NEW YORK (AP) — Henry Winkler is planning an out-of-this-world take on fame and show business.
The 73-year-old actor known for "Happy Days" and "Barry" has a three-book deal with Abrams...
NEW YORK (AP) — Things are coming full circle for Henry Winkler in many ways.
The actor, best known for playing "The Fonz" on the 1970s hit sitcom "Happy Days," is also a prolific author of children's books and recently paid a visit to promote his latest book at his old elementary school in New York City.
"I thought this was amazing. The way the world comes together," he told the Associated Press.
Life is coming full circle for Henry Winkler
Winkler’s backstage Emmy advice: ‘Be yourself’
"The Proposal." It was a 2009 movie starring Sandra Bullock, but now will forever be the informal title of the 2018 Emmys telecast, thanks to a memorable romantic gesture from Emmy-winning director Glenn Weiss — who summoned the courage to propose to his girlfriend on live TV.
She said yes — thank the Lord. The stars in the audience responded with gasps (we saw you, Leslie Jones) and even tears (we saw you too, Queen Elizabeth — er, Claire Foy.)
LOS ANGELES (AP) — List of winners at the annual Primetime Emmy Awards, announced Monday by the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences.
Drama Series: "Game of Thrones"
Comedy Series: "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel"
Actor, Drama Series: Matthew Rhys, "The Americans"
Actress, Drama Series: Claire Foy, "The Crown"
Supporting Actor, Drama Series: Peter Dinklage, "Game of Thrones"
Supporting Actress, Drama Series: Thandie Newton, "Westworld"
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Henry Winkler won the first Emmy of his career on Monday, more than four decades after he was first nominated for his role as The Fonz in "Happy Days."
The 72-year-old Winkler looked bowled over when he won for best supporting actor in a comedy series on Monday for his role as Gene Cousineau on HBO's dark comedy "Barry."
Once he took the stage amid roaring applause and a standing ovation, Winkler joked that he wrote his speech 43 years ago.
Who is Louie Anderson rooting for at Emmys?
A roundup of some of the most popular but completely untrue headlines of the week. None of these stories is legit, even though they were shared widely on social media. The Associated Press checked these out. Here are the real facts:
NOT REAL: Henry Winkler - 1942-2018 - Donates Half Of His Estate To MAGA 2020
LOS ANGELES (AP) — George Foreman connected with the family of his first Olympic opponent in Lithuania. Henry Winkler made peace with his family history in Berlin. William Shatner rode majestic horses in Madrid. And Terry Bradshaw strode through a Munich city park wearing nothing but a cowboy hat and sneakers.
"That was not a good moment for me," the 69-year-old former football star said.
LOS ANGELES (AP) — During an hour-long chat at his Los Angeles home, Henry Winkler does impressions of George Foreman, Terry Bradshaw and William Shatner (his co-stars in the new NBC reality series "Better Late Than Never"), walks like a ninja who suddenly sports jazz hands, and improvises a scene as the intolerant acting coach he plays in a new HBO comedy.
Reaction to the death Tuesday of TV and film writer and director Garry Marshall of "Happy Days" and "Pretty Woman" fame:
"RIP Garry Marshall, whose humor & humanity inspired. He was a world class boss & mentor whose creativity and leadership meant a ton to me." ''Garry's mantra, to those who succeeded in entertainment was simple... 'Life is more important that show business.'" "I miss Garry already. He leaves a huge void for all who were lucky to be in...
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Writer-director Garry Marshall, whose deft touch with comedy and romance led to a string of TV hits that included "Happy Days" and "Laverne & Shirley" and the box-office successes "Pretty Woman" and "Runaway Bride," has died. He was 81.
Marshall died Tuesday in at a hospital in Burbank, California, of complications from pneumonia after having a stroke, his publicist Michelle Bega said in a statement.