Barnaby Metschurat (born 22 September 1974 in Berlin) is a German actor. He completed his training at the school Die Etage in Berlin. One of his first television roles was in 1993 as Kaspar Riedel in the German TV series Unser Lehrer Dr. Specht. He participates in cinema and television films and series.
In 2000 he played "Rosencrantz" in Peter Zadek's critically acclaimed production of Hamlet.
He won the Best New Actor category at the 2002 Bavarian Film Awards (Best Acting).
In the films L'Auberge espagnole (2002) and its sequel The Russian Dolls (2006), he played the role of the German, Tobias. He also starred in Solino (2002) and Anatomy 2 (2003). His most-recent appearance is as the Nazi Joseph Goebbels in the Jesse Owens story Race (2016).
In 2010 he made his debut as a director in the short film Sunny and Roswitha.
Barnaby lives in Berlin and has a son and a daughter.