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Morgenstern is a German surname meaning morning star.
- Barbara Morgenstern (born 1971), German musician
- Christian Morgenstern (1871–1914), German poet
- Christian Ernst Bernhard Morgenstern, German landscape painter
- Dan Morgenstern, music critic, former editor of Down Beat magazine, academician at Rutgers University
- Erin Morgenstern, American author
- Janusz Morgenstern (1922–2011), Polish film director and producer.
- Joe Morgenstern, American film critic
- Johann Karl Simon Morgenstern (1770–1852), the German philologist who coined the term Bildungsroman
- Maia Morgenstern (born 1962), Romanian film and stage actress
- Mark Morgenstern, Canadian filmmaker
- Oskar Morgenstern (1902–1977), German-born economist and founder of the field of game theory
- Ralph Morgenstern, German actor in theatre, TV and film
- Sam Morgenstern, composer of the symphonic poem Warsaw Ghetto (1946), text by Harry Granick
- Soma Morgenstern (1890–1976), Jewish-Austrian writer and journalist
- Stephanie Morgenstern, Canadian actress and screenwriter
- Thomas Morgenstern (born 1986), Austrian ski jumper
- David Morgenstern, a fictional emergency-room physician portrayed by William H. Macy on the television
- S. Morgenstern, fictional author of William Goldman's The Princess Bride
- Valentine Morgenstern and Sebastian Morgenstern, the main antagonists in Mortal Instruments book series
- Rhoda Morgenstern, portrayed by Valerie Harper, a character on the television sitcom The Mary Tyler Moore Show and subsequent spin-off Rhoda
- Morgenstern (band), a music project
- Morgenstern (Mittelalter band), a German Mittelalter-Rock band
- Morgenstern (song), song by rock band Rammstein on their 2004 album Reise Reise
- Morning star (weapon), a spiked mace, also known as a morgenstern
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