Actor tells children about his struggle with dyslexia

09/22/2009 | Ventura County Star (Calif.) (free registration)

Actor Henry Winkler, known for his role as "Fonzie" on "Happy Days," recently spoke with students at a California school about his difficulties with dyslexia. Winkler, who has co-written a series of children's books based on his experiences with the learning disability, encouraged students to participate in the school's annual reading drive. "I was told I would never achieve, and now here I am talking to you," Winkler told students.

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