Anders was heavily involved in scripted theatre until he discovered he was illiterate. With that moment of realisation he threw down the script and started making stuff up on the stage. A fat man wearing an expensive suit and smoking a cigar noticed his talents and handed him his business card after the show promising him the world. As months went by without a phone call back, Anders realised he had been jibbed and sadly checked into Impro Melbourne in 2009.
The move turned out to be a success and soon Anders had performed in Impro Melbourne’s first annual Die-nasty 52-hour soap-a-thon, several performances with the Baby Seals and joined the Improv Conspiracy in 2011... he now carries his own business card!