“Succession” big name Alan Ruck performed the real-life a part of press van driving force all through President Joe Biden’s shuttle to California on Tuesday.
Ruck, aka Connor Roy at the hit HBO drama, volunteered to power journalists who have been following Biden’s motorcade all through a marketing campaign seek advice from for Gov. Gavin Newsom (D) forward of the gubernatorial recall election. Newsom simply prevailed in Tuesday evening’s effects.
The involvement of the actor, who’s most likely highest recognized for acting along Matthew Broderick within the John Hughes-directed 1986 vintage “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off,” was once documented in a White Space press pool file.
It was once a “bonus element,” stated The New York Occasions’ Zolan Kanno-Youngs.
It’s unclear why Ruck, 65, volunteered for the motorcade tasks or how he landed the gig. Representatives for the actor didn’t straight away reply to HuffPost’s request for additional data.
No less than this didn’t occur: