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- Alan Harper: Dr. Alan Jerome Harper, DC, is a fictional character from the CBS situation comedy Two and a Half Men. Jon Cryer has played the role since the series began in 2003; after being nominated for an Emmy Award for his depiction of the character in 2006, 2007, and 2008, Cryer received an Emmy in 2009 for his portrayal. Alan is a chiropractor, the hapless father of Jake Harper, and the younger brother of Charlie Harper. He may also be the father of Milly Melnick.
- Alan Harper is a fictional character from the 2010 film Due Date.
- Alan Harper is an English former professional football player who played in the Football League and Premier League for Everton, Sheffield Wednesday, Manchester City, Luton Town, Burnley and Cardiff City. Harper is best remembered for playing in the Championship winning Everton side of the mid-1980s.
- Alan Harper: Alan Edwin Thomas Harper, O.B.E. is a retired Anglican prelate, having served in the Church of Ireland as Archbishop of Armagh and Primate of All Ireland from 2007–2012. He is the first English-born primate since the Disestablishment of the Church of Ireland in 1869. He and his wife Helen have four children.
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Alan Harper (Jon Cryer) of Two and a Half Men (CBS, 2003–) is an example of the former treatment, while Francis “Frank” Reagan (Tom Selleck) of Blue Bloods (CBS, debuted in the fall of 2010) illustrates the latter, as well as the tendency to ...
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