Arleen Sorkin Bio, Age, Wife, Children, Net Worth, Career, Movies, TV Shows, Awards, Harley Quinn

Arleen Sorkin Bio

Arleen Sorkin is an American actress, screenwriter, presenter, comedian. She was born on October 14, 1956 Washington, D.C., U.S.She is mostly known for portraying Calliope Jones on the NBC daytime serial Days of Our Lives and for inspiring and voicing the DC Comics villain Harley Quinn in Batman: The Animated Series and the many animated series and video games that followed it.

Arleen Sorkin Age

She is 62 years old asa of 2019, having been born on October 14, 1956 in Washington, D.C., U.S where she has grown building up her career in acting.

Arleen Sorkin Height and Weight

She stands at an American height of about 1.78 m which is good for her as an actress, while her body weight is estimated to be 80 kg.

Arleen Sorkin Wife

Arleen Sorkin is a married woman. She is married to her husband Christopher Lloyd who is an American screenwriter and producer. Having been in the same profession, the couple has been encouraging, motivating and supporting each other. The two met each other in their work.

They started liking each other and eventually started dating. After being in a relationship for some while, the couple announced their marriage in 1995. They have make their marriage controversies so private and they are happly living as a family.

Arleen Sorkin Children/Kids

The couple is blessed with two adorable children namely Eli Lloyd and Owen Lloyd.

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Arleen Sorkin Net Worth

Arleen was active in the movie industry since 1983 till 2012 and she grew in popularity and fame. She used to receive a very good pay for her work and therefore, can be believed that her net worth is in million though her exact net worth is updated on the media it still under review together with her annual salary.

Arleen Sorkin Career

Born in Washington, D.C., 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.

From 1987 to 1989, Sorkin had the role of Geneva, a sexy maid to yuppie couple Richard and Linda Phillips, on the Fox dramedy series Duet.

In response, Sorkin filed a lawsuit against Di Bona, claiming she was dismissed from the show due to her race, after ABC Chairman Dan Burke had suggested to Di Bona that Sorkin be replaced by an African-American or a person of another ethnic minority.

Harley went on to appear in DC comic books and in further animated TV series including The New Batman Adventures, Static Shock, and Justice League, as well as Gotham Girls, an internet cartoon series.

Sorkin did not reprise her role in 2011’s Batman: Arkham City and was succeeded by Tara Strong, one of her fellow DCAU voice actors.

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

In the final episode of Frasier, Sorkin had an onscreen part as the owner of a monkey.

Arleen Sorkin Movies

  • Oscar 1991
  • Ted & Venus
  • Perry Mason: The Case of the Killer Kiss
  • Picture Perfect 1997
  • The Batman Superman Movie: World’s
    Finest
  • Batman Beyond
  • Comic Book: The Movie
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  • I Don’t Buy Kisses Anymore

Arleen Sorkin TV Shows

  • Days of Our Lives
  • The New Hollywood Squares
  • The New Mike Hammer
  • Duet
  • Open House
  • Family Feud
  • Dream On
  • Room for Romance
  • America’s Funniest People
  • Taz-Mania
  • Batman: The Animated Series
  • The New Batman Adventures
  • Superman: The Animated Series
  • Gotham Girls
  • Static Shock
  • Justice League
  • Frasier

Arleen Sorkin Awards

  • Spike Video Game Awards
  • Daytime Emmy Awards
  • Soap Opera Digest Awards
  • Peabody Awards
  • International Documentary Association

Arleen Sorkin Harley Quinn

She is known best for her role as Calliope Jones on the daytime serial Days of Our Lives and voicing as Harley Quinn in Batman. Harley Quinn is a fictional character appearing in comic books published by DC Comics. In her depictions she has been portrayed as a physician psychiatrist and as a psychologist.