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Henry Winkler is an American actor, film director, producer and screenwriter.
Henry Winkler began playing his first roles in various TV commercials. In 1973, he appeared in a comedy show called Happy Days. There Henry played the role of the mechanic Fonzie.
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Fonzie became one of his most famous roles. After a while, Winkler decided to move away from that image and to show everyone that the range of his talent was much greater. Heroes, Night Shift, You Don't Mess with the Zohan and many more are films with this great actor, thanks to which you can enjoy his talented acting.
Henry Winkler is straight. He got married to his wife Stacey in 1978.
Henry’s parents are Ilse Anna Marie and Harry Irving Winkler. He is not the only child in the family, his sister’s name is Beatrice.
Winkler is a father of two: Zoe Emily and Max Danie. The girl was born in 1980 and the boy – in 1983.
Henry Winkler is Jewish. His parents had fled from Nazi Germany shortly before the start of World War II. So Winkler was brought up with the values of Conservative Judaism.
Worth To Know
There was a period in Henry's life when he was directing and producing various projects. He opened his own studio and created several TV shows and films.
Winkler is also a big fan of fishing and often fishes in Montana.
A bronze statue of Fonzie was erected in Milwaukee in 2008.
On March 29, 2010, Winkler was presented with the keys of the City of Winnipeg for his contributions to education and literacy.