Nora O'Brien, 42, is believed to have passed away after suffering a brain aneurysm.
O'Brien, the drama vice president for NBC, had complained of dizziness before collapsing in the comedy's Berkeley, California studio.
A statement from NBC Universal reads: "Our hearts go out to the family and friends of our beloved colleague Nora, who was respected and cherished by so many people in the entertainment community. She'll truly be missed by all of us."
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