- Jason Robards (1922–2000), American actor
- Jason Robards, Sr. (1892–1963), American stage and screen actor; father of Jason Robards
- Karen Robards (born 1955), American author of romance novels
- Sam Robards (born 1961), American actor; son of Jason Robards and Lauren Bacall
- William S. Robards (fl. 1806–1830), American politician from North Carolina; representative in the state legislature and state treasurer
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most poetry ignores most people.”
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