Henry Winkler recently praised producer Norman Lear for making a significant impact on American society and television. As an iconic figure himself, Winkler highlighted Lear’s grace, intelligence, and humor, particularly at his 101st birthday party, where he humorously quipped about reaching that age. Lear was known for being forward-thinking and addressing various societal issues through his work, including homosexuality, racism, the Vietnam War, and women’s rights. On the other hand, Winkler’s memoir, “Being Henry: The Fonz … and Beyond,” has enjoyed success on the New York Times Bestseller list after 50 years in showbiz. He shared that he is now discovering his true self and left a lasting impression with a perfect metaphor encapsulating his remarkable career.

Summery :

– Henry Winkler applauds Norman Lear for his impact on America’s TV landscape and society
– Norman Lear accomplished a lot in life with grace, intelligence, and fun
– Norman was forward-thinking and tackled topics like homosexuality, racism, the Vietnam War, and women’s rights on TV
– Henry Winkler’s memoir is approaching one month on the New York Times Bestseller list
– Henry Winkler is just now discovering his true self after 50 years in showbiz

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