Aaron Sorkin was born on Jun 09, 1961 in USA. Aaron Sorkin's big-screen debut came with A Few Good Men directed by Rob Reiner in 1992, strarring Man in Bar. Aaron Sorkin is known for A West Wing Special to Benefit When We All Vote directed by Thomas Schlamme, Rob Lowe stars as Sam Seaborn and Samuel L. Jackson as Self. Aaron Sorkin has got 103 awards and 173 nominations so far. The most recent award Aaron Sorkin achieved is AACTA International Awards. The upcoming new movie Aaron Sorkin plays is Being the Ricardos which will be released on Dec 21, 2021.
Aaron Sorkin grew up in Scarsdale, a suburb of New York City where he was very involved in his high school drama and theater club. After graduating from Syracuse University with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Theater, Sorkin intended to pursue a career in acting. It took him only a short time to realize that his true love, and his true talent, lay in writing. His first play, "Removing All Doubt", was not an immediate success, but his second play, "Hidden in This Picture", debuted in 1988 at the West Bank Cafe Downstairs Theater Bar. A longer version of "Hidden in This Picture", called "Making Movies", opened at the Promenade Theater in 1990. Despite his youth and relative inexperience, Sorkin was about to break into the spotlight. In 1989, he received the prestigious Outer Critics Circle award as Outstanding American Playwright for the stage version of Des hommes d'honneur (1992), which was later nominated for a Golden Globe. The idea for the plot of "A Few Good Men" came from a conversation with his older sister, Deborah. Deborah was a Navy Judge Advocate General lawyer sent to Guantanamo Bay on a case involving Marines accused of killing a fellow Marine. Deborah told Aaron of the case and he spent the next year and a half writing a Broadway play, which later led to the movie. Sorkin has gone on to write for many movies and TV shows. Besides Des hommes d'honneur (1992), he has written Le président et Miss Wade (1995) and Malice (1993), as well as cooperating on Ennemi d'État (1998), Rock (1996) and Excess Baggage (1997). In addition, he was invited by Steven Spielberg to "polish" the script of La liste de Schindler (1993). Sorkin's TV credits include the Golden Globe-nominated À la Maison Blanche (1999) and Sports Night (1998).
BirthdayJun 09, 1961
Place of BirthNew York City, New York, USA
Also known아론 소킨, Aaron Benjamin Sorkin
103 wins & 173 nominations
Movies & TV Shows
as Ad Executive7.8
as Aide in Bar6.8
as Man in Bar7.7