Warren Kyd (born 21 November 1939) is a lawyer and former New Zealand politician. He was born in Auckland, and educated at Mt Albert Grammar School and the University of Auckland.
He was an MP from 1987 to 2002, representing the National Party. He was first elected to Parliament in the 1987 elections, becoming MP for Clevedon. He held this seat until the 1993 elections, when he became MP for Hauraki. In the 1996 elections, he became MP for Hunua. In the 2002 elections, the Hunua seat was abolished, and Kyd put himself forward for selection as National's candidate in the restored Clevedon seat. Despite a tradition that sitting MPs are not challenged if they seek re-selection, Kyd was defeated by newcomer Judith Collins, with allegations being made that controversial party president Michelle Boag played a part in the decision. Compared to some, Kyd was relatively accepting of his defeat — Brian Neeson, another MP who was not re-selected, eventually quit the National Party to stand as an independent. While in Parliament, Kyd served for a time as a Parliamentary Undersecretary. Before entering politics, Kyd was a lawyer.
In 2004, Kyd was appointed chairman of the Auckland Electricity Consumers Trust.