Two longtime staffers for Stephen Colbert are being elevated to the role of co-executive producer at CBS’ “The Late Show.”
Tanya Michnevich Bracco will expand her responsibilities for integrating the creative and production arms of the late-night program and Opus Moreschi will assist in leading the daily creative direction of the program, while continuing to work as part of the writing staff.
Michnevich Bracco has been with “The Late Show” since its debut in September 2015, and previously served as supervising producer/executive in charge of production. Prior to joining the program, Bracco spent 10 years as line producer then supervising producer/executive in charge at “The Colbert Report,” the show Colbert led at Comedy Central.
Moreschi has spent over 12 years writing for Colbert, first at “The Colbert Report” and now at “Late Show,” where has been a writer, head writer and, most recently, supervising producer. He has been a writer and performer at both iO and the Upright Citizen’s Brigade. In November of last year, Moreschi was given new responsibilities, including overseeing longer-lead projects at the show.
Stephen Colbert, Chris Licht, Tom Purcell and Jon Stewart continue to serve as the executive producers of the program.