Renard (died 1792) was the leader of Les Actes des Apôtres, a royalist organization during the French Revolution.

As the leader of Les Actes des Apôtres, Renard ordered different operations during the chaotic times of the French Revolution, such as book-burning sprees of rare manuscripts and books deemed favorable to revolutionary ideas, or the harassment of former royalists, such as Rose Bertin, the Queen's dressmaker who had agreed to make costumes for theatres. In September 1792, the Apôtres also took part in the famous theft of the French Crown Jewels, stealing around nine thousand gemstones and planning to sell some of them, including the Sancy Diamond, to finance future operations.

Working with fellow Assassin Charlotte Gouze and her vast network of contacts, Arno Dorian tracked Renard and his followers after the theft, killing him and putting an end to the Apôtres' actions.