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November 18, 1988 - Image 81

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son) in me," says Winkler.
After all, Abbie as a physi-
cian is a success; as an in-
dividual, he needs emergency
care. "Well, when I was
younger," recalls Winkler, "I
used to feel very rigid, as if
there were a web keeping me
down. I had to suppress
myself a lot."
He is irrepressible now but
will not soon forget those stifl-
ing days. "Abbie is a man who
was suppressed but who finds
a release. Acting was my
release."
Winkler was able to break
through his web, kicking
away the detritus that dangl-
ed from his every move. "On
stage I could do things
physically that I could not do
in my pedestrian life," he
says. He learned to walk away
from detractors.
But Winkler's smile is a
stark reminder that not all
has gone so smoothly for this
smoothie of an actor.
First making his mark as
one of the tough guys in the
film Lords of Flatbush,
Winkler can lord it over his
parents now if he wanted to.
But, of course, he doesn't want
to.
"My parents had to
begrudingly accept my deci-
sion of what I wanted to do,"
he says fihnly. "I had to carve
out my own way in the world."
What he has sculpted suits
him fine; indeed, talent is
always an enviable tool of the
trade. After film roles in
Heroes and The One and On-
ly, Winkler acted on his im-
pulse to direct and produce. In
1979, he won the prestigious
Humanitas Prize for produc-
ing the documentary "Who
Are the DeBolts and Where
Did They Get 19 Kids?"
Winkler's production com-
pany produced the ABC-TV
award-winning "Afterschool
Special," "Run, Don't Walk."
He seems to have taken
that special's titular sugges-
tion. Indeed, Winkler's career
has vroomed along with the
finesse and speed of the
motorcycle he commandeered
on "Happy Days."
His has been a career
careening from one critically
lauded project to another,in-
cluding an Emmy Award for
his direction of CBS' "All the
Kids Do It."
Not all the kids back home
in his New York neighbor-
hood could have done it the
Winkler way. "I live by my in-
stincts," he says.
And it has taken guts to do
what he has done, to take on
meaningful projects that
other, more commercial, pro-
ducers say they would like to
do but don't.
Of course, Winkler has
nothing against commercial

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