‘Succession’ actor Alan Ruck drives Biden motorcade van during California stop
Alan Ruck, one of the stars of the HBO show “Succession,” was a volunteer driver in President Biden’s motorcade on Monday night in California, the White House confirmed Tuesday.
Ruck drove one of the press vans carrying journalists traveling with Biden. He is a friend of one of the advance staffers who helped coordinate logistics for the trip, a White House official said.
Fox News producer Pat Ward first noted Ruck was behind the wheel of one of the press vans.
Ruck is best known for playing the role of Cameron Frye, Ferris Bueller’s best friend, in “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off.” He has more recently played Connor Roy, the oldest brother in the HBO series “Succession.” His character launches an outside bid for president in season two of the show.
Season three of “Succession” premieres next month.
Biden was in Long Beach, Calif., on Monday night campaigning for Gov. Gavin Newsom (D), who is facing a recall vote on Tuesday. The two leaders attended a rally and urged voters to reject the recall. Biden toured wildfire damage in Sacramento earlier in the day.