E. Max Frye




Eric Max Frye, is an American screenwriter from Oregon. His mother was Helen J. Frye, a federal judge. Born in Oregon and raised in Eugene, Eric directed and wrote the film Amos & Andrew. He attended Lewis & Clark College in Portland for one year before moving to Europe where he lived in Paris and worked as a male model in Austria. After returning to the United States, Frye settled in New York City where he attended New York University Film School. He wrote the script to Something Wild, and was one of the writers for the HBO mini-series Band of Brothers. In addition to his credited roles, Frye appeared uncredited in a brief black-and-white cut-scene in the music video for Bizarre Love Triangle by the British group New Order, directed by American artist Robert Longo, in which he argues with Jodi Long (where he peacefully replies "You know, you're a real 'up' person.").


Eric Max Frye, is an American screenwriter from Oregon. His mother was Helen J. Frye, a federal judge. Born in Oregon and raised in Eugene, Eric directed and wrote the film Amos & Andrew. He attended Lewis & Clark College in Portland for one year before moving to Europe where he lived in Paris and worked as a male model in Austria. After returning to the United States, Frye settled in New York City where he attended New York University Film School. He wrote the script to Something Wild, and was one of the writers for the HBO mini-series Band of Brothers.

In addition to his credited roles, Frye appeared uncredited in a brief black-and-white cut-scene in the music video for Bizarre Love Triangle by the British group New Order, directed by American artist Robert Longo, in which he argues with Jodi Long (where he peacefully replies "You know, you're a real 'up' person.").

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