Michael Fassbender stars in “Steve Jobs,” written by Aaron Sorkin. Sorkin has penned (and produced) a string of notable productions. Here are a few:
Jeff Daniels in the HBO original series “The Newsroom.”
Brad Pitt, left, and Jonah Hill star in Columbia Pictures’ Oscar-nominated drama “Moneyball.”
Aaron Sorkin wrote “The Social Network,” starring Jesse Eisenberg, left, and Joseph Mazzello.
Tom Hanks, a cast member in “Charlie Wilson’s War,” arrives at the world premiere of the film in Los Angeles. Aaron Sorkin wrote the screenplay.
Bradley Whitford, left, and Matthew Perry star in the NBC dramatic series “Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip.”
Aaron Sorkin, right (foreground), on the set of “The West Wing.”
Executive producers Thomas Schlamme, left, and Aaron Sorkin, center, are joined by actor Bradley Whitford in 2001 as they celebrate their Emmys for “The West Wing.”
Aaron Sorkin, center, screenwriter, on the set of “Sports Night” discussing a shot with actor Peter Krause (foreground, getting his makeup done), and actor William H. Macy.
Sorkin wrote the play and screenplay for “A Few Good Men,” with Jack Nicholson, left, and Tom Cruise.