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Since Growing up she has not met her biological parentd and she has no interest in meeting them.She studied musical theater and opera performance at Oklahoma City University.The character is loosely based on actress Kristin Chenoweth (who had dated Studio 60 creator Aaron Sorkin and starred in Sorkin's previous series, The West Wing, after Sorkin had left it); I think a lot of people thought, 'Oh, that's Kristin.' But it wasn't — it was very loosely based on me.It was difficult for me seeing the character doing things like not believing in gay rights when I so do.PHOTOS: Jake Pavelka and Vienna Girardi's short-lived romance Pavelka politely declined to share how he'll be spending Valentine's Day with the Broadway star, 44. The aspiring actor hinted that he may be resurfacing on the small screen in the near future.Hannah Harriet Hayes is a fictional character on the US television series Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip, played by Sarah Paulson.

Her other Broadway and New York credits include Wicked, Candide, and The Apple Tree.She subsequently starred in a 1994 Off-Broadway production of The Fantasticks.In 2007, she guest-starred on the comedy drama Ugly Betty.Hayes claims to have become a comedian and a Christian at more or less the same time, at the age of 11: "My mother put me in church plays and one time I just went up on a line and to cover I went into a Judy Holliday impression.is an American screenwriter, producer and playwright.

Her other Broadway and New York credits include Wicked, Candide, and The Apple Tree.She subsequently starred in a 1994 Off-Broadway production of The Fantasticks.In 2007, she guest-starred on the comedy drama Ugly Betty.Hayes claims to have become a comedian and a Christian at more or less the same time, at the age of 11: "My mother put me in church plays and one time I just went up on a line and to cover I went into a Judy Holliday impression.is an American screenwriter, producer and playwright.Sorkin's trademark rapid-fire dialogue and extended monologues are complemented, in television, by frequent collaborator Thomas Schlamme's characteristic directing technique called the "walk and talk". In his freshman year he failed a class that was a core requirement.