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This old Groundhog Day rumor is circulating YouTube, dank memes, and years-old clickbait collided in June to foster the scientifically illiterate His second cousin Gary Winkler keeps Alaskan Malamutes, Siberian Huskies and timber wolves whenever they are not being used for filming any cinematic and television production.
As an unfamiliar actor, he had been mentored in the business by actress Marion Ross. His first television exposure with Ross was a co-starring role opposite her in the Happy Days series.
He had a personal policy of not doing the Happy Days character in public, but made an exception when he and costars Anson Williams, Ron Howard, and Don Most had finished a public appearance at a Dallas shopping mall.
Boxed in by 25, fans, he stared at the crowd and shouted -- in his best Fonz persona -- "All right, look here, there's a lot of you, and there are four of us.
You're gonna separate like the Red Sea, and you're not gonna touch us. Thank you for listening to me I started my career in kindergarten playing a tube of tooth paste in a play about hygiene.
There is a gigantic learning curve for parents, knowing when to shut up. My son Max says to me, "Every time you talk to my friends, there has to be a life lesson.
Can't you just say hello? I was 31 when I realised I wasn't stupid. Dyslexia was diagnosed in me, along with my stepson Jed and, as it turns out, in all our children.
They've had the same confidence issues I had. You can't protect them from that, but what you can do is tell them they're fantastic 15 times a day.
American movies have destroyed people's ability to relate. If a guy puts his head on your stomach, soon enough that head will feel so heavy, it hurts.
The reality is that relationships are hard work with tremendous highs and desperate lows, incredible battles and moments of wonder and admiration.
You have to take the whole package. I've been married to Stacey Winkler for 30 years. The key to an enduring relationship is in the ear, not the heart or mind.
How you think or feel about what you are saying is not what is important. What matters is how they hear it.
After 30 years, there is only one reason to stay together - because you really want to. The Fonz was the Yin to my Yang. He was everything I wanted to be because there was nothing cool about me growing up.
I became good looking when I was 28, when Happy Days started. Suddenly girls were knocking on my hotel door.
Being chased was wonderful with a capital W. Holy mackerel, yes! I was happy to take advantage of that for a couple of years.
I could never hang on to girlfriends. I was funny, but too intense. I wrote one girl love letters, all of them misspelt, and waited like a puppy outside her classroom door.
Turned out she was seeing someone else all along. I learnt to have a sense of humour. As an undiagnosed dyslexic, you spend a third of your time trying to figure out what's wrong with you, a third of your time trying to figure out why you can't figure it out and the final third trying to cover up the shame and humiliation.
I vowed two things as a boy. The first was that I would be an actor, the second that I would never be like my parents. My father spoke 11 languages, my mother had no problem spelling.
Their nickname for me was dummer hund - dumb dog, said often enough for it not to be funny. The idea that a child should be seen and not heard is arcane and barbaric.
My one word with which to live life would have to be tenacity. My parents were Jews who fled Nazi Germany in I learnt tenacity from them when what I needed was their pride.
And then I got to act with him for 10 years and he was great. Tom Bosley was our mentor. He was a true artist He will be sorely missed, but never forgotten.
Henry Franklin Winkler OBE born October 30, is an American actor, comedian, director, and producer.
Winkler later played Barry Zuckerkorn on the comedy series Arrested Development — , Sy Mittleman on the dark comedy series Childrens Hospital — ,  Dr.
Saperstein on the comedy series Parks and Recreation — ,  and Eddie R. Lawson on the comedy-drama series Royal Pains — His most recent role is Gene Cousineau on the dark comedy series Barry —present , for which he won the Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series.
Winkler was nominated for the Emmy Award for Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series for his role on The Practice , and has won two Daytime Emmy Awards.
He earned a nomination for the Golden Globe Award for Best Actor — Motion Picture Drama for playing Jack Dunne in Heroes , and was nominated for the Golden Globe Award for Best Actor — Motion Picture Musical or Comedy for his role as Chuck Lumley in the film Night Shift Winkler has appeared in films such as The Lords of Flatbush , The One and Only , Scream , The Waterboy , Holes , Click , and Here Comes the Boom He also directed the films Memories of Me and Cop and a Half He has said that they came to the U.
President Franklin D. The family attended Congregation Habonim , where his mother ran the Judaica shop, and his parents were founding members of the temple.
Winkler has said that he was very anxious as a child because of his undiagnosed dyslexia , and that he was considered to be "slow, stupid, [and] not living up to [his] potential".
He also said that his relationship with his parents was strained, due at least partially to their attitude towards his condition.
His father often called him a "dumb dog" in German and punished him for his difficulties in school. In , he returned to New York, where he auditioned for and was cast in 42 Seconds from Broadway.
He also received an honorary DHL from Austin College. During his educational years, he studied in the Swiss city of Lausanne and worked in a lumber mill in a small German town.
Winkler said he had wanted to be an actor from the time he was a young child. He was able to support himself with the commercial work so he could do theater for free at Manhattan Theater Club.
Although Winkler had already shot the film The Lords of Flatbush , he was relatively unknown. In , a year before that film was released, producer Tom Miller was instrumental in Winkler getting cast for the role of Arthur Herbert Fonzarelli, nicknamed "The Fonz" or " Fonzie ", in Happy Days , which first aired in January Marshall sought to cast a hunky, blond, Italian model-type male in the role of Fonzie, intended as a stupid foil to the real star, Ron Howard , and originally envisioned Micky Dolenz for the role.
According to Winkler, "The Fonz was everybody I wasn't. He was everybody I wanted to be. Winkler's character, though remaining very much a rough-hewn outsider, gradually became the focus of the show as time passed in particular after the departure of Ron Howard.
The first 13 episodes show Winkler wearing two different kinds of windbreaker jackets, one of which was green. As Winkler said in a TV Land interview: "It's hard to look cool in a green windbreaker".
Marshall argued with the executives about the jacket. In the end, a compromise was made: Winkler could only wear the leather jacket in scenes with his motorcycle.
And, from that point on, the Fonz was never without his motorcycle, until season 2. Happy Days ended its run in From to , Winkler appeared in over a dozen Yale Repertory Theater productions, including Shakespeare's Coriolanus May and Macbeth February , Gogol's The Government Inspector February , the world premiere of Gimpel the Fool an Isaac Bashevis Singer adaptation, October and Two by Brecht and Weill: The Little Mahagonny and The Seven Sins May—June and January Winkler was also the narrator and executive producer of Who Are the DeBolts?
And Where Did They Get Nineteen Kids? The film won an Academy Award for Best Feature-length Documentary in ,  as well as the Directors Guild of America Award and the Humanitas Award for producer and director John Korty in A minute version of the film shown on ABC in December , earned a Emmy Award for Outstanding Individual Achievement - Informational Program and an Emmy nomination for Outstanding Informational Program for Winkler, Korty, and producers Warren Lockhart and Dan McCann.
Winkler was also one of the hosts of the Music for UNICEF Concert. After Happy Days ended, Winkler concentrated on producing and directing.
Within months of the program's cancellation, he and John Rich had collaborated to establish Winkler-Rich Productions; whenever Rich or Ann Daniels was uninvolved, his company was called Fair Dinkum Productions.
He chose the name in a nod to Australia, where " fair dinkum " is a common Australian term suggesting a person or thing is "direct," "honest," "fair," or "authentic".
He produced several television shows, including MacGyver , So Weird , and Mr. Sunshine , with Rich; Sightings , in which Daniels was involved; the made-for-television film Scandal Sheet , for which he was executive producer ; and the game shows Wintuition and Hollywood Squares the latter from —, occasionally serving as a sub-announcer.
Winkler appeared in Night Shift , a American comedy film directed by Ron Howard. He also directed several movies including the Billy Crystal movie Memories of Me and Cop and a Half with Burt Reynolds.
As the s began, Winkler returned to acting. In , he starred in the controversial made-for-television film Absolute Strangers , as a husband forced to make a decision regarding his comatose wife and his unborn baby.
In , he returned to TV with the short-lived comedy series Monty on Fox and co-starred with Katharine Hepburn in the holiday TV movie One Christmas.
In , his scene-stealing, uncredited role in Scream as foul-mouthed high school principal Arthur Himbry thrust his onscreen career back into the mainstream.
Shortly afterwards, Adam Sandler asked Winkler to appear in The Waterboy In , he became an executive producer for the Disney Channel original series So Weird.
He would later make a special guest appearance in the second season's Halloween episode titled "Boo". The Waterboy sparked a fast friendship, and ongoing professional relationship, between Sandler and Winkler.
Winkler would go on to appear in at least three other Sandler films: Little Nicky , where he plays himself, covered in bees , Click , as the protagonist's father , and You Don't Mess with the Zohan , again playing himself.
He also had small roles in movies such as Down to You , Holes , and I Could Never Be Your Woman Winkler had a recurring role as incompetent lawyer Barry Zuckerkorn in the Fox Television comedy Arrested Development.
In one episode, his character hopped over a dead shark lying on a pier,  a reference to his role in the origin of the phrase, from a two-part episode of Happy Days, " jumping the shark ".
After that episode, Winkler, in interviews, stated that he was the only person to have "jumped the shark" twice. When Winkler moved to CBS for one season to star in —06's Out of Practice , his role as the Bluth family lawyer on Arrested Development was taken over by Happy Days co-star Scott Baio in the fall of , shortly before the acclaimed but Nielsen -challenged show ceased production.
Winkler has guest-starred on television series such as Numb3rs , The Bob Newhart Show as Miles Lascoe, a parolee just out of jail—he was in jail for armed robbery, twice , South Park , The Practice , The Drew Carey Show , The Simpsons playing a member of a biker gang—in one scene, he calls Marge "Mrs.
S", a reference to Fonzie calling Happy Days matriarch Marion Cunningham "Mrs. The Weezer video for 's " Buddy Holly " edited period footage of Henry Winkler as the Fonz, as well as a double shot from behind to create the illusion that Fonzie and other characters were watching Weezer as they performed in Arnold's restaurant.
He appeared on KTTV 's Good Day L. Winkler made a cameo appearance in the band Say Anything 's video for " Wow, I Can Get Sexual Too ".
A close friend of actor John Ritter , the two led a Broadway ensemble cast in Neil Simon 's The Dinner Party in Winkler was reunited as a guest star on Ritter's sitcom 8 Simple Rules for Dating my Teenage Daughter in by Ritter's request.
On September 11, Ritter became ill during filming, and unexpectedly died. A stunned, grief-stricken Winkler was interviewed by Mary Hart of Entertainment Tonight and various other entertainment news sources.
In , Winkler provided the voice of Willard Deutschebog, a suicidal German teacher, in the Fox comedy series, Sit Down, Shut Up. In March , Winkler was cast in a recurring role on USA Network's Royal Pains , as Hank and Evan's ne'er-do-well father Eddy.
Winkler joined the cast of Adult Swim 's television adaptation of Rob Corddry 's web series Childrens Hospital , playing a stereotypically feckless hospital administrator.
In late September , Winkler provided the voice of Professor Nathaniel Zib in the Lego Hero Factory mini-series, Rise of the Rookies.
In , Winkler guest starred as Ambush Bug in the series finale of Batman: The Brave and the Bold. In August , Winkler announced on Twitter that he would be returning to the fourth season of Arrested Development.
Between and , Winkler appeared in 9 episodes of Parks and Recreation as Dr. Saperstein, father of Jean-Ralphio and Mona-Lisa. He starred in the British television adaption of his Hank Zipzer book series as the teacher Mr.
Rock was based on a music teacher Winkler once had in high school at McBurney. Winkler said that the real Mr. Rock believed in him and was the only teacher there who he felt did.
The show aired from through on the CBBC Channel in the United Kingdom. Winkler is a spokesman for reverse mortgages through Quicken Loans.
Since , Winkler has appeared in the role of acting coach Gene Cousineau in the Bill Hader -helmed HBO comedy Barry ,  for which he received the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series.
Winkler was executive producer of the NBC series Better Late Than Never , which aired from to The travel-reality show starred, in the opening's words, "four living legends: TV Superstar Henry Winkler, Cultural Icon William Shatner , NFL Hall of Famer Terry Bradshaw , Former Heavyweight Champion George Foreman — and Jeff Dye as the sidekick.
The fourth episode of the second season, " Berlin : How do you say Roots in German? The search culminated at the site of a brass memorial plaque, known as a stolperstein , embedded in the pavement in front of the workplace and home of Helmut Winkler, his uncle, who died in Auschwitz.
Winkler's father also worked in the building and lived next door. So, instead of going with my dad and my mom and leaving Berlin, he stayed an extra day, and that night was taken by the Nazis.
The stolperstein states that Helmut Winkler fled to Holland in but was interned at Westerbork and deported from there to Auschwitz in He died there December 31, The discovery was a complete surprise to Winkler.
Jeff Dye had enlisted Winkler's three children in a loving conspiracy, and they knew every step in his journey around Berlin. A letter from them was waiting for him, tucked into the building's number plate.
In the deeply moving letter, they drew together the threads of all the experiences created for the episode. Winkler's audition for the Yale School of Drama was to be a Shakespeare monologue, which he promptly forgot, so he made up his own Shakespeare monologue.
Out of a class of 25 actors, 11 finished. During summers, he and his classmates opened a summer stock theater called New Haven Free Theater, putting on various plays including Woyzeck , and an improv night.
The company put on a production of The American Pig at the Joseph Papp Public Theater for the New York Shakespeare Festival in New York City.