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Fictional characters and art
- Reynard, an anthropomorphic fox of European folklore
- The Reynard cycle, the fables about Reynard the Fox
- Renard (Stravinsky), a 1916 opera-ballet by Igor Stravinsky premiered by the Ballets Russes with choreograhy by Bronislava Nijinska
- Renard, the Anarchist, a villain from the James Bond movie The World Is Not Enough
- Renard IV, the King of Foxville in L. Frank Baum's The Road to Oz, called "King Dox" by Button-Bright
- Maria Renard, fictional character in the Castlevania video game series
- Halcyon Renard, a character from the cartoon Gargoyles
- Sean Renard, a character from the television series Grimm.
- Le Renard Subtil - Magua in The Last of the Mohicans
- Alan II, Duke of Brittany (d. 952), known as Le Renard
- Alfred Renard (1895-1988), a Belgian aeronautical engineer
- Alphonse Francois Renard (1842–1903), a Belgian geologist
- Colette Renard (1924-2010), French singer and actress
- Charles Renard (1847-1905), a French military engineer who proposed preferred numbers
- Gabrielle Renard (1878–1959), a nanny to the family of the painter Pierre-Auguste Renoir and a frequent model for him, and also recognized as the mentor to filmmaker Jean Renoir
- Gary Renard, the author of The Disappearance of the Universe
- Jules Renard (1864-1910), a French author
- Maurice Renard (1875-1939), French author
- Mercedes Renard, an American actress
- Sandrine Renard, a newscaster on Naked News
- Simon Renard (1513-1573), Spanish ambassador in France and England.
- Veronique Renard (born 1965), a Dutch author and Tibet activist also known as Pantau
- Emil Kio (1894-1965), a Russian magician, born Emil Hirschfeld-Renard
- Constructions Aéronautiques G. Renard, usually known simply as "Renard", a Belgian aircraft manufacturer of the 1930s and 1940s
- HMS Renard, or HMS Reynard, ten ships of the Royal Navy
- HMCS Renard (S13), later reclassified Z13, an armed yacht which served in the Royal Canadian Navy as a patrol vessel from 1940 to 1944
- French cutter Renard, a privateer cutter commissioned by Robert Surcouf in 1812
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