Autism spectrum disorders are characterized by impaired social interaction and communication as well as restricted and repetitive interests and behavior. Increasing evidence points to an early-stage disruption of brain development. A human-induced pluripotent stem cell line (SDUKIi002-A) was created from skin fibroblasts from a 22-year old autistic male identified in the “FYNEN-cohort” of Southern Denmark. Reprogramming of the fibroblasts was performed using integration-free episomal plasmids. Further characterization confirmed the expression of pluripotency markers, differentiation into the three germ layers, absence of chromosomal abnormalities, and mycoplasma infection.