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Winkler was also one of the hosts of the 1979 Music for UNICEF Concert.After Happy Days ended, Winkler concentrated on producing and directing.Winkler appeared in Night Shift, a 1982 American comedy film directed by Ron Howard.He also directed several movies including the Billy Crystal movie Memories of Me, (1988) and Cop and a Half (1993) with Burt Reynolds. In 1991, 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."The Fonz", or "Fonzie", a leather-clad greaser, hot rodder and auto mechanic, started out as a minor character at the show's beginning, but had achieved top billing by the time the show ended. However, when Winkler interpreted the role in auditions, Marshall immediately snapped him up.He also starred as Sy Mittleman on Adult Swim's Childrens Hospital Winkler was born on the West Side of Manhattan, New York City, New York, the son of Ilse Anna Marie Winkler (née Hadra) and Harry Irving Winkler, a lumber company president. According to Winkler, "The Fonz was everybody I wasn't.When Winkler moved to CBS for one season to star in 2005–06'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 2005, shortly before the acclaimed but Nielsen-challenged show ceased production.
Winkler said he had wanted to be an actor from the time he was a young child.
For Happy Days, director/producer Garry Marshall originally had in mind a completely opposite physical presence.
In 1973, 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 1974.
Shortly afterwards, Adam Sandler asked Winkler to appear in The Waterboy (1998).
In 1999, he became an executive producer for the Disney Channel original series So Weird.
The Weezer video for 1994'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. Winkler made a cameo appearance in the band Say Anything's video for "Wow, I Can Get Sexual Too".