Ferris Bueller’s Day Off star Alan Ruck is currently dealing with questions from authorities after his truck crashed into a Los Angeles pizza shop.
According to TMZ, the accident occurred at the intersection of La Brea Avenue and Hollywood Boulevard. Videos obtained by the media outlet show Ruck’s Rivian halfway into the side of Raffallo’s Pizza shop’s brick building. Surveillance also showed that the actor’s vehicle rear-ended another vehicle and pushed it into the intersection.
Four people were reportedly injured in the crash, but are fine and not needing prolonged medical treatment. TMZ further reports that there was no indication that alcohol played a role in the situation. Alan Ruck was seen out of his vehicle and talking on his phone following the crash. This indicates that the actor wasn’t significantly hurt during the incident.
Alan Ruck Previously Spoke About Asking ‘Succession’ Creator Jesse Armstrong to Kill Of His Character Connor Roy
During an appearance on The Last Laugh podcast, Alan Ruck reflected on asking Succession creator, Jesse Armstrong, to kill off his character Connor Roy during the final season of the hit series.
“For three episodes, I didn’t really do anything,” Ruck recalled. “And I actually wrote to Jesse and [director] Mark Myeloid, and I said, ‘What do you think about killing me off?’ And I’m grateful that they said, ‘No, no, no, no no, we need you, we need you.’”
Alan Ruck further explained that while he didn’t have much going on at that point, Myeloid and Armstrong reassured him that something was coming for him. “And they were true to their word. There was an awful lot of story to tell, so I kind of got my head out of my ass a little bit about that. This is just my part in this play and so let’s see where it goes. And I’m thrilled that they didn’t take me up on my offer.”
Ruck also compared Roy from Succession to his role as Cameron Frye from Ferris Bueller’s Day Off. “Two messed-up sons of very wealthy fathers,” he explained. “All the privileges, none of the love.”
However, Alan Ruck admitted he really disliked Ferris Bueller for a while. “There was a period not too long after that where I couldn’t seem to get any work. Things were not so great. And then I thought, ‘Well, that’s it, that was my one shot and I need to go find another way to make a living now.’”
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