Who is Henry Winkler's beloved wife? New details about Stacey Weitzman

Henry Winkler and his wife Stacey Weitzman still look as in love now as they were in the 1970s.

The couple appeared at recent Emmy Awards, where the actor was honored with a best supporting actor in a comedy for his role on HBO’s Barry, as reported by Pop Sugar.

Henry met Stacey at a clothing store in Los Angeles. In the store, which was one of her PR firm’s clients, Henry asked her for help with a sports coat. He asked her out when he came back to pick it up later.

The couple tied the knot on May 5, 1978, and were blessed with two children – Zoe and Max. Follow us on our Twitter account, @amomama_usa, to learn more.

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BREAST CANCER SURVIVOR

Unknown to many, Stacey is a breast cancer survivor. She was diagnosed with breast cancer soon after her daughter, Zoe, went to college.

Cancer cells were removed after a series of treatment, but she relapsed, prompting her to undergo a double mastectomy. She has been living cancer-free since then.

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Stacey lent her voice to one of the characters in "As Told by Ginger." She also appeared in the movie "The Touch" as Stacey Winkler.

Henry has shared social media posts showing him and Stacey sharing fun moments while fishing.

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FIRST EMMY AWARD

The actor received his first Emmy on September 18, 2018, during the awarding ceremony at the Microsoft Theater in Downtown Los Angeles, California.

The actor is best known for playing Fonzie in the movie, "Happy Days."

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Winkler bagged the 2018 Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actor for his role as Gene Cousineau on HBO's "Barry."

The 72-year-old actor couldn't believe his ears when he heard his name being announced and took the stage while saying "Oh my God" several times in a row.

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Winkler, who has two Golden Globe Awards and a few nominations for his part in "Happy Days," as well as two Daytime Emmys, couldn't contain his excitement and joked that he wrote his speech "43 years ago."

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