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William Collins may refer to:
- William Collins (poet) (1721–1759), English poet
- William Collins (painter) (1788–1847), English landscape artist
- William Lucas Collins (1815–1887), English author and clergyman of the Church of England
- William Wiehe Collins (1862–1951), English architectural and landscape genre painter
- Billy Collins (born 1941), American poet
- William P. Collins, author of works on the Bábí and Bahá’í Faiths, see Bahá'í Faith in Europe
- William Collins (Worcester MP), English politician who sat in the House of Commons from 1654 to 1659
- William Collins (Warwick MP), Member of Parliament (MP) for Warwick 1837–52
- William Collins (South African politician) (1803–1876), member Volksraad of the Orange Free State
- William Collins (representative) (1818–1878), U.S. congressman from New York
- William Whitehouse Collins (1853–1923), New Zealand Member of Parliament for Christchurch in the South Island
- William Job Collins (1859–1946), British surgeon and Liberal Party politician
- William A. Collins (born 1935), American politician, state representative and mayor from Norwalk, Connecticut
- William Collins (publisher) (1789–1853), Scottish founder of the William Collins, Sons publishing house.
- William Collins (Lord Provost) (1817–1895), Scottish temperance movement activist; son of publisher William Collins.
- William Collins, Sons (est. 1819), Scottish publishing house, became part of HarperCollins in 1990, a subsidiary of News Corp.
- William Collins (imprint), a non-fiction publishing brand launched by HarperCollins in 2014.
- William Collins (cricketer) (1837–1876), Australian cricketer
- William Collins (sportsman, born 1853) (1853–1934), played rugby for England and cricket for Wellington, New Zealand
- William Collins (cricketer, born 1868) (1868–1942), English cricketer
- William Collins (tennis), British tennis player from the 1920s and 30s, see 1930 Wimbledon Championships – Men's Singles
- William Collins (canoeist) (born 1932), Canadian canoer who competed in the 1956 Summer Olympics
- Bill Collins (athlete) born 1950, American sprinter
- Billy Collins, Jr. (1961–1984), American professional boxer
- William Collins (colonist) (1756–1819), English naval officer and early settler in Tasmania, Australia
- Colonel William O. Collins, commandant of Fort Laramie, Wyoming; namesake of Fort Collins, Colorado and Camp Collins
- William Collins (bishop) (1867–1911), Bishop of Gibraltar in the Church of England
- William Henry Collins (1878–1937), Canadian geologist
- William Floyd Collins (1887–1925), American cave explorer
- William J. Collins (1896–1970), president of St. Ambrose University
- Bootsy Collins (William Earl Collins, born 1951), American funk bassist, singer and songwriter
- Mr. William Collins, a fictional character in the Jane Austen novel Pride and Prejudice
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