Why Trying Is Henry Winkler's New Motto

Who am I
03/19/2015 | 3 min | NOT-RATED
Much of Henry Winkler's self-identity shifted when he discovered late in life that he had an undiagnosed case of dyslexia. Empowered with the new-found realization that he wasn't stupid, he has since become an author of children's books about a dyslexic boy. See how his decades of show business, coupled with his desire to encourage children to try, inform how he views himself as a person. The series Who Am I delves into the universal idea of self-identity and what it means to look within onesel