Markowitz

Markowitz is a surname and may refer to:

  • Deborah Markowitz, Vermont secretary of state
  • Harry Markowitz, a financial economist and Nobel Laureate
  • John Markowitz, professor of psychiatry at Weill Cornell Medical College
  • Kate Markowitz, American singer-songwriter
  • Marty Markowitz, Brooklyn borough president
  • Michael Markowitz, Emmy-nominated writer, producer, and actor
  • Mitch Markowitz, Canadian television executive
  • Phil Markowitz, a pianist
  • William Markowitz, American astronomer
  • The Family Markowitz, 1996 novel
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Mitch Markowitz
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