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Metzger (also Mezger) is a common German family name, and may refer to:
- Alex Metzger, (born 22 February 1973) German bobsledder
- Alex Metzger (footballer), New Zealand international football (soccer) player
- Bruce Metzger, American evangelical writer and scholar
- Butch Metzger, American professional baseball player
- Ed Metzger, actor
- Eduard Mezger (1807–1894), Bavarian architect and professor
- Erika Metzger, German professional table tennis player
- Francis Mezger, Benedictine
- Georg Balthasar Metzger, German physician
- Gustav Metzger, outsider artist
- Guy Mezger, retired American martial artist
- Heinz-Klaus Metzger, German music critic and theoretician
- Jill Metzger, American air force officer
- Johann Georg Mezger, the creator of Swedish massage
- Joseph Mezger, Benedictine
- Matthew Metzger, American actor
- Mike Metzger, American freestyle motocross legend
- Paul Mezger, Benedictine
- Rabbi Yona Metzger, former Ashkenazi Chief Rabbi of Israel
- Radley Metzger, American filmmaker
- Richard Metzger, Creator of the Disinformation website
- Robert A. Metzger, author
- Roger Metzger, American professional baseball player
- Sol Metzger, American football coach and syndicated sports writer.
- Thomas Metzger (sinologist), prominent American scholar of Chinese politics and society.
- Tom Metzger (white supremacist) the founder of the White Aryan Resistance.
- Thom Metzger (writer)
- William E. Metzger, early car dealer and co-founder of E-M-F Company
- Wolfgang Metzger, German psychologist
- The French-Egyptian Metzger family, founders and owners of the Cecil Hotel in Alexandria.
Metzger also can refer to characters:
- Karl Metzger, a Nazi correctional officer at HBO drama Oz.
- Metzger is the head of the Slavers Guild in Fallout 2.
- Metzger is a lawyer/actor in Thomas Pynchon's novel The Crying of Lot 49.
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