Greenspan is an English surname popular among Jewish Americans. It is the anglicized form of the German/Yiddish surname Grünspan ("green swarf", "green patina", "verdigris", "copper(II) acetate"). Cognate are the surnames Grynszpan and Grinshpan (Poland, Romania, Hungary). Notable people with the surname include:
- Alan Greenspan (born 1926), American economist
- Bennett Greenspan (born 1952), American entrepreneur, founder of Family Tree DNA
- Brad Greenspan (born 20th century), American entrepreneur (MySpace)
- Brian Greenspan (born 1947), Canadian lawyer
- Bud Greenspan (1926–2010), American film director
- David Greenspan (born 1956), American actor and playwright
- Deborah Greenspan Born 20th century. Anglo-American dental academic scientist and oral medicine /AIDS expert.
- Dorie Greenspan (born 20th century), American author of cookbooks
- Jason Scott Greenspan (born 1959), aka Jason Alexander, American actor
- Jerry Greenspan (born 1941), American basketball player
- John S. Greenspan. Born 1938. Anglo-American dental academic scientist and oral pathologist.
- Marshall Greenspan, American engineer
- Melissa Greenspan (born 20th century), American actress
- Nachman Shlomo Greenspan (1878–1961), Polish-born UK rabbi and Talmudic scholar
- Ryan Greenspan (born 1982), American paintball player
- Stanley Greenspan (born 1941), American psychiatrist
- Ronald Greenspan, Q.C. (born 1936) Canadian lawyer
- Herschel Grynszpan (1921-before 1945), Jewish assassin
- Edward Greenspon (born 1957), Canadian newspaper editor
- Ancestry.com (2010), U.S. Public Records Index, Volume 1 [database on-line], Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc.
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