Gilberto Villahermosa is a retired US military officer with more than thirty years of travel and adventures in the United States, Central America, Europe, Russia, the Caucasus, Central Asia, Afghanistan, and the Middle East.
Villahermosa is the creator of two feature screenplays, "The Legend of Pasha" and "Jefferson Davis", biographic action/adventure dramas set in the early and mid-20th Century in Russian Central Asia and the United States. "Jefferson Davis" was a quarter-finalist in the Screencraft Screenplay Fellowship Competition.
He is also the creator of a one-hour TV Pilot "Troll Slayer. Shadows in the Shadows", (Drama, Sci-Fi) and a half-hour TV Pilot "The Burn" (SITCOM).
Villahermosa is the onscreen historian for the PBS award-winning documentary "The Borinqueneers", detailing the trails and tribulations of the U.S. Army's only all-Puerto Rican infantry regiment in the Korean War.
He is the author of "Honor and Fidelity. The 65th Infantry in Korea" "(2009), "Hitler's Paratrooper. The Life and Battles of Rudolph Witzig" (2010), "Hitler's Paratroopers in Normandy. The German II Parachute Corps in the Battle for France (2019) and "Historical Postcard Series. Rosendale" (2020) . Villahermosa has also published dozens journal and magazine articles on military-historical and national security topics in "Strategy & Tactics", "World at War", "Modern War" and "Counterfact" as well as other magazines and journals.
Gilberto Villahermosa is a graduate of West Point and Columbia University. He holds Masters Degrees in International Affairs and Philosophy of Political Science and a Bachelors Degrees in Engineering.
Gilberto Villahermosa is represented by Entertainment Attorney Joseph (Joe) Rosenbaum, of Rimon, P.C. in New York.
Unique traits: A Life Time of Traveling & Adventures! Experienced and Prolific Writer! Energetic and Driven!
The Burn Pilot. "Arnold" Budget: $100K - $1M | Comedy Two brothers struggle to keep their small-town, family-owned gym – with its odd staff and eclectic clientele - afloat in the face of financial difficulties.
Jungle Gym Budget: $0 - $100K | Other REALITY TV Can two celebrity trainers and an assistant, brought in to rescue a struggling gym, succeed against staff and regulars who resent change and the interference of outsiders?
"Troll Slayer" TV Pilot "Shadows in the Shadows" Budget: $1M - $5M | Action ⋄ Sci-fi A tormented, but gifted, young female warrior is torn between her oath as a Troll Slayer and her desire to escape her family’s violent legacy and lead a normal life with the man she loves. But the old monsters have returned and a new, more deadly, breed, lurks closer to her than she realizes.
"Jefferson Davis" (Feature Film) Budget: $100K - $1M | Historical ⋄ Biography Torn between his love for America and his loyalty to the South, Confederate President Jefferson Davis anguishes over assaulting Fort Sumter and initiating what he knows will be a destructive Civil War in his first months in office.
"The Legend of Pasha" (Feature Film) Budget: $5M - $10M | Historical ⋄ Biography An exiled Turkish general and a fierce Russian Countess lead an army of bandits and brigands fighting for the independence of Central Asia in 1922 against a ruthless Bolshevik commander and his rampaging Red Army.
Documentary by PBS (Documentary) On Screen Historian PBS award-winning "The Borinqueeners" details the trails and tribulations of the US Army's only all-Puerto Rican infantry regiment in the Korean War. The soldiers of the regiment battled against not only the North Korean and Chinese armies but also racisim and discrimination which prevented their contributions from being recognized. President Barack Obama recently approved awarding the Congressional Gold Medal to the Korean War veterans of the 65th Infantry "Borinqueneers" Infantry Regiment.