Henry Winkler Net Worth


Age: 78 Years

Born: 30 October 1945
Height: 1.68 m (5 ft 6 in)
Country of Origin: United States of America
Source of Wealth: Actor, Comedian, Film Director, Film Producer


Henry Franklin Winkler is an American actor, comedian, author, producer, and director. After rising to fame as Arthur “Fonzie” Fonzarelli on the American television series Happy Days, Winkler has distinguished himself as a character actor for roles such as Arthur Himbry in Scream, Coach Klein in The Waterboy, Barry Zuckerkorn in Arrested Development, Eddie R. Lawson in Royal Pains, Dr. Saperstein in Parks and Recreation, Fritz in Monsters at Work, Stanley Yelnats III in Holes, Uncle Joe in The French Dispatch, Al Pratt in Black Adam, and Gene Cousineau in Barry. In 2016, he also became a reality television star on the NBC series Better Late Than Never.

Winkler’s accolades include a Primetime Emmy, two Daytime Emmys, two Golden Globe Awards, and two Critics Choice Awards. As a child, Winkler struggled at P.S. 87 on West 78th Street, Manhattan and the McBurney School, where he was berated for his poor academic performance. He then studied theater at both Emerson College and the Yale School of Drama, spent a year and half with the Yale Repertory Theater, did regional theater and commercial work, and appeared in two independent films. After saving up money, he traveled to California in September 1973, and was cast in a small role for The Mary Tyler Moore Show. He also auditioned for Happy Days and won the part of Arthur “Fonzie” Fonzarelli, a role he played for the next ten years. During his time on Happy Days, Winkler was diagnosed as dyslexic.

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Last Updated: 3rd March 2023