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Meyer Wolfsheim (Character)
from The Great Gatsby (2013)

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Meyer Wolfsheim is a Jewish friend and mentor of Gatsby's... See more »
Alternate Names:
Charles Wolf / Chief Meyer Wolfshiem / Meyer Wolfshiem / Myron Lupus / Wolfsheim


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  1. Gatsby: The Movie... Kind Of (2016) Played by Dan Levenson (as Chief Meyer Wolfshiem)
  2. The Great Gatsby (2013) Played by Amitabh Bachchan

  3. The Great Gatsby (2000) (TV) Played by Jerry Grayson (as Wolfsheim)

  4. The Great Gatsby (1974) Played by Howard Da Silva

  5. The Great Gatsby (1949) Played by Ed Begley (as Myron Lupus)

  6. The Great Gatsby (1926) Played by George Nash (as Charles Wolf)

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From The Great Gatsby (2013)
Meyer Wolfsheim: Lookin' at my tiepin? Finest specimen of human molar. See more »

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