Oppenheimer as a surname may refer to:

  • Alan Oppenheimer (born 1930), film actor
  • Andrés Oppenheimer (born 1951), Argentine author and journalist known for his analysis of Latin American politics
  • Bernard Oppenheimer (1866–1921), South African and British diamond merchant and philanthropist, brother of Ernest
  • David Oppenheimer (1834–1897), second mayor of Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
  • Ernest Oppenheimer (1880–1957), diamond and gold mining entrepreneur and financier; controlled De Beers and founded the Anglo American Corporation of South Africa, brother of Bernard
  • Frank Oppenheimer (1912–1985), physicist, brother of J. Robert Oppenheimer, founder of the Exploratorium in San Francisco
  • Franz Oppenheimer (1864–1943), German sociologist and political economist
  • Harry Frederick Oppenheimer (1908–2000), South African businessman of De Beers Consolidated Mines Limited, son of Ernest
  • Hillel Oppenheimer (1899–1971), Israeli professor of botany, son of Franz
  • Isabel la Negra (1901–1974), also known as Isabel Luberza Oppenheimer, a Puerto Rican criminal
  • J. Robert Oppenheimer (1904–1967), physicist who headed the Manhattan Project, known as the "Father of the Atomic Bomb"
  • Jess Oppenheimer (1913–1988), screenwriter who wrote for Lucille Ball
  • Joel Oppenheimer (1930–1988), American writer
  • Joseph Suss Oppenheimer (1698–1738), financial adviser to Karl Alexander, Duke of Württemberg
  • Max Ophüls (1902–1957), born as Maximilian Oppenheimer, a German film director
  • Michael Oppenheimer, professor of geosciences at Princeton University, authority on climate change
  • Nicky Oppenheimer (born 1945), chairman of De Beers and of The Diamond Trading Company, son of Harry
  • Peter Oppenheimer, senior vice president and chief financial officer of Apple Computer
  • Stephen Oppenheimer (born 1947), popular science writer in prehistory
  • Ben R. Oppenheimer (born 1972)
  • Charles Cuprill Oppenheimer (born c. 1910)
  • Damon Oppenheimer (born 1962)
  • Daniel M. Oppenheimer
  • Jerry Oppenheimer
  • Joshua Oppenheimer (born 1974)
  • Kay Oppenheimer
  • Lillian Oppenheimer (1898–1992)
  • Samuel Oppenheimer (1635–1703)
  • Sharon Oppenheimer (born 1973), Jewish activist, writer, actress
  • Suzi Oppenheimer (born 1934)
  • Thomas Oppenheimer (born 1988)

Oppenheimer may also refer to:

  • Oppenheimer (band), an indie-pop electronica duo from Belfast, made up of Shaun Robinson and Rocky O'Reilly
  • Oppenheimer & Co., a global investment bank, and a division of Oppenheimer Holdings
  • Oppenheimer Funds, acquired by Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Company, a New York mutual fund
  • Oppenheimer Holdings, of Toronto, Ontario
  • Oppenheimer Diamond, a large yellow diamond named in memory of Sir Ernest Oppenheimer
  • Oppenheimer (album)
  • Oppenheimer (crater)

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Oppenheimer - Television
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Blue City, Oman - International Involvement
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Charles Cuprill Oppenheimer
... Charles Cuprill Oppenheimer (September 12, 1916 – October 7, 2011) Attorney Cuprill his matronymic was Oppenheimer was a Rotary District Governor for Puerto ...
Meredith Whitney - Education and Career
... Whitney joined Oppenheimer in 1993 as a research associate covering the Oil and Gas Industry ... Whitney returned to Oppenheimer in 2004, where she covered banks and brokers ... She resigned from Oppenheimer on February 19, 2009 to establish her own firm ...
Bernard Oppenheimer
... Sir Bernard Oppenheimer, 1st Baronet (13 February 1866–13 June 1921) was a South African-British diamond merchant and philanthropist ... Oppenheimer was chairman of Pniel's Ltd, the New Vaal River Diamond Exploration Company, and Blaauwbosch Diamonds Ltd, and managing director of Lewis ... His brother, Sir Ernest Oppenheimer, was also heavily involved in the diamond industry ...

Famous quotes containing the word oppenheimer:

    In some sort of crude sense, which no vulgarity, no humor, no overstatement can quite extinguish, the physicists have known sin; and this is a knowledge which they cannot lose.
    —J. Robert Oppenheimer (1904–1967)