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Alan may refer to:
- Alan (given name), an English given name
- Following are people commonly referred to solely by "Alan" or by a homonymous name.
- Alan (Chinese singer), female Chinese singer of Tibetan ethnicity, active in both China and Japan
- Alan (Mexican singer), Mexican boy band singer
- Alan (wrestler), a.k.a. Gato Eveready, who wrestles in Asistencia Asesoría y Administración
- Alan (footballer, born 1998), Brazilian footballer
- Alan I, King of Brittany, "the Great"
- Alan II, Duke of Brittany
- Alan III, Duke of Brittany
- Alan IV, Duke of Brittany, a.k.a. Alan Fergant ("the Younger" in Breton language)
- Alan of Tewkesbury, 12th century abbott
- Alan of Lynn, 15th century monk
Saint Alan or Alain
- Alan of Lavaur, or Elan
- Alain de la Roche, or Alanus de Rupe, canonized saint, "Alan of the Rock"
- Alain de Solminihac (1593-1659), French Catholic religious reformer and bishop of Cahors
- Alan (Sesame Street) in the television series Sesame Street
- Alan (Modern Toss) in the television series Modern Toss
- Alan "Squid", a character in the novel Holes and its film adaption
- Alan, the main antagonist in the video game Kya: Dark Lineage
- Alan, the main character in David Firth's animation Alan
- Alan Harper, one of the main characters on the sitcom Two and a Half Men
- Alan, Iran (disambiguation), places in Iran
- Alan, Russia, name of several rural localities in Russia
- Alan, Haute-Garonne, a commune in France
- ALAN, an Italian bicycle manufacturer
- Alan (automobile), a short-lived German automobile
- Alan (crater), a crater on the Moon
- Alan (mythical creature), a race of winged spirits from Tinguian folklore
- Alan people, nomadic tribes from the east
- Cyclone Alan, a tropical storm
- All pages beginning with Alan
- Alen (given name)
- Allan (disambiguation)
- Allen (disambiguation)
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