A report on Henry Winkler and David Schwimmer

Winkler at the Raleigh Supercon in 2018
Schwimmer in 2011
Richie (Ron Howard) and Fonzie (Henry Winkler) at Fonzie's apartment over the Cunningham's garage.
Schwimmer in 2011
Potsie (Anson Williams), Richie (Ron Howard), Fonzie (Henry Winkler) and Ralph Malph (Donny Most) at Arnold's drive-in.
Schwimmer at the London premiere of Madagascar, 2005
Marion Cunningham (Marion Ross) enters a dance contest with Fonzie instead of Howard (who is not interested). Since both of them have kept their practice sessions a secret, Howard begins to think Marion has someone else, due to her unexplained absences at home.
Schwimmer in 2007 at the premiere for Run Fatboy Run, a movie that he directed
Winkler, Adam Sandler, and Kevin James at a ceremony for Sandler to receive a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, February 1, 2011.
"Stolperstein" (stumbling stone),
Helmut Theodor Winkler,
Nikolsburger Platz 1,
Berlin-Wilmersdorf, Germany
Foreign Office Minister Alistair Burt with Winkler, who spoke at the Foreign Office in London on his experience of living with Dyslexia, March 5, 2013.
Richie Cunningham (Ron Howard) takes a turn on Fonzie's motorcycle
The Fonz becomes a singing superstar. Pictured are Cindy Williams as Shirley Feeney, Ron Howard as Richie Cunningham, Henry Winkler as Fonzie, and Penny Marshall as Laverne DiFazio.

He landed his first regular series role as the liberal son of a conservative talk show host (Henry Winkler) in the sitcom Monty.

- David Schwimmer

He starred in the 1991 television film, Absolute Strangers, and in the short-lived 1994 television series Monty with David Schwimmer (before his debut on Friends).

- Henry Winkler
Winkler at the Raleigh Supercon in 2018

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Monty (TV series)

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American sitcom that aired on Fox from January 11 to February 15, 1994.

American sitcom that aired on Fox from January 11 to February 15, 1994.

The series starred Henry Winkler as Monty Richardson, a loud, obnoxious conservative TV commentator.

The series also starred Tom McGowan as his executive producer and David Schwimmer as his left-leaning son.