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Aaron Benjamin Sorkin is an American screenwriter. He was born on June 9, 1961 in New York, New York. He is most famous for creating and writing The West Wing, a television series about the lives of people who work in the White House. He also wrote the movies The American President and A Few Good Men (which he took from a play he had written with the same name), and created and wrote the television series Sports Night.