|Born||Anders Frithiof August|
15 June 1978
|Relatives||Bille August (father)|
He has written several episodes of Danish prime-time television as well as feature films, most notably Applause, which won numerous awards for main actress Paprika Steen in 2010, and the 2012 Oscar short listed comedy SuperClásico. The 2011 biopic A Funny Man, was the biggest local box-office hit in Denmark in 2011. Both films earned him nominations for a Danish Academy Award, the Robert Award as best screenwriter (the award eventually went to Lars Von Trier for Melancholia). He has since written a number of episodes of Danish drama The Legacy and is currently co-creating a new series for the same network, DR, the show is called Follow the Money and is a thriller on financial crime. It will premiere at the 2015 Berlinale. In 2015, BBC America / AMC announced they were developing a show created by August.
- Anders Frithiof August at IMDb
- Anders August in the Danish Film Database
- Channel 4 Bio. 
- Los Angeles Times review of Applause 
- Anders F. August receives the "Nordisk Film Prisen" 
- SuperClàsico enters Oscar race 
- A Funny Man tops box-office 
- SuperClàsico on Oscar short list 
- Anders August to write screenplay about 1992 Danish Soccer Triumph 
- Anders August to co-create "Follow the Money" 
- BBC America announces development of Anders August show.