Anders Platou Wyller (24 April 1903 - 2 October 1940) was a Norwegian philologist and humanist.
Wyller was born in Stavanger, and was the brother of notable nurse Ingrid Wyller.
He married Anne-Marie Strindberg, daughter of the author August Strindberg and Harriet Bosse. They had a son named Jørgen. Another son Arne August became a professor of astronomy.
He was chairman of the Norwegian Student Society in 1925.
From 1933 to 1936, Wyller was a lector in the Norwegian language at the Sorbonne. He got his doctoral thesis in 1937 with Paul Claudel. En kristen dikter og hans drama. The same year he created the Nansenskolen (Norwegian Humanist Academy) together with Kristian Schjelderup and Henriette Bie Lorentzen.
After Operation Weserübung, Nazi Germany's assault on Denmark and Norway on April 9, 1940, Wyller applied to work with the allied forces and was sent for North Norway working for the radio. When the cruiser HMS Devonshire left Tromsø for England, Wyller was aboard with the Norwegian King Haakon VII, Crown Prince Olav and several members of the Norwegian cabinet. He worked a short time for BBC in London before he was diagnosed with cancer. He was returned by airplane to Sweden where he met his family before he died on 2 October 1940.