Alan Perry (born 1961) is a game designer and artist from North London who is the twin brother of fellow game designer Michael Perry.
In 1987, they met Tolkien artist John Howe who was instrumental in them meeting Peter Jackson in 2002. He has sculpted for Citadel Miniatures, Games Workshop, and Wargames Foundry. Peter Jackson asked them to make a set of 54mm WW1 ANZAC's miniatures for his private collection and later asked them to work for Jackson's new company Wingnut Wings. They got a chance to appear in the movie Return of the King and fly in some of Jackson's World War I aircraft.
In 2001, the twin brothers started the company Perry Miniatures after leaving Wargames Foundry where they had sculpted miniatures for 14 years. Alan Perry's wife Jill runs Perry Miniatures.
Both twin brothers are married and live in Nottingham.