12 Facts About Arleen Sorkin


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

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

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

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

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

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

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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.

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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.

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

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Arleen Sorkin was succeeded by several voice actresses, usually Tara Strong or Hynden Walch, in various media.

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Series Frasier, produced by her husband Christopher Lloyd, Arleen Sorkin would perform as a caller to Frasier Crane's radio show; the lines would later be dubbed over by a celebrity caller.

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

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