Autograph Price: $60 - 8x10" photo (self-provided or bought at table), $80 premium - All other items

Photo Op Price: $80

Table Selfie Price: $60

Other Pricing: Combo Autograph/Selfie - $100, Premium Item Combo Autograph/Selfie- $120

Booth Location: 3524

Show Availabilty: Friday, Saturday, Sunday

Prices Subject to Change

His first major film role was in The Lords of Flatbush (1974) in which he played a member of a Brooklyn gang. After that, he was cast on a new ABC series which was set in the 1950s, Happy Days (1974). He was given the role of high school dropout and greaser Arthur “Fonzie” Fonzarelli. The character was seldom seen during the first few episodes as ABC initially feared he would be perceived as a hoodlum. However, the character became extremely popular with viewers, and the show’s producers decided to give Fonzie a more prominent role in the series.

Following this, the show’s ratings began to soar, and Fonzie became a 1970s icon and the epitome of cool. His motorcycle, leather jacket, thumbs-up gesture, and uttering of the phrase “Aayyyy!” became television trademarks. Unlike many other 1970s stars who rose to fame in a short period of time and developed “big heads”, Winkler managed to stay well-grounded and avoided falling into this trap. He was said to be more polite and agreeable even after his popularity soared. He remained on the series until its cancellation in 1984.

In the mid-1980s, with his Happy Days (1974) now behind him, Winkler decided to change his focus toward producing and directing. He produced and directed several television shows and movies, most notably MacGyver (1985) and Sabrina the Teenage Witch (1996). In the mid-1990s and early 2000s, he was able to re-establish himself with a younger generation of moviegoers and TV viewers, appearing in the popular films, Scream (1996) and The Waterboy (1998) and on shows such as The Practice (1997)and Arrested Development (2003).

In 2018 after over 45 years in the entertainment industry, he won his first-ever Prime Time Emmy Award: Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series for his role on the HBO series Barry (2018). In addition to his movie and film credits, Winkler is a well-accomplished author. Between 2003 and 2007, he co-authored 12 children’s novels with Lin Oliver. The series is called “Hank Zipzer, the World’s Greatest Underachiever.” The books are based on his early struggles with dyslexia, and they sold more than two million books in that time.

Mr. Winkler has a busy filming schedule, including some filming dates already set in March.  He is currently available on the weekend of March 8-10, however his filming obligations may change and could require him to either cancel his appearance or reduce his appearance days.  We will update this site and make announcements regarding any change in his scheduled appearance at PCKC 2024.

Mr. Winkler will be appearing on Friday (he will be in attendance at 4p on Friday), Saturday, Sunday (He will be in attendance until approximately 2 pm on Sunday).

Mr. Winkler will be bringing “Waterboy Jerseys” & other personal Memorabilia for sale at his booth.

 “CASH ONLY” & NO PRE-Autograph Ticket Sales