Aaron Sorkin's keynotes take a look at the accomplished Hollywood producer's fascinating life. Not only are they intensely personal and cover topics such as his decade-long cocaine abuse, but also explain how these experiences have shaped him as a person and what kind of life he wants to lead and encourages others to lead as well. His exemplary works include 'A Few Good Men,' 'The West Wing' and 'The Social Network.'
As one of the forefront political writers for television, Sorkin has covered a wide variety of topics. Upon graduating from Syracuse University with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Musical Theatre in 1983, Sorkin moved to New York to try to make a name for himself. He began his career as a playwright and hit it big with 'A Few Good Men.' Since, he has written and produced many box office hits in TV, film and tehatre.
His current project, HBO's 'The Newsroom' has already made headlines. His upcoming Steve Jobs biopic is likewise highly anticipated. Aaron Sorkin's keynotes are reflection of his success and work ethic.