First TV series as executive producer, short-lived ABC medical drama "Ryan's Four"
Gave memorable guest performance on NBC sitcom "Battery Park"; initially nominated for an Emmy for his role, but the late airing of the episode missed the Emmy deadline and nomination was rescinded
Made cameo in Adam Sandler comedy vehicle "Little Nicky"
Cast in recurring guest role as a dentist accused of murder on "The Practice" (ABC); nominated for an Emmy for his performance
Helmed episodes of the UPN comedy series "Clueless"
Returned to NYC to work in radio
Voiced his Fonz character on ABC animated series "Laverne & Shirley with Special Guest Star the Fonz"
Executive produced short-lived series "Mr. Sunshine" (ABC)
Acted in off-Broadway theater
Co-starred as a malevolent boss bullying a fed-up Randy Quaid in the children's feature "P.U.N.K.S"
Directed an episode of "Dave's World" (CBS)
Directed commercials for McDonald's and Frosted Flakes
Formed JZM Productions (the initials taken from the first names of his three children), a company geared toward quality children's programming
Formed Winkler-Daniel Productions with Ann Daniel; inaugural project "A Family Again" (ABC, 1988) starred Jill Eikenbery and Michael Tucker
Founded improvisation company Off The Wall NY
Founded New Haven Free Theatre
Featured in festival screened mockumentary "Dill Scallion" and the direct-to-video drama "Ground Control"
Made TV-movie directing debut with Dolly Parton's "A Smokey Mountain Christmas" (ABC)
Provided the voice of The Fonz for ABC Saturday morning cartoon "The Fonz and the Happy Days Gang"
Starred as Arthur 'Fonzie' Fonzarelli (aka The Fonz) on ABC sitcom "Happy Days"; series also starred Ron Howard as Richie Cunningham
Starred in the Broadway flop "42 Seconds From Broadway"
Starred in the Ron Howard helmed comedy "Night Shift"
Executive produced Showtime series "Dead Man's Gun"; guest starred on two episodes
Acted in the Los Angeles production of Neil Simon's "The Dinner Party"; reprised role on Broadway in 2000
Appeared on PBS satirical magazine series "The Great American Dream Machine"
Executive produced Oscar-winning documentary "Who Are the DeBolts - And Where Did They Get 19 Kids?"; film aired on ABC in 1978
Made film acting debut in "Crazy Joe"
First feature as producer, Barry Levinson's "Young Sherlock Holmes"
Cast in recurring role as incompetent lawyer Barry Zuckercorn on Fox's "Arrested Development"
Again cast opposite Adam Sandler in Frank Coraci directed comedy "Click"
Created and executive produced the comedy series "Tim Conway's Funny America"
Directed "Cop and ½," a buddy film pairing Burt Reynolds and a precocious eight-year-old boy (Norman D. Golden II)
Directed an episode of "Happy Days" spin-off "Joanie Loves Chachi" (ABC)
Executive produced unsold pilot "Gabe and Walker"
First feature as executive producer, Rob Reiner's "The Sure Thing"
Helmed episodes of ABC sitcom "Sabrina, the Teenage Witch"
Starred in the ABC children's educational special "Henry Winkler Meets William Shakespeare"
Worked as teacher at UCLA Adult Extension
Appeared in 30 TV commercials
Directed "All the Kids Do It," a "CBS Schoolbreak Special" about the dangers of drunk driving
Executive produced popular ABC adventure series "MacGyver"
Executive produced the TV series "Sightings" (Fox, The Sci-Fi Channel)
Feature directorial debut, "Memories of Me"
First significant film role, "The Lords of Flatbush"; character was precursor for his signature role The Fonz
Formed Fair Dinkum Productions; served as President from its inception
Played Principal Himbry in Wes Craven's horror hit "Scream"
Played Scrooge-inspired character Benedict Slade in the Depression era-set ABC TV-movie "An American Christmas Carol"
Played the football coach opposite Adam Sandler in surprise hit comedy "The Waterboy"
Served as a producer of The Disney Channel's sci-fi family series "So Weird"
Starred as a man who wants to save his wife's life by terminating her pregnancy in "Absolute Strangers" (CBS)
Played title character on Fox sitcom "Monty"; also executive produced
Was a member of the Yale Repertory
Appeared in "You Don't Mess with the Zohan," starring Sandler
Guest starred on three episodes of "Numb3rs" (CBS)
Co-starred with Kevin James in action comedy "Here Comes the Boom," directed by Frank Coraci