Awards & Winners

E. Max Frye

Date of Birth 1956
Place of Birth Oregon
(United States of America, Western United States, Pacific Northwest, Northwestern United States, United States, with Territories, Contiguous United States)
Nationality United States of America
Also know as Max Fry, Eric Max Frye
Profession Screenwriter, Film Director
E. Max Frye, is an American screenwriter and film director from Oregon. His mother was Helen J. Frye, a federal judge. Frye was born in Oregon and raised in Eugene. Frye 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 miniseries Band of Brothers.

Awards by E. Max Frye

Check all the awards nominated and won by E. Max Frye.


Nominations 2002 »

Award Nominated Nominated Work
Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Writing - Miniseries, Movie or Dramatic Special Band of Brothers


Edgar Award for Best Motion Picture Screenplay
Honored for : Something Wild

Nominations 1987 »

Award Nominated Nominated Work
Edgar Award for Best Motion Picture Screenplay Something Wild