24 Facts About Alan Ruck


Alan Douglas Ruck was born on July 1,1956 and is an American actor.


Alan Ruck made his Broadway debut in 1985 in Neil Simon's Biloxi Blues with Matthew Broderick.


Alan Ruck was a stage actor at theaters around the US, including the Wisdom Bridge Theatre in Chicago.


Alan Ruck later appeared in the 1989 comedy film Three Fugitives.


Alan Ruck played Captain Jonathan Harriman of the USS Enterprise-B in the 1994 film Star Trek Generations, a role that he has reprised along with Generations co-star Walter Koenig and other Trek alumni in the fan film Of Gods and Men.


Alan Ruck played an annoying tourist named Doug Stephens on an ill-fated bus in the blockbuster Speed.


From 1990 to 1991, Alan Ruck starred as Chicago ad man Charlie Davis, in the ABC series Going Places.


Alan Ruck appeared in the series Daddy's Girls in 1994, which was canceled after three episodes.


From 1996 to 2002, Alan played Stuart Bondek in the sitcom Spin City alongside Michael J Fox and later, Charlie Sheen.


Alan Ruck was then cast in the pilot of the Tim Minear-created Fox Network series Drive, but did not appear in the actual series.


Alan Ruck starred in one episode of the Comedy Central sitcom Stella as Richard, a man looking for work.


Alan Ruck later starred in the season two Scrubs episode "My Lucky Day" as a patient, and played reporter Steve Jacobson on the ESPN miniseries The Bronx Is Burning.


In 1998, Alan Ruck guest starred in the fifth episode of the HBO miniseries From the Earth to the Moon as the NASA engineer Tom Dolan.


In 2006, Alan Ruck guest starred in a single episode of Stargate Atlantis called "The Real World" and, in 2007, as unscrupulous property developer Albert Bunford in an episode of Medium.


Alan Ruck played the part of a ghost of a family man in the 2008 film Ghost Town starring Ricky Gervais.


Alan Ruck played the role of Dean Bowman in the college fraternity drama Greek.


Alan Ruck appeared in a guest role as a manic geologist in an episode of Eureka.


In 2009, Alan Ruck filmed the medical drama Extraordinary Measures in Portland, Oregon, with star Harrison Ford.


Alan Ruck then appeared as a bank robber in a season three episode of the USA Network series Psych, and as a lawyer in season five of the ABC series Boston Legal.


In 2010, Alan Ruck was cast as a lead character in the NBC mystery-drama, Persons Unknown.


Alan Ruck guest-starred on the television show Fringe as a scientist turned criminal, in the NCIS: Los Angeles season two episode "Borderline", and guest-starred as ex-money laundering accountant turned dentist on an episode of Justified entitled "Long in the Tooth".


Alan Ruck appeared in the Grey's Anatomy season five episode "In The Midnight Hour".


In 2012, Alan Ruck was cast in the ABC Family series Bunheads as the husband to Sutton Foster's character, Michelle.


In 2018, Alan Ruck began in the role of Connor Roy in the Emmy-award winning HBO series Succession.