All About Aaron Sorkin

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Can you name the following facts about Aaron Sorkin?

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Sorkin's upstate alma mater. He graduated in 1983.
Play, partially written on cocktail napkins during bartending shifts. It debuted in 1989, and was adapted into a 1992 film directed by Rob Reiner.
This long time Hollywood writer who once quipped that in show business 'Nobody knows anything,' mentored a young Sorkin.
Reiner also directed this Sorkin-penned screenplay about the romance between Andrew Shepherd and Sydney Ellen Wade.
It has been reported that Sorkin did some script-doctor work on the screenplay for this academy award winner from the early 90's.
Sorkin's first TV project starring Robert Guillaume, Felicity Huffman, and Peter Krause (among others) ran from September 1998 to May 2000.
Sorkin co-wrote 85 of the first 88 episodes of this award-winning television drama, then left the show after its fourth season.
Though probably more closely associated with the central role in a later Sorkin project, he played Chief of Staff A.J. MacInerney in Sorkin's second Reiner-directed screenplay.
Actor, sometimes called Sorkin's 'good luck charm.' He appeared in all of the works mentioned thus far in this quiz.
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This Sorkin-helmed show depicting the backstage life at a sketch comedy show debuted in the fall of 2006, but was canceled after only one season.
This director, noted for use of the 'walk and talk' device, worked with Sorkin on all three of his television shows.
His first of several collaborations with Sorkin came when he succeeded Tom Hulce in the role of Lt. Daniel Kaffee on Broadway.
Like his 2006 character Danny Tripp, Sorkin is in recovery from an addiction to this.
Sorkin was once romantically linked to this actress who later went on to join the cast of one Sorkin-creation and serve as an inspiration for the character Harriet Hayes in another
Mike Nichol's directed this 2007 Sorkin-penned film, which garnered 5 Golden Globe nominations and an Oscar nomination for Philip Seymour Hoffman.
Jimmi Simpson and Hank Azaria starred in this play about the early days of television which opened on Broadway on December 3rd, 2007 and closed after only a three month run.
Sorkin is one of the screenwriter on this adaptation of a 2003 non-fiction best seller.

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