Henry Winkler - Personal Life

Personal Life

Winkler has been married to Stacey Weitzman since May 5, 1978; they have two children, Zoe Emily (b. 1980) and Max Daniel (b. August 18, 1983), and a stepson, Jed, from Stacey's previous marriage with Howard Weitzman. He is the godfather of Bryce Dallas Howard, daughter of Happy Days co-star Ron Howard. Henry was the 9th King of the Bacchus, Mardi Gras, Parade in New Orleans in 1977 the theme was "Happily Ever After". Winkler's relationship with his parents (now deceased) was strained, due at least partially to their attitude towards his dyslexia. He stated his father referred to him as "dumb dog" and often punished him for his difficulties in school.

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