Harris Mayersohn is a writer, comedian and producer in Brooklyn, NY.
Harris formerly worked at The Late Show w/ Stephen Colbert where he wrote and produced material for the show’s cold opens. He also played a recurring character on screen, named Stoney.
As a writer, Harris worked for Netflix, contributed to TruTV and wrote one joke for The Colbert Report. He’s had original writing featured in The New Yorker, McSweeney's, New York’s Vulture, and Paste Magazine, among other publications.
As a performer, Harris has appeared on shows including The Late Show, The Special Without Brett Davis, IFC's Comedy Crib and Conan. He’s taken his stand-up to venues and festivals all over North America including the last Eugene Mirman Comedy Festival.
As a producer, he’s worked on numerous live shows, festivals, in addition to his work as a producer on MNN’s The Special Without Brett Davis.
As a person, Harris is stressed about the order of writer, comedian and producer in this bio. Honestly, the order is interchangeable. View some work if you want. Don’t hesitate to email with questions, concerns or queries.