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Henry Winkler turns on character voice when he’s interviewed by unwitting Irish journalist about hotel fire

Henry Winkler was plucked for an interview by an unwitting Irish reporter Wednesday who didn’t realize she was speaking to a famed actor and comic. The legendary “Fonzie” star didn’t identify himself when he recounted being evacuated from Dublin’s Shelbourne Hotel after a fire broke out around 10:30 a.m.“When I heard the fire alarm, I thought it was the clock radio,” Winkler told RTE News, adding that he didn’t realize it was the fire alarm until he went into another room at the hotel and could still hear the “buzzing.”“I called downstairs and the woman said in a very calm voice: ‘Yes! We’re all evacuating! You must evacuate right now!’” Winkler added, turning on a hilariously panicked and guttural character voice.Fortunately, there were no injuries and the blaze was brought under control in less than an hour, leaving minimal damage to the 200-year-old hotel.Winkler — who was visiting the Irish city to promote his new memoir “Being Henry: The Fonz … And Beyond” — was later seen thanking and taking selfies with the “wonderful” crew of firefighters.“Dublin’s finest does a great job when our hotel is evacuated on our first morning !!!!” the “Arrested Development” star said in an Instagram post that featured three smiling smokeeaters.
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Henry Winkler turns on character voice when he’s interviewed by unwitting Irish journalist about hotel fire
Henry Winkler was plucked for an interview by an unwitting Irish reporter Wednesday who didn’t realize she was speaking to a famed actor and comic. The legendary “Fonzie” star didn’t identify himself when he recounted being evacuated from Dublin’s Shelbourne Hotel after a fire broke out around 10:30 a.m.“When I heard the fire alarm, I thought it was the clock radio,” Winkler told RTE News, adding that he didn’t realize it was the fire alarm until he went into another room at the hotel and could still hear the “buzzing.”“I called downstairs and the woman said in a very calm voice: ‘Yes! We’re all evacuating! You must evacuate right now!’” Winkler added, turning on a hilariously panicked and guttural character voice.Fortunately, there were no injuries and the blaze was brought under control in less than an hour, leaving minimal damage to the 200-year-old hotel.Winkler — who was visiting the Irish city to promote his new memoir “Being Henry: The Fonz … And Beyond” — was later seen thanking and taking selfies with the “wonderful” crew of firefighters.“Dublin’s finest does a great job when our hotel is evacuated on our first morning !!!!” the “Arrested Development” star said in an Instagram post that featured three smiling smokeeaters.
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King Charles ‘directly’ asked estranged son Prince Harry to stop leaking royal family’s secrets: report
Prince Harry was directly asked by his estranged father, King Charles, to stop “leaking” personal details about the royal family’s private life, according to a report.The Duke and Duchess of Sussex sensationally shut the door on royal life in 2020 and high-tailed it across the pond in a desperate search for privacy.But soon after settling down in Montecito, Calif., the duo signed on the dotted line for a series of tell-all projects, each of which revealed bombshell details about the ongoing rift between both camps.After sitting down for an interview with Oprah Winfrey, Harry and his wife, Meghan Markle, went on to release their six-part Netflix documentary, as well as Harry’s protocol-shattering memoir, “Spare.”“Harry has been asked directly by his father not to write or say publicly anything further about the family or his brother that might cause trouble,” royal commentator Tom Quinn claimed to The Mirror.“And everyone knows that when a king asks you to do something there are going to be consequences if you do not obey.”Quinn continued, “Over the years that Harry has complained about his treatment by his family he has had just one aim — to get an apology and to see his father and brother make amends.” “Harry just can’t see that complaining in private might work; complaining publicly just makes things worse and in Harry’s case that means more and more ties to his past being severed.”Among the myriad of revelations in his book, Harry’s feelings for Queen Camilla, 76, were laid bare as he sensationally branded her “dangerous” and “the villain.”The father of two also claimed that his stepmother leaked stories about the royal family to the media to maintain her image and boost her popularity.“I have complex feelings about
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