It runs on rails for Adam Price.
The other day he was able to reveal that he had found the love of debater and literature critic Katherine Diez, but it is not only on the love front that things are going well for the 55-year-old screenwriter and restaurateur.
Also financially, it runs for Price.
It appears from the latest accounts of his private limited company Price Fiction, which according to the accounts carries on ‘business with development, production and distribution of films, television, theater and entertainment’.
Here he can show a gross profit of NOK 4.7 million for 2021.
This is a nice increase of more than 50 percent compared to 2020, when gross profit was 3.1 million kroner.
During 2021, Price also raised DKK 2,295,042 for salaries and salaries, which is equivalent to around DKK 190,000 per month.
At the end of the year, the equity in Price Fiktion was DKK 3.3 million, while the annual result is a profit of around DKK 1.8 million.
Adam Price is behind several major TV series in Denmark, including ‘Taxi’, ‘Nikolaj og Julie’, ‘Anna Pihl’, ‘Borgen’ and ‘Herrens Veje’. In addition, he and his brother, James Price, own several restaurants, including in Tivoli in Copenhagen.
Ekstra Bladet has tried to get a comment from Adam Price on the new accounts, but at the time of writing this has not been possible.