Born in Shreveport, Louisiana and graduated from Fair Park High School where he was a starter on the varsity basketball team. After high school, he joined the U.S. Air Force and was stationed at Nellis Air Force Base in Las Vegas, Nevada in the Human Resource field. During this time he was named “Airman” and “Sergeant” of the Quarter. After rising to the rank of Staff Sergeant, he was honorably discharged and moved to Los Angeles to study acting. After performing in several independent films, he decided to pursue screenwriting and joined the Los Angeles Bridge Conservatory Writing Class for a period of three years. During this time he successfully operated his own cellular phone company and held a steady job. During this very busy time in his life, he wrote, produced and directed a short film entitled “The Revolutionaries”. Eventually, he would grow weary and abandon his day jobs to focus entirely on his career and fell on hard times and became homeless sleeping in his car. After this trying period, he returned to Las Vegas to get on his feet by sleeping on his friend’s boxing gym floor while seeking employment. Soon he found work and began pursuing dream of being a movie mogul in Las Vegas. He saved and invested his money and produced and directed the motion picture HEROES! From his hard work, HEROES enjoyed a theatrical release with Galaxy Movie Theater in Las Vegas. After a few years seeking the right distributor for Heroes, Malcolm has decided to distribute this exciting movie via the world-wide web.