Glasser may refer to:

* Albert Glasser (1916 – 1988), American composer of film scores
* Arthur Glasser
* Dick Glasser (1933 – 2000), American singer and songwriter
* Harold Glasser, New Deal economist and Soviet spy
* Ira Glasser (b. 1938), director of the ACLU
* Isabel Glasser
* Leah Blatt Glasser
* Len Glasser
* Phillip Glasser (b. 1978), American actor
* Ronald J. Glasser, American doctor and author
* William Glasser (b. 1925), American psychiatrist


* Glasser effect
* Surfboard glasser, One who applies fiberglass to a surfboard blank

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