Will hosts the The Gruen Transfer on the ABC network in Australia.
Wil wrote for both the Financial Review and the Herald Sun.
From early 2007, Wil has co-hosted the national drive-time program, Wil and Lehmo for the Triple M network.
I Am The Wilrus, Wilennium, Terra Wilius and Who Wants To Be A Wilionaire are some of the names of Wil's comedy shows.
Wil was nominated for the Perrier Best Newcomer Award at the Edinburgh Festival.
Wil has appeared in various television commercials including Maxibon ice-cream's and ice-coffee milk.
Wil has made in-roads into acting, appearing in a production of A Midsummer Night's Dream in 1999.
Wil will quite often listen to right-wing shock radio when writing comedy to get different opinions.
From 2001-2004, Wil was a co-presenter on Triple J's breakfast show.
Wil is extremely ticklish.
Wil is a registered organ donor.
Wil's all-time favourite comedian is Billy Connolly.
Before becoming a comedian, Wil used to be a journalist in the Canberra Press Gallery.
Wil graduated first in his course in journalism from the University of Canberra.
Wil grew up on a road called Anderson's Road, Denison which was named after his grandfather who built the road.
Wil writes a weekly column for the Sunday Magazine.
Wil was one of the co-hosts of the Triple J Breakfast show (on radio), until the end of 2004. He had been working at Triple J for five years.
Will Anderson: Advertising is the world's biggest entertainment industry - there's more spent on it than Hollywood films - and it has not been looked at critically. The only time you ever see it talked about on TV is when Dermott Brereton presents a (best-of clip-show) about them.
Wil Anderson: In fact, if I was a superhero I think I would be Procrastinator Man: 'What's that? Someone's in trouble? Okay, I'll be there... as soon as I make myself a cup of tea, read the papers, have another cuppa, sharpen some pencils, feed the cat, organise my CDs into alphabetical order, check my email, type my name into Google, and finally have just one more cup of tea'.
Wil Anderson: With the way I've treated my body when I meet my maker I expect him to take one long look and tell me I'm not getting my bond back. But I do hope when I die, my hand-me-downs might help someone else live. Or at the very least I hope my friends stuff me and use me to drive in the transit lane.
Wil Anderson: People often ask if my parents are proud of my career choice, to be perfectly honest they are just proud I'm not married to my own sister. (Well we dated, but it didn't work out).
Wil Anderson: I had always had two major requirements in any job I wanted, indoor work with no heavy lifting.
Wil: (from his book "Survival of the Dumbest") Did you know that in the last ten years, 31 Australians have died from watering the Christmas tree while the lights were still plugged in? And at least a couple of those were watering plastic trees. Now I don't want to seem callous, but to me that's not a tragedy - that's natural selection.
Wil: (after the axing of his show, "The Glasshouse") I now need work. When my phone rings, I think, 'Please be Celebrity Survivor 2!' Or maybe I could be the black Wiggle - the one telling kids what life's really like.
Wil: (on the axing of his show, "The Glasshouse") Basically, I've been doing the sensible thing and making plans about what I'm going to steal from the ABC. I've got my eye on Kerry o'Brien's green pen or one of the Bananas in Pyjamas.