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Henry Winkler on his dyslexia and journey of self-discovery

When the popularity of his “Happy Days” character, The Fonz, exploded in the 1970s, actor Henry Winkler worried he’d be a one-hit wonder. Almost 50 years later, he hasn’t stopped working in film and television, and has authored scores of children’s books. John Yang speaks with Winkler about his new memoir, the challenges of dyslexia and his advice for young people experiencing similar struggles.

Henry Winkler on his dyslexia and journey of self-discovery

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