Harlan may refer to:

  • Harlan (company), full name Harlan Sprague Dawley Inc., suppliers of animals and other services to laboratories
  • Harlan Estate, California cult wine producer
  • Mount Harlan AVA, California wine region in San Benito County
  • Harlan County, USA, a documentary film
  • Harlan-Lincoln House, listed on the National Register of Historic Places in Henry County, Iowa


  • Harlan, Indiana
  • Harlan, Iowa
  • Harlan, Kentucky
  • Harlan County, Kentucky
  • Harlan County, Nebraska
  • Harlan Township, Warren County, Ohio

As a surname:

  • Bob Harlan, Chairman and CEO of the NFL's Green Bay Packers
  • Bruce Harlan (1926–1959), U.S. Olympic diver
  • Byron B. Harlan (1886–1949), American attorney and politician
  • Byron G. Harlan (1861–1936), American singer
  • Christiane Harlan (born 1932), German actress, dancer, painter and singer. Widow of Stanley Kubrick
  • James Harlan (senator), (1820–1899), American politician from Iowa
  • James Harlan (congressman), fl. 1830s, American politician from Kentucky
  • Jan Harlan, American film producer and director
  • John Marshall Harlan (1833–1911), U.S. Supreme Court Justice
  • John Marshall Harlan II (1899–1971), U.S. Supreme Court Justice, grandson of John Marshall Harlan
  • John Harlan, American announcer
  • Josiah Harlan (1799–1871), American adventurer
  • Kevin Harlan (born 1960), American sports announcer
  • Richard Harlan (1796–1843), American naturalist
  • Russell Harlan (1903–1974), American cinematographer
  • Thomas Harlan (born 1964), American science fiction/fantasy writer
  • Veit Harlan (1899–1964), German film director and actor

As a given name:

  • Harlan J. Brothers, American inventor, mathematician, and musician
  • Harlan Coben (born 1962), American novelist
  • Harlan Cohen (born 1934), American volleyball coach
  • Harlan Ellison (born 1934), American writer
  • Harlan Howard (1927–2001), American country music songwriter
  • Harlan Huckleby (born 1957), American football running back
  • Harlan Marbley (born 1943), American boxer
  • Harlan Fiske Stone (1872–1946), U.S. Supreme Court Justice
  • Harlan K. Ullman (born 1941), United States military officer and political author
  • Jessie Harlan Lincoln (1875–1948), granddaughter of Abraham Lincoln

In fiction:

  • Harlan (Stargate), an artificial intelligence in the Stargate SG-1 episode "Tin Man"
  • Harlan Rook, a fictional character in the 1988 film The Dead Pool

Other articles related to "harlan":

Bruce Harlan
... Bruce Ira Harlan (January 2, 1926 – June 22, 1959) was a diver from the United States and Olympic champion ... Harlan was a high school wrestler and pole vaulter in Lansdowne, Pennsylvania, and served in the United States Navy during World War II ... Harlan coached diving at the University of Michigan from 1954 to 1959 ...
Castle Harlan - History
... Castle Harlan was founded in 1987, but traces its origins to the 1960s, when John Castle headed all of the private equity activities, including the ... Leonard Harlan joined DLJ in 1965 and was a friend of Castle ... Harlan left DLJ in 1969 and formed a successful real estate investment group, The Harlan Company ...
Castle Harlan - Investments - Investment Funds
... Since its inception, Castle Harlan has participated in eight private equity funds, five in the United States and three in Australia ... funds are Castle Harlan Partners V (2010, approx $1.0 billion) Castle Harlan Partners IV (2003, $1.2 billion) Castle Harlan Partners III (1997, $625 million) Castle Harlan Partners II (1992 ...
Harlan, Indiana - Geography
... Harlan is located at 41°11′46″N 84°55′11″W / 41.19611°N 84.91972°W / 41.19611 -84.91972 ...
List Of United States Political Families (H) - The Harlans
... James Harlan (1800–1863), U.S ... John Marshall Harlan (1833–1911), U.S ... Supreme Court, 1877–1911 son of James Harlan ...