Ferris Bueller star Alan Ruck admits it’s Cameron ‘Got to Be a Pain’

Alan Ruck knocks it out of the park in HBO’s dark comedy Sleeping for Sensation Follow-up. If you do not see, you have at least been the badger of all who must “See it!” The show’s success has Alan Ruck made the couch rounds ahead of the show’s season 3 premiere this weekend. While the world fell in love with the eternally whining, hangover dog and sick Cameron Frye in Ferris Bueller’s day off

Ferris: “You are not dying, you just can not think of anything good to do. Be a man now! Take some Pepto Bismol and come over here!”

RELATED: Ferris Bueller had a quirk that made Matthew Broderick hesitate to take the role

Ferris: “Sorry my Frenchman, but Cameron is so tight that if you stuck a lump of coal up his ass, in two weeks you would have a diamond.”

… the film industry did not embrace him in the same way.

While chatting with Marc Maron for his WTF podcast, Alan Ruck discussed his quirky character of Cameron in John Hughes’ 1986s Ferris Bueller’s day off. “In the years when I did not seem to intimidate any work, I was like, ‘Oh, yes. I think [Ferris] was my shot, ‚ÄĚRuck said.

“That movie came out in ’86, and then I stumbled around New York. In 1988, I did a pilot in Thailand about a photojournalist in Vietnam, and I really wanted it to go [ahead to series]. In a networked way, it was like Follow-up. Things did not go well. So Bueller things had to be a pain in my ass when people would pick it up during that period and I would say ‘I’m done’. “

He described being “flat ass” and worked at a Sears warehouse in East Los Angeles for three to four months to make his car payments. He said he would try to “make me invisible” in the hope that no one would recognize him. It would be 8 years of bartending and small roles before he was cast in the 1994 Keanu Reeves action classic Velocity. (Although we should note that he had a fan-favorite role in the Western franchise sequel Young Guns II in 1990, where he played farmer Hendry William French, who reluctantly joins Billy the Kid’s gang). He followed that blockbuster with small roles in movies and guest spots on TV. He went on to score a role in the hit Michael J. Fox sitcom Spin City that ran for six seasons. The show would reunite him with 80s icons Charlie Sheen, Heather Locklear and Barry Bostwick. The series would also start Connie Britton’s career. Since then, he has been a working actor.

Ruck is currently killing it as the older half-brother Connor Roy on the Emmy-winning HBO Max Follow-up. Since I’ve shoveled you before, check out the twisted and funny Roy family. The ensemble crew includes Brian Cox, Jeremy Strong, Kieran Culkin and Sarah Snook. The dark comedy revolves around the Roy family, known for controlling the largest media and entertainment company in the world. However, their world changes when their father steps out of business. Here’s the season 3 trailer to get you hooked and starting from scratch!

Follow-up‘s third season premieres this Sunday, October 17, on HBO.

Topics: Ferris Buellers Day Off

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