Darren Sanders has been performing stand-up comedy for over 24 years (on TV shows Stand Up Australia, Rove, In Melbourne Tonight & The Russell Gilbert Show) and is a regular headline act at comedy clubs and corporate events. Recently he has been travelling on cruise ships in The USA, Asia, New Zealand and South Pacific entertaining nationalities from all over the world.
 
2012 saw The Darren Sanders Show, a late night chat show, air nationally on free-to-air and cable in both Australia and New Zealand to favourable reviews from critics. In 2013, the Nine Network channel GO! began screening the program, which continued into the 2014/15 television season. In 2016, Series 4 was broadcast nationally on Foxtel’s Aurora Channel.
 
Darren has been a part of panel discussion shows on Studio 10 (A show he named) and also on Radio 2UE’s Lunchtime Lowdown. He appeared in Underbelly: The Golden Mile and in the feature film by Working Dog, Any Questions for Ben?, where he had the honour of having the last line in the film and can also be seen in the film Shooting Goldman.
 
In 2006, The Dazz and Gazz Radio Show on TV beamed out in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Adelaide. In 2009, Darren Sanders & Garry Who joined forces again to produce the program Talking Comics with Dazz and Gazz which took out Best Comedy Program at the 2009 Antenna Awards in Melbourne.
 
From May 2001 to September 2013, Darren operated and ran Sydney’s The Laugh Garage Comedy Club.
 

Currently Darren can be heard alongside fellow comedians Garry Who and Mick Meredith on the podcast Grumpy Old Comedians.