Theresa Coffino
Executive Producer

Veteran syndicated television producer, Theresa Coffino, has spent the past six years at "Extra."  She was named the show’s Executive Producer in 2002 and previously held Co-Executive Producer and Supervising Producer credits on the series.

Prior to joining "Extra," Coffino worked in a variety of capacities during 10 years at Paramount Syndicated Television, producing stories for the newsmagazines "Hard Copy" and "A Current Affair."  While at Paramount, Coffino garnered national media attention for her coverage on high-profile cases including Michael Jackson, the trials of OJ Simpson and William Kennedy Smith.

Coffino began her career in New York where she worked for Lifetime Television as a Senior Producer on the series "Attitudes" with Linda Dano and Nancy Glass.  Coffino later worked for Fox, where she developed, produced and helped to create "Good Day New York," which became the prototype for Fox morning programs throughout the United States. 

Coffino attended Fordham University in New York and is a member of the DGA and the WGA.