Howard Da Silva (1909 – 1986) was an American actor. Da Silva appeared in over 60 motion pictures. Some of his memorable roles include a leading mutineer in The Sea Wolf (1941), playing Ray Milland's bartender in The Lost Weekend (1945) and the half-blind criminal "Chicamaw 'One-Eye' Mobley" in They Live by Night (1949). He also released an album on Monitor Records of political songs and ballads entitled Politics and Poker.[1]

He portrayed Meyer Wolfsheim in the 1974 film adaption of F. Scott Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby.