Henry Winkler Net Worth

Henry Winkler is an American actor, director, producer and author. Henry Winkler Net Worth according to the 2022 updates is around $40 Million. Explore more about Henry Winkler‘s earning, income, salary, career and other details. His

Henry Winkler Full name Henry FranklinWinkler. His nick Name was Henry Winkler. Henry Winkler now 77 Years old .

Henry Winkler Father Harry Irving Winkler and his Mother Ilse Anna Marie.

Henry Winkler Spouse  was  Stacey Weitzman  . He has two kids.

He was born in 30 October 1945  in Manhattan, New York, United states of america.

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According to Winkler, his first paid television job was as a game show extra in New York, for which he was paid $10. He then supported himself in New York City by working in television commercials, while performing theater for free at the Manhattan Theater Club. During the period of 1968 to 1972, he also appeared in numerous Yale Repertory Theater productions. Some of these include “Coriolanus” (May 1968), “Macbeth” (February 1971), “Gimpel the Fool” (October 1970), “Two by Brecht and Weill: The Little Mahagonny and the Seven Sins” (May-June 1971, January 1972), among others.

In 1973, Winkler landed the role of Butchey Weinstein in the drama film “The Lords of Flatbush”. The film also starred Perry King and Sylvester Stallone. However, the film was not released until 1974. During 1973 he appeared on shows like “The Mary Tyler Moor Show”, “The Bob Newhart Show”, and “Rhoda”. Also in 1973, the producer Tom Miller helped Winkler land the role of Arthur Herbert Fonzarelli, also known as “The Fonz” or “Fonzie”, on the sitcom show “Happy Days”. “Happy Days” first started airing in January 1974, and helped Winkler achieve wider recognition and fame. He remained with the show as The Fonz until it ended in 1984. While he starred on television as The Fonz, he also appeared in films like “Heroes” (1977), “The One and Only” (1978), and “An American Christmas Carol” (1979).

After taking a break from acting in the 1980s, beginning in the 1990s Winkler slowly started returning to acting. In 1991, he starred in the highly controversial made-for-tv film “Absolute Strangers”, and then in 1994 he co-starred with Katharine Hepburn in the tv movie “One Christmas”. Also in 1994, he returned to television in the Fox comedy series “Monty”. However, “Monty” did not air for long and was pretty short-lived; it was canceled after just six episodes. Then Adam Sandler invited him to appear in his film “The Waterboy” (1998), starting off what would prove to be a good friendship and productive professional relationship. Winkler went on to appear in three other Sandler films: “Little Nicky” (2000), “Click” (2006), and “You Don’t Mess with the Zohan” (2008).

Since then, Winkler has appeared in many other works, such as the television shows “Numb3rs”, “The Bob Newhart Show”, “South Park”, “The Practice”, “The Drew Carey Show”, “The Simpsons”, “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit”, “Third Watch”, “Arrested Development”, “Family Guy”, and “King of the Hill”, “Royal Pains”, “Childrens Hospital”, “Parks and Recreation”, and “Barry”, among others