William James Anderson, also known as Will Anderson, is an Australian comedian, writer, TV host, and podcaster. He was born on January 31, 1974.
Anderson was born in Sacramento, California, but his family moved to Charlottesville, Virginia, when he was a child. Mark, his dad, is a doctor and a professor at the University of Virginia. He teaches radiology and orthopedic surgery.
He likes being in the news. However, the reason this time is very bad. A very sad piece of news has come in. Will just lost the woman he loved.
Yesterday, he wrote about this sad news on his IG account. He put down, “There are no words but I have to try. My sweet Courtney passed away this weekend. She was my best friend, the smartest, funniest, and kindest person I’ve ever known. And was and always will be my dream girl. I love you forever, baby doll.”
Who Was Will Anderson’s Wife?
Will Anderson was happily married to Courtney Kampa. They got married on July 1, 2017. On July 1, 2021, Kampa shared a beautiful picture with the caption, “4 years ago today was the most wonderful day of my life! Happy Anniversary, my love! ❤️ ♥️❤️♥️@willyj1234.”
Courtney Kampa was born and raised in Virginia. She earned a BA from the University of Virginia and an MFA from Columbia University. Wallace Stegner Fellow at Stanford University, her first collection, Our Lady of Not Asking Why (2017), was chosen by Mary Szybist for the New Issues Press First Book Award.
Her poetry has appeared in Boston Review, Triquarterly, and Best New Poets, among other places. She won the 2014 Rattle Poetry Prize Readers’ Choice Award and was a finalist for the 2016 Ruth Lilly and Dorothy Sargent Rosenberg Poetry Fellowship.
What Was Courtney Kampa’s Cause Of Death?
Friends And Fans Mourned The Death Of Their Favourite Writer
Elizabeth Foss, a fellow columnist, wrote a long post about her friend on Facebook. It ended with, “Grief upon grief. And grief still unspoken. An incoherent post because I cannot make sense of it all. Please pray for the repose of the souls of Irene Starrs and Courtney Kampa. And please, please pray for the consolation of the people who love them.”
Also, Will’s friends and fans are sharing their deepest condolences on his Instagram account. James Nortan wrote to his friend to try to cheer him up “Oh mate. So so sorry. All the love and support. X.”
Brad Keselowski wrote, “😢 wishing you nothing but cherished memories and healing.”
Valentina Batta showed how she felt when she said, “Words fall short of expressing my sorrow for your loss, Will.❤️🩹💔 I’m so so so sorry.” Emily Hackett said, “Love you Will. She will forever be smiling in my mind ❤️ I hope to be a fraction as supportive and loving in my own life as Courtney was.”
Fans and people who care about him wish Will and his family the best. If you want to remember Courtney, you could buy a copy of her poetry collection, which is now available wherever books are sold.