Author(s): Wil Anderson
Some of you will know Wil Anderson as &amp;quot;the bloke who sits in the middle on that ABC-TV show with the weird name&amp;quot; (The Gruen Transfer); or &amp;quot;the one who wasn't Corinne or Hughesy on that show that used to get in trouble all the time&amp;quot; (The Glass House). For five years he also got up at a time most people consider 'last night' to be &amp;quot;the one who knew lots about Buffy but nothing about maths&amp;quot; on the Triple J Breakfast Show with Adam Spencer. Wil also does a bit of writing, and for the last six years has written a regular column, and authored a bestselling book called Survival of the Dumbest. But it is stand-up comedy that is Wil's true passion. He has proudly told &amp;quot;dick jokes for cash&amp;quot; in pretty much every comedy club and festival in Australia, and taken his knob gags international at all the major festivals from Edinburgh to Auckland to Montreal. In 2008, Wil was named GQ's Comedic Talent of the Year, and given an excellent trophy which he immediately misplaced while drunk at the after party.