Henry Winkler memoir due in 2024

he memoir, currently untitled, is scheduled for 2024. Winkler, 76, became famous in the 1970s as “The Fonz” on the sitcom “Happy Days” and has worked steadily ever since.

SHARE Henry Winkler memoir due in 2024
Celadon Books announced Wednesday that it has a deal with Henry Winkler to tell his life story. The memoir, currently untitled, is scheduled for 2024. 

Celadon Books announced Wednesday that it has a deal with Henry Winkler to tell his life story. The memoir, currently untitled, is scheduled for 2024.

Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP

NEW YORK — Henry Winkler is busy as ever these days, but the actor is still making time to write a memoir.

Celadon Books announced Wednesday that it has a deal with Winkler to tell his life story. The memoir, currently untitled, is scheduled for 2024. Winkler, 76, became famous in the 1970s as “The Fonz” on the sitcom “Happy Days” and has worked steadily ever since. His hundreds of TV and movie credits include “Arrested Development,” Parks and Recreation” and an Emmy-winning role on the HBO series “Barry.”

“I am both excited and nervous to contemplate writing a memoir, because it’s hard to remember what happened the day before yesterday. But here I go!” Winkler said in a statement,

Winkler has worked on several previous books, including “I’ve Never Met An Idiot On The River: Reflections on Family, Photography, and Fly-Fishing” and the children’s series “Here’s Hank” and “Alien Superstar,” for which he collaborated with Lin Oliver.

The Latest
Chicago Police Supt. David Brown pushed for a 180-suspension, but the vice president of the Chicago Police Board ruled against him.
Host and designer Alison Victoria helps a couple expecting their first child build their Evanston home from the ground up.
Richard Banks, 22, and Christian Anderson, 16, both of Chicago, face first-degree murder charges in the May 14 shooting death of Jeremiah Ellis.
Ellen DeGeneres and guests Jennifer Aniston, Billie Eilish and Pink shared memories and affection as the gabfest concluded its Emmy-winning, 3,200-plus episode run that began in September 2003.
Casino revenue will cover just 9% of the city’s annual massive pension contribution, WBEZ reports.