Rubin (Polish, German, Russian, Czech, Slovak, Romanian, Croatian, Slovenian, Serbian, Swedish, Danish and Yiddish word for "ruby") can refer to the following people:

  • Alan Rubin, American musician
  • Andrejs Rubins
  • Andy Rubin, Senior Vice President of Mobile at Google
  • Arthur Rubin (b. 1956), American mathematician
  • Avi Rubin, Expert on electronic voting security
  • Benjamin Rubin (b. 1988), American poet and constant inspiration to some.
  • Chanda Rubin (b. 1976), American tennis player
  • Daphne Rubin-Vega (b. 1969), American dance music singer and actress
  • Donald Rubin, Professor of Statistics
  • Eduard Rubin, Swiss Army, Inventor of the first jacketed rifle bullets (1882) and co-inventor of the Schmidt-Rubin rifle.
  • Edgar John Rubin (1886–1951)
  • Gayle Rubin (b. 1949), American cultural anthropologist
  • Gennaro Rubino
  • Gerald M. Rubin, American geneticist
  • Harold Rubin, South African and Israeli artist and jazz clarinettist
  • Ian Rubin, Ukraine-born Australian rugby league footballer
  • Idan Rubin, Israeli football (soccer) player
  • Irv Rubin (1946–2002), Canadian-born Kahanist
  • Isaak Illich Rubin (1886–1937), Russian economist and Marxist theorist.
  • James Rubin (b. 1960), U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for Public Affairs, 1997–2000
  • James H. Rubin Art historian, New York City
  • Jay Rubin
  • Jennifer Rubin (actress), American actress
  • Jennifer Rubin (journalist), a blogger at the Washington Post
  • Jerry Rubin, American political activist
  • Karl Rubin, American mathematician
  • Marcel Rubin, composer
  • Michael Rubin, American scholar and commentator on Middle Eastern history and politics
  • Miri Rubin, British medievalist
  • Reuven Rubin (1893–1974), Israeli painter
  • Rick Rubin, American record producer and record label owner
  • Robert Rubin (b. 1938), U.S. Treasury Secretary, 1995–1999
  • Samuel M. Rubin "Sam the Popcorn Man" (1918–2004), American entrepreneur credited with the mass introduction of popcorn machines to cinemas
  • Theodore Isaac Rubin (b. 1923), American psychiatrist and author
  • Tibor Rubin
  • Vera Rubin (b. 1928), American astronomer
  • Yoram Rubin
Given names
  • Rubin Carter, nicknamed The Hurricane, boxer who was imprisoned and later absolved.
  • Rubin Goldmark
  • Rubin Kantorovich

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