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Martin Greenfield, a Holocaust survivor and tailor whose sought-after suits have been seen on TV shows like “Boardwalk Empire” and “Billions” and in movies like “The Great Gatsby” and “Wolf of Wall Street,” has died at 95. Greenfield was imprisoned at Auschwitz during WW2 where he was taught to sew by a fellow prisoner after he accidentally ripped a Nazi guard’s shirt. Sunday TODAY’s Hallie Jackson remembers a life well lived.