Stacey Weitzman is an American businesswoman and activist, best known as the wife of famous comedian and actor Henry Winkler. Winkler shot to fame for his portrayal of greaser Arthur 'Fonzie' Fonzarelli on the popular 1970s sitcom, Happy Days. Stacey owned a public relations firm before dabbling in acting in the television series, As Told by Ginger, and the drama film, The Touch. Previously, she worked as an intern in the casting department of the movie Safe (1995). While she usually avoids the limelight, she is often seen accompanying her husband to various events and while supporting his multiple projects. Stacey along with Winkler, who found that he was dyslexic quite late in life, has helped many children's programs through their production company. In 1990, they were among six couples, alongside Steven Spielberg and Kate Capshaw, who co-founded Children’s Action Network, which has helped provide free immunization to 175,000 children and is involved in a national adoption campaign.