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Anders Morgenthaler

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Nationality  Danish
Name  Anders Morgenthaler

Role  Author
Education  Design School Kolding
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Born  December 5, 1972 (age 43) Copenhagen, Denmark (1972-12-05)
Area(s)  Artist, Writer, Animator, Film director
Notable works  Wulffmorgenthaler Dolph
Awards  Nordisk Film Award, 2006
Nominations  Robert Award for Best Danish Film, Robert Award for Best Director, Robert Award for Best Screenplay
Movies and TV shows  I Am Here, Princess, The Apple & The Worm, The ABCs of Death, Pandaerne
Similar People  Mikael Wulff, Marcel Sarmiento, Yudai Yamaguchi, Jake West, Angela Bettis

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Anders Morgenthaler (born 5 December 1972) is a Danish comics artist, children's book author, animator and film director.


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Morgenthaler is a graduate of Designskolen Kolding and the National Film School of Denmark. Having worked as a TV host on the Danish TV channel DR's children's show KatjaKaj og BenteBent, and directed several music videos, he eventually directed the feature film Princess in 2006, earning him a Nordisk Film Award.

Prior to this, comic strip Wulffmorgenthaler produced in collaboration with comedian Mikael Wulff, brought attention and success in 2001. A comic strip competition entry named Kalzone, completed few hours before the entry deadline, submitted under the pseudonym Pernille Richter Andersson, led to victory in the competition, and a one-month run in the national newspaper Politiken. The strip became a regular feature on DR's internet culture portal in 2002, and in October 2003 it became a daily newspaper strip in Politiken. Due to the unusually uninhibited and adult nature of the strip, this led to disgruntled reader reactions and cancelled subscriptions for Politiken, but the strip remained. It later became syndicated to Swedish tabloid newspaper Aftonbladet in 2006. English versions of the strip also feature as a popular webcomic, and TV shows centered on the recurring character Dolph, a blue fascist hippopotamus, has been produced in various incarnations on DR.


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  • Araki: The Killing of a Japanese Photographer (2003, short film)
  • Raunchy - Watch Out (2004, music video)
  • Princess (2006)
  • Echo (2007)
  • The Apple and the Worm (Æblet og Ormen 2009)
  • The ABCs of Death - K is for Klutz (2013, short film)
  • I Am Here (2014)
  • Awards

  • 2006: The Nordisk Film Award
  • References

    Anders Morgenthaler Wikipedia

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