NEW YORK (AP) — Henry Winkler is busy as ever nowadays, however the actor continues to be making time to jot down a memoir.
Celadon Books introduced Wednesday that it has a take care of Winkler to inform his life story. The memoir, presently untitled, is scheduled for 2024. Winkler, 76, grew to become well-known within the Nineteen Seventies as “The Fonz” on the sitcom “Pleased Days” and has labored steadily ever since. His a whole bunch of TV and film credit embody “Arrested Improvement,” Parks and Recreation“ and an Emmy-winning function on the HBO collection “Barry.”
“I’m each excited and nervous to ponder writing a memoir, as a result of it’s onerous to recollect what occurred the day earlier than yesterday. However right here I am going!” Winkler stated in a press release,
Winkler has labored on a number of earlier books, together with “I’ve By no means Met An Fool On The River: Reflections on Household, Images, and Fly-Fishing“ and the kids’s collection “Right here’s Hank” and “Alien Celebrity,” for which he collaborated with Lin Oliver.
This story corrects that Henry Winkler’s function in “Barry’’ isn’t the title character.
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