Chuck LaBella is currently the Vice President of Talent Relations, Alternative Programming, Late Night & Specials. This position is the culmination of an extensive career in the entertainment industry in which he has been nominated for two Emmy Awards.
In the early days of his career, Chuck started out as an intern for NBC in New York City. He went on to become an on-air talent producer for Westwood One Radio. While at Westwood One, his natural warmth and exuberance was paramount in developing relationships in a way that was natural, whether it was with rock icons, movie stars or political figures.
His success as an on-air radio producer led him to television where he became a producer for Comedy Central’s Politically Incorrect with Bill Maher winning the prestigious Cable Ace Award. He was a producer for CBS’ The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn and went on to produce other series and specials, including Who Wants to Be a Millionaire, Crank Yankers, Thank God You’re Here, Who Do You Think You Are, Miss USA, Miss Universe, Last Comic Standing, Top Gear USA and I’m a Celebrity…Get me Out of Here! and the NBC hit The Voice, America’s Got Talent, Celebrity Apprentice, and Better Late Than Never.
Chuck believes that it is always important to give back and demonstrates this through financial support to many charitable organizations including PETA and The National Wildlife Foundation.
Chuck and his wife live in Los Angeles with their two children and a menagerie of pets.