8″ x 10″ Signed Oct. 25, 2002 at Chiller Theatre Expo, E. Rutherford, NJ
Prior to Spin City, Alan Ruck was probably best known for the role of Cameron in Ferris Bueller’s Day Off. After studying theater in high school and then at the University of Illinois, he began acting professionally in Chicago, appearing in numerous productions at the Goodman and Wisdom Bridge Theaters, among others. He made his Broadway debut in Neil Simons’ Biloxi Blues, originating the role of Don Carney.
Other films include Twister, Star Trek: Generations, Speed, Young Guns II, and Bloodhounds of Broadway. Ruck also had a recurring role on Mad About You, and starred in the ABC comedy Going Places, with Heather Locklear, and the comedy Muscle, with Michael Boatman. He also appeared in Everything Put Together, an official entry at the 2000 Sundance Festival, and in the independent feature, Walking to the Waterline, in which he worked once more with Matthew Broderick.
Ruck lives with his wife and their two kids in New York.