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THE BELOVED ACTOR TALKS ABOUT HIS REVITALIZED CAREER, ENDURING MARRIAGE AND WHY, DESPITE HEARTBREAK AND PRIVATE PAIN, HE NEVER GAVE UP ON HIS LIFELONG DREAM
Lucky in Love “People are happy about Henry’s success,” says wife Stacey (with Winkler at home on March 12). “It’s something to be a good guy and follow the rules and be appreciated for that.”

Henry Winkler won’t let a busy workday get in the way of being a good host—at his People photo shoot he offers slices of freshly baked pound cake to everyone who’s entered his Brentwood home. Moments like these, over the span of his 46-year career, have earned him a reputation as the Nicest Man in Hollywood, but Winkler sweetly balks at the title. “I don’t think I’m the nicest man anywhere,” says the star, 73. “But I’m appreciative. I don’t take anything for granted.” Seated next to Stacey, his wife of 40 years, in the living

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