It takes a historian and theorist of the face and body (yes, that's really a thing) to denounce this one: the myth of the Jewish nose.
The Tablet Magazine
article takes itself very seriously and perhaps that's just what this subject needs. Debunking.
"There is no such thing as a Jewish nose. There are Jews, and they have noses, just like almost everyone else. Those noses are in no way remarkable or significantly different from the noses of the general population. The big (often hooked, frequently grotesque, generally repulsive, and highly caricatured) Jewish nose is a myth," writes Sharrona Pearl as she warms up to her topic.