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Weißmann (Weissmann, Weiszmann, Waismann) is a German surname meaning "white man". Common variants in spelling are Weismann, Weissman, Weisman, Waismann.
- Charles Weissmann, biochemist
- Irving Weissman, scientist
- August Weismann (1834–1914), German biologist, evolutionary theorist and proposer of the Weismann barrier
- Mariana Weissmann (born 1933), Argentinian physicist
- Samuel Isaac Weissman, chemist and professor
- Joel Weisman (1943–2009), American doctor, one of the first to recognize AIDS
- Weismann-Netter-Stuhl Syndrome, Congenital osteopathic syndrome named after French doctors Weismann-Netter and Stuhl.
- Friedrich Waismann (1896–1959), Austrian-Jewish mathematician, physicist, and philosopher.
- Max Weismann, American philosopher.
Politics & Law
- Augustus Weismann (1809–1884), New York politician
- Keith Weissman was senior Iran analyst of AIPAC.
- Samuel Weissman, New York Times employee, implicated in McCarthy hearings
- Lee v. Weisman (a Supreme Court case)
- Gerda Weissmann Klein, Holocaust survivor who memoirist, human rights activist and noted speaker
Business & Education
- Joe Weisman & Company
- George Weissman, ex-president of Philip Morris
- Weissman School of Arts and Sciences, part of Baruch College
Film & Television
- Jeffrey Weissman, actor
- Adam Weisman (b. 1986), American actor
- Kevin Weisman (b. 1970), American actor
- Robin Weisman (b. 1984), American child actress
- Sam Weisman, American film director
- Nico Weissmann, German footballer
- Steven Weissman, cartoonist
- Greg Weisman (b. 1963), American comic book writer
- Jordan Weisman, American game designer
- Franz Weissmann, Austrian born Brazilian sculptor.
- Frederick Weisman Museum of Art
- Janice Urnstein Weissman (b. 1944), American painter
- Andrew Weissmann, Designer Dealer Mid Century Modern Art
- Ben Weisman (1921–2007), American composer and pianist
- Joel Weisman (b. 1967), American musician and writer
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