Wittman may refer to:

  • Baldy Wittman (born c. 1907), professional football player for the Massillon Tigers
  • Brian Wittman, American musical instrument maker, inventor of the xaphoon
  • Carl Wittman (1943–1986), member of the national council of Students for a Democratic Society and activist for LGBT rights
  • Chris Wittman (born 1965), former Australian rules footballer
  • Don Wittman (1936–2008), Canadian sportscaster
  • Georg Michael Wittman (1760–1833), German Catholic bishop-elect
  • George Wittman (1857–1950), San Francisco Police chief of police
  • Patrizius Wittman (1818–1883), Catholic journalist
  • Randy Wittman (born 1959), American professional basketball player and coach
  • Robert J. "Rob" Wittman (born 1959), U.S. Representative for Virginia's 1st congressional district
  • Robert K. "Bob" Wittman (born 1955), FBI special agent, art-crime investigator
  • Ryan Wittman (born 1987), American basketball player for the Fort Wayne Mad Ants
  • Scott Wittman (born 1955), American director, lyricist, and writer
  • Stan Wittman (1901–1994), Australian rules footballer for Melbourne
  • Steve Wittman (1904–1995), American aviator and airplane designer
  • Tim Wittman (born 1963), American soccer player, currently assistant coach with the Johns Hopkins University women's soccer team
  • Trevor Wittman (born 1974), American boxing and MMA trainer
Place name
  • Wittman, Maryland, United States

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Scott Wittman
... Scott Wittman (born 1955) is an American director, lyricist, and writer for Broadway, concerts, and television ... Wittman was raised in Nanuet, New York, graduated high Nanuet Senior High School in 1972 and attended Emerson College in Boston for two years before leaving to pursue a career in ... shows, including Saturday Night Live, Wittman directed concerts for such artists as Bette Midler, Christine Ebersole, Raquel Welch, Dame Edna Everage, and ...
Chris Wittman
... Chris Wittman (born 30 August 1965) is a former Australian rules footballer who played with Hawthorn in the VFL/AFL ... Originally from Xavier College, Wittman played mostly as a rover for Hawthorn ...
Stan Wittman
... Stan "Bunny" Wittman (1 June 1901 – May 1994) was an Australian rules footballer who played for Melbourne in the VFL during the late 1920s and early 1930s ... Wittman, who came to Melbourne from Rosedale, played his football across half forward ... Two years later, Wittman kicked a career best season tally of 34 goals, helped by a six goal haul against North Melbourne at the MCG ...
Wittman, Maryland
... Wittman is an unincorporated community in Talbot County, Maryland, United States ... Although it is unincorporated, it has a post office, with the ZIP code of 21676 ...
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... The Minnesota Timberwolves fire head coach Randy Wittman ... Kevin McHale is named Wittman's replacement in an effective demotion, as McHale had been the T-Wolves' vice president of basketball operations and had the final say on all player personnel decisions ... Wittman is the fourth head coach axed this season, the most in league history before Christmas ...