He is the "boarder" who always seems to be at Gatsby's house.
He is Gatsby's financial advisor.
He is one of Gatsby's cousins from Germany.
He is Gatsby's brother-in-law.
He had never finished high school, he was a boatswains mate during the war, and he had been married twice.
He had a degree in Finance from the University of Pennsylvania, he had been draft exempt because of his vision, and he made all of his money in the theater.
He dropped out of college to go into the army, he intended to be a career military man, but inherited his money from his wife when she died unexpectedly.
He was educated at Oxford, inherited his money from his family, and got some medals in the war.
Gatsby had a business deal he wanted to include Nick in on it.
Gatsby wanted Nick to arrange a luncheon meeting between himself and Daisy.
Gatsby had a cousin who was coming to stay for a month, and he wanted Nick to escort her around the city, if Jordan approved.
Gatsby wanted to invite Nick and Jordan to go on a golfing vacation to Europe.
He is the owner of Gatsby's favorite restaurant in New York. He secretly arranged to have a member of the mob murdered outside the restaurant.
He is Jordan Baker's coach and manager. He thinks Jordan is spending too much time with Nick and not enough on her golf.
He is a racketeer and a business associate of Gatsby's. He fixed the 1919 World Series.
He is the president of the company where Nick is working. He wants to bring Gatsby in on a new real estate deal.
Gatsby was dangerous and should never be trusted.
Gatsby was on the verge of bankruptcy because of some bad investments.
Gatsby was thinking of getting into politics.
Gatsby was the kind of man to take home to meet your mother and sister.
They all grew up together in Louisiana. Tom and Gatsby had been best friends until their jealousy about Daisy got between them. Tom doesn't know that Gatsby lives nearby. Gatsby wants to make sure Nick never invites Daisy and Tom to one of the parties.
Gatsby knows Tom through business dealings. He met Daisy recently at a party and wanted to get to know her better.
Daisy and Gatsby had had an earlier romance. Her parents wouldn't let her see him off to war. Then she married Tom, and soon found out that he had a mistress.
Gatsby and Daisy have been seeing each other for a long time. Gatsby offered Tom a large sum of money to divorce Daisy, but Tom refused.