Coleman Luck is a Hollywood writer/executive producer known for such television series as The Equalizer, which starred Edward Woodward, and Gabriel’s Fire, which starred James Earl Jones. A native of Wheaton, Illinois, Coleman is a Life Member of the Writers Guild of America, West. He is also a mentalist and a past member of the Academy of Magical Arts at The Magic Castle in Hollywood. Angel Fall, his first novel, was published in 2009. His second, The Singing Place, was published a few years later.
He is also the author of four non-fiction books: Day of the Wolf: Unmasking and Confronting Wolves in the Church, The Curse of Conservatism, Gateway to Hell: Vietnam 1968 – Thoughts and Experiences of an Infantry Soldier and Proof of Heaven? A Mental Illusionist Examines the Afterlife Experience of Eben Alexander, M.D. from a Biblical Viewpoint. All of Coleman’s books are available on Amazon.
Coleman lives in the Sierra Nevada Mountains of central California with his wife of 54 years, Carel Gage Luck, a fine artist. They have three adult children, five grandchildren, and one great-grandchild.
Coleman is a decorated combat veteran. In 1968, as a U. S. Army infantry First Lieutenant, he led a rifle platoon with the Mobile Riverine Force in the Mekong Delta of Vietnam. His personal awards and decorations include two Bronze Stars, one for valor and one for meritorious service in a combat zone, three Army Commendation medals, all for valor, the Air Medal for combat assaults by helicopter and the Combat Infantryman’s Badge.