May 10, 2024
Actor, Producer, Director, Best-Selling Author
Henry Winkler has enjoyed over four decades of success in Hollywood as an actor, producer, and director. One of his first iconic roles was that of Arthur Fonzarelli in the TV series Happy Days. During his 10 years on the sitcom, Winkler won two Golden Globe Awards, was nominated three times for an Emmy Award and was also honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. He has continued his work on screen appearing in several television series, earning an Emmy Award nomination for his guest role in the ABC series The Practice. Winkler has become a much sought-after voice actor, winning a Daytime Emmy Award for Clifford: The Puppy Years. He has executive produced or produced TV series and specials for 19 years, winning a Daytime Emmy Award for All Kids Do It, as well as the prestigious Humanitas Prize for his work on the ABC documentary, Who Are the DeBolts and Where Did They Get 19 Kids? Winkler has also directed several movies and appeared on Broadway. He currently co-stars on the hit HBO dark comedy, Barry, winning both a Primetime Emmy Award and Television Critics Choice Award for his role on the series, as well as nominations for a Golden Globe and SAG Award. Winkler is a New York Times best-selling author, writing a series of 28 novels inspired by his struggle with learning challenges throughout his education, and has co-authored 37 children’s novels.