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Henry Winkler on his Emmy nod: 'I literally don't have the words, and I surely will not use the word “awesome.”'

Despite a long and storied career, Henry Winkler admitted he was overcome with joy when he found out about his nomination for supporting actor in a comedy for the HBO show "Barry" (in which is he plays hilarious acting teacher Gene Cousineau). Winkler is currently in Iola, Wisc., signing copies of his

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