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He 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. In 2005, he played Leo Bloom in the Broadway version of Mel Brooks' The Producers, a role also played by his Ferris Bueller co-star, Matthew Broderick.
He also 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".Ruck's first film role was in the 1983 drama film Bad Boys, where he played Carl Brennan, Sean Penn's friend in the film.The same year he played Roger Jackson in Class, with his role as Cameron Frye, Ferris Bueller's hypochondriac best friend in John Hughes' Ferris Bueller's Day Off coming three years later.Alan also played an annoying tourist named Doug Stephens on an ill-fated bus in the blockbuster Speed.Another supporting role was of the eccentric storm chaser Robert 'Rabbit' Nurick in the 1996 disaster film Twister.Following that, he played a significant role as Hendry William French in Young Guns II, the 1990 sequel to Young Guns.
He also played Captain John Harriman of the USS Enterprise-B in the 1994 film, Star Trek Generations, a role which he has reprised along with Generations co-star Walter Koenig and other Trek alumni in the fan film Of Gods and Men.
In 2006, 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.
In the 2007 comedy Kickin' It Old Skool, he appears as Dr.
Early on, Ruck was a prominent stage actor at many theaters around the country, including Wisdom Bridge Theatre in Chicago.
In his initial foray into film acting, Ruck appeared in Class and Hard Knocks as well as some television films.
From 1990 to 1991, Ruck starred as Chicago ad man Charlie Davis, in the ABC series Going Places.