Miguel Inclán (Ciudad de México, 1900 – † Tijuana, Baja California, 25 de julio de 1956) fue un actor mexicano, recordado por sus excelentes interpretaciones en papeles de soporte. Es considerado, junto a Carlos López Moctezuma, Víctor Parra, Arturo Martínez, y Rodolfo Acosta, uno de los villanos por excelencia del cine mexicano en su Época de Oro.
- Fecha de nacimiento: 1900
- Falleció: 1956-07-25
- Lugar de nacimiento: Mexico City, Mexico.
Miguel Inclan Delgado was a popular villain of Mexican cinema from the 1930s into the 1950s, although he also had some sympathetic roles, notably as the kindly policeman in Salón México (1949) and several appearances as Benito Juárez. Inclán came from a theatrical family and started out working in the carpa theatres (he later bought a theatre with his film earnings and put his extended family to work in it). His son Miguel Inclán García also had a long career as an actor, although mostly on the stage. Other relatives of Inclán who made their mark in the entertainment industry are his grand-nephew Rafael Inclán, Raúl 'Chato' Padilla and Alfonso Zayas.