13 Facts About Arleen Sorkin


Arleen Sorkin was born on October 14,1955 and is a retired American actress, screenwriter, presenter and comedian.


Arleen Sorkin was born in Washington, DC Her family is Jewish.


Arleen Sorkin began her career in cabaret in the late 1970s and early 1980s as a member of the comedy group The High-Heeled Women, alongside Mary Fulham, Tracey Berg, and Cassandra Danz.


Arleen Sorkin played this part from 1984 to 1990 and made return visits in 1992 and 2001.


Arleen Sorkin reprised her role on the soap for the fourth time on February 24,2006.


Arleen Sorkin returned to Days for a limited run beginning on May 5,2010.


Arleen Sorkin was the original female co-host on America's Funniest People in 1990.

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In 1992, Arleen Sorkin was dismissed from America's Funniest People by producer Vin Di Bona.


Arleen Sorkin sought $450,000 for lost earnings, and an additional unspecified amount for harm to her professional reputation and emotional injury.


Arleen Sorkin additionally claimed that after she denounced the move as being racially motivated, Di Bona changed plans and hired new cohost Tawny Kitaen, who was white.


Arleen Sorkin provided inspiration for and voiced the animated character Harley Quinn, a sidekick and lover to the Joker, first appearing in a 1992 episode of Batman: The Animated Series.


Arleen Sorkin voiced Harley in the animated film Batman Beyond: Return of the Joker and multiple video games.


Since 1995, Arleen Sorkin has been married to television writer-producer Christopher Lloyd, with whom she has two sons, Eli and Owen.