Fürst (surname)

Fürst (surname)

Fürst (Fuerst) and Furst are surnames which may refer to:

* Alan Furst, novelist
* Anton Furst, production designer
* Artur Fürst, writer
* Chajim Fürst (1592-1653), merchant
* Gebhard Fürst, born 2 December 1948, the Bishop of Rottenburg-Stuttgart.
* János Fürst, conductor
* Joseph Furst, actor
* Julius Fürst (1805–1873), orientalist
* Moritz Fuerst (1782-1840), artist
* Moses Israel Fürst (died 1692), merchant
* Paula Fürst (1894-1944), educator and Zionist
* Stephen Furst (born 1954), actor and director
* Steve Furst (born 1967), comedian and actor
* Walter Fürst (died 1317), patriot

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