Jan Dalchow (b. 1968) has worked as a producer, director and editor in Norwegian Film and TV production since 1995. He is the founder of the Oslo based film and TV production company Dalchows Verden, (Dalchow's World), which works primarily with documentary and fiction films focusing on human rights issues.

Dalchow began his career in radio, working as program host, technical director, commercials editor, sound designer and music producer. He is one of the most established male voice talents in Norway.

His resume includes the documentaries:  I Love Whom I Want To Love (1996), nominated for Norway’s best documentary; the Norwegian Gullruten winner Dirty, Sinful Me (2000); the theater released 100% Human (2005) and the short fiction film Precious Moments (2002) which won the Teddy Award at the Berlin International Film Festival 2003 and best short film at the Tribeca Film Festival, USA.