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Sorkin entertained offers to continue the show on other television channels but declined all the offers as they were mainly contingent on his involvement which would have been a difficult prospect given that he was simultaneously writing The West Wing at that point.
In 1984 Removing All Doubt was staged for drama students at his alma mater, Syracuse University.
These sequences consist of single tracking shots of long duration involving multiple characters engaging in conversation as they move through the set; characters enter and exit the conversation as the shot continues without any cuts. Before he reached his teenage years, his parents were taking him to the theatre to see shows such as Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? Determined to do better, he returned in his sophomore year, and graduated in 1983. 'You have the capacity to be so much better than you are', he started saying to me in September of my senior year. On the last day of classes, he said it again, and I said, 'How? I've been coming through on his admonition ever since"."I don't want to analyze myself or anything, but I think, in fact I know this to be true, that I enter the world through what I write.
Recalling the influence on him at college of drama teacher Arthur Storch, Sorkin recalled, after Storch's death in March 2013, that "Arthur's reputation as a director, and as a disciple of Lee Strasberg, was a big reason why a lot of us went to S. I grew up believing, and continue to believe, that I am a screw-up, that growing up with my family and friends, I had nothing to offer in any conversation.
His works include the Broadway plays A Few Good Men, The Farnsworth Invention and To Kill a Mockingbird; the television series Sports Night, The West Wing, Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip, and The Newsroom; and the films A Few Good Men, The American President, Charlie Wilson's War, Moneyball, and Steve Jobs.
For writing The Social Network, he won the Academy Award for Best Adapted Screenplay, among other awards.