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What is Henry Winkler’s net worth? Exploring veteran actor’s fortune as his “cataclysmic thoughts” spark debate online

Henry Winkler recently sparked online debate because of cataclysmic thoughts. (Image via Outsider)

Henry Winkler recently stated that the world has to face a cataclysmic event to make everyone united. He tweeted the following, and it has led to a lot of controversies. Winkler wrote,

“We are So divided as a country .. only a cataclysmic Event , that makes us depend on one another again , can bring us back together.”

In context, the tweet makes sense since Winkler is articulating a philosophical position. However, he is being abused by people online, since the world is already facing the wrath of COVID-19. People didn’t take kindly to Winkler downplaying the ongoing strife. Here are a few reactions on Twitter.

According to Winkler, the pandemic was not enough to bring all of us together. He might be pointing towards another event. However, the general public was unable to decipher the true intent behind his words.

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Henry Winkler’s net worth

75-year-old Henry Winkler has a net worth of around $40 million. The actor became popular after appearing as Arthur “Fonzie” Fonzarelli in the sitcom “Happy Days.” He has played the role of Barry Zuckerkorn on Arrested Development and was recently seen on the dark comedy series Barry.

Born on the West Side of New York City’s Manhattan, Winkler’s parents were German Jews and had emigrated from Berlin to the US during the Second World War in 1939. He was raised in the traditions of Conservative Judaism and he stopped being religious as he grew up.

Winkler tied the knot with his wife Stacey on May 5, 1978, and is the father of two children. He has a stepson from his wife’s previous marriage with Howard Weitzman.

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Winkler was the 9th King of the Bacchus Parade at the Mardi Gras in New Orleans in 1977. Along with the Hank Zipzer series of 17 books, Winkler has written another series with Lin Oliver titled “Here’s Hank.” It is a prequel to the Zipzer stories.

Throughout his successful career, Winkler has won many awards. This includes two Golden Globe Awards, two Daytime Emmy Awards, one Primetime Emmy Award, and one Critic’s Choice Television Award.


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