Ruck starred on Broadway as Leo Bloom in Mel Brooks' musical The Producers with his former Spin City co-star Richard Kind.
Alan Ruck is living in the state of New York.
Ruck was married to Claudia Stefany for 21 years. They are now divorced.
Alan started his acting career in theaters in Chicago after graduating from college.
In his guest-starring role in "Mad About You: The Glue People (#4.17)" (1996), his character said he wants to be mayor of New York. In "Spin City" (1996) he works for the mayor of New York.
In 2005, he began playing Leo Bloom in the Broadway production of "The Producers." The role was played in the show's initial line-up and in The Producers (2005) by Matthew Broderick. Broderick was the titular character in Ferris Bueller's Day Off (1986), which co-starred Ruck as Ferris' best friend.
Alan is 6 foot 1 inches tall
He has two children named Sam and Emma with his ex-wife Claudia Stephany.
He attended Parma Senior High School located in Parma, Ohio and is a graduate of the University of Illinois.
Although he played a 17 year old in "Ferris Bueller's Day Off", he was 29 at the time.