(1955 – )
Born 1955, Denmark. Has a background in acting and as a comedian. Writer-director on numerous productions covering short fiction, feature and documentary films, as well as TV series. Screenwriter on renowned feature films such as Peter Schrøder's "Det forsømte forår"/"Stolen Spring" (1993) and "Kun en pige"/"Just a Girl" (1995).
Had his directorial debut in the mid-1990s, one of his first productions being the hippie satire "Fede tider"/"Cool Times" (1996). Although a short fiction, the film had a successful theatrical release. The comedy "Humørkortstativsælgerens søn"/"The Man Who Couldn't Say No" (2002) was his first feature film.
|Gidseltagningen II||2019||Appearance||TV series|
|Humørkortstativsælgerens søn||2002||Direction, Script||DK/Feature|
|Løjserne||2001||Direction, Script, Executive producer||TV series|
|The Film That Died||1999||Direction, Script||DK/Documentary|
|Surferne kommer||1998||Direction, Script||DK/Short fiction|
|Brødrene Mortensens jul||1998||Script||TV series|
|Fede tider||1996||Direction, Script, Stills||DK/Short fiction|
|Cruise Manager||1995||Direction, Script||DK/Short fiction|
|Splat||1995||Direction, Script||DK/Short fiction|
|Just a girl||1995||Screenplay||DK/Feature|
|The birthday trip||1990||Script, Kajs ven||DK/Feature|
|Elvis Hansen - en samfundshjælper||1988||Røver||DK/Feature|