- "Mr. Hammond - after careful consideration I've decided not to endorse your park!"
- ―Grant in Jurassic Park
Alan Grant is a world renowned paleontologist working at a dig site just outside Snakewater, Montana. He is invited by John Hammond to his theme park: Jurassic Park on Isla Nublar. He and his partner Ellie Sattler accept the offer in exchange for a further three years of dig funding. When they arrive Grant is astonished by the sight of a living, breathing Brachiosaurus. The characters see how the DNA was extracted and then witness the birth of a Velociraptor. Alan appears again in Jurassic Park III. Alan has continued to work as a paleontologist, this time at a dig site near Fort Peck Lake, Montana. His relationship with Ellie has ended. Now he has a new partner, Billy Brennan, his apparent protege, but it is Alan who must rein in Billy's headstrong tendencies.
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- Alan Grant supposed to appeared in 1370 Raptor Rumble Studio, but instead he got replaced by Johnny Thunder from Adventurers.
- In the video game, his torso is very similar to Thunder's.
- Alan Grant is portrayed by Sam Neill in the Jurassic Park films. He also played an Asgardian Actor portaying Odin in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.