HEADSHIP FROM HOUSEHOLD TO HOLLYWOOD
Hiram Murray exudes honorable principles of headship from raising a family to the foxhole! His honorable service is key as a husband, father, and veteran of the US Marine Corps. The rank of Captain is a stellar achievement and as an Officer in the military, great responsibility and leadership ensues. Hiram orchestrates all areas of life well and among his many accomplishments, his career spans from law enforcement to the big screen.
How does he manage his schedule? How does he keep in shape and what matters most in life? Faith, Family, and Financial Freedom!
From training (past, present, and future), Hiram concentrates on nourishing his mind, body, and soul with movement, meditation, and regimented management style that encourages growth and produces bounty and beauty. Hiram must know how to abase and how to abound and we will be motivated by his sharing of critical plateaus and challenges he has accomplished and overcome. Hiram’s year from 2020-2021 alone has been quite exciting and even during the pandemic, he has excelled personally, professionally, and with profound measure. We can definitely learn how to emulate his strategies as a mentor with Esprit de Corps. Hiram shares his bio in his own words with pride and humility:
“Hiram A. Murray is an award-winning American actor born and raised in Brooklyn, New York. He first started his acting career in 1999 on the CBS television show “Now and Again”. Hiram took a break from acting to pursue a formal education in screenwriting and film directing in college. While in college he worked for the NYPD. Shortly after 9/11, Hiram put his dreams and aspirations aside to serve his country in the United States Marine Corps, where he quickly rose to the rank of Captain. After completing his active duty in 2008, Hiram came back to his first love “Acting”. Hiram has gone on to find success in Hollywood with such roles on Fox’s “Touch” starring opposite Kiefer Sutherland, “Lethal Weapon” starring opposite Damon Wayans, Paramount Pictures’ Scout’s Guide To The Zombie Apocalypse, a recurring role on ABC’s General Hospital, a leading role in Saban Films’ The Great War, and various other projects.”