the faith-based movie, “God’s Not Dead”. The $2 million dollar budgeted movie became the most successful independent faith based movie ever with over $100 million US Box Office, DVD, VOD and merchandise sales.
Another movie being released in the Spring of 2018 is “One Nation Under God”. The movie drama deals with controversy over that quote in our Nation’s Pledge of Allegiance.
Sorbo just completed directing/acting in “Let There Be Light” which released theatrically nationwide in the Fall of 2017. LTBL is a strong dramatic Christmas movie which stayed in the top 10 movies and in the top 5 per screen average for 3 weeks.
He also recently released BreatheBible.com which is a theatrical 18 CD collection reading of The New Testament. Sorbo voices God. Nice upgrade from his half-god days on Hercules!
Kevin released his memoir in 2012, “True Strength: My Journey from Hercules to Mere Mortal and How Nearly Dying Saved My Life”. The book chronicles his near death experience when he suffered three strokes and the battle back to regain his life. Sorbo also co-authored a Chicken Soup for the Soul, “Think Positive for Kids”. His follow up book to “True Strength” is “True Faith” will be released Christmas, 2017.
In real life, Kevin leads "A World Fit for Kids”, a successful mentoring model that trains inner-city teens to use school, fitness, sports and positive role models for themselves. World Fit is the number on after school program in the state of California.
Sorbo resides in Los Angeles with his wife, Sam and three young children.
Ron Wexler is the principal owner of Heritage Study Programs, Inc., an educational organization based in Boca Raton, Florida and Tel Aviv, Israel. Ron is also the director of the Poland Jewish Heritage Peoplehood Program for Jewish Life & Culture. He is also the brainchild and president of the Judeo-Christian initiative -Ten Commandments Commission. The Ten Commandments Commission (TCC) a non profit organization 501(c) was formed in the spring of 2005 by Ron Wexler
The main purpose behind the organization was to create a global think tank with the world’s leaders who have already recognized thepower behind the Ten Commandments Commission (TCC). And, bring together a Christian/Jewish mechanism which will stand up for Israel without any hidden agendas, dogmas or doctrines.
Ron was born and educated in Israel and served in the Israel Defense Force during the Six-Day War of 1967 and the Yom Kippur War of 1973. His Yeshiva studies (Rabbinical School) and later on his research work on early Christianity provided him with a unique perspective on Jewish and Christian issues. He is internationally known for his extensive projects and teachings that promote unity and reconciliation among Jews and Gentiles.
Ron produces special thematic events and productions associated with the Judeo-Christian calendar. These events include biblical reenactments (dramas) that are based on biblical stories and accords performed on location in Israel. In 1994, Ron produced and reinstated the Feast of Pentecost celebration which is now an official annual event supported by the Municipality of Jerusalem and the Government of Israel Tourist Office.
His vision of unity, harmony, and reconciliation among all races and genders has received the blessings of the international religious community. Through Ron's efforts, thousands have been touched with a new appreciation, respect, and tolerance for the differences in the way people observe their faiths. Ron has utilized his extensive contacts within the religious community to assemble together a crosscultural, interdenominational strategic coalition of influential Christian leaders known as the Millennium Council. Ron has produced “Jerusalem 2000” - the millennium celebrations in Jerusalem.
In his capacity as the President of the Ten Commandments Commission, Ron is working with leaders and politicians in Israel and the U.S. on finding practical solutions to the current and ongoing problems of the region. His work internationally deals with region's economies, natural resources, and conflicts.
Ron is the Founder and President of the future Garden of Beatitudes on the shores of the Sea of Galilee. The Garden will be a crosscultural, spiritual center and a learning facility. The center will include a devotional garden, a theater, classrooms and dormitories, a state of the art conference center, and a hotel.