Top 9 Alan Ruck Quotes of 2020

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“When I’m doing a drama, I wish I was doing something funny. When I’m doing something funny, I wish I was doing something more serious. I think it’s just human nature.”

― Alan Ruck

“I really enjoyed multicamera comedy. You film in front of a live audience, and it’s kind of the best of both worlds. It’s like doing a one-act play every week, but if you screw your lines up, you get to do it over.”

― Alan Ruck

“’Spin City’ was a really wonderful time for me. I made friends for life on that show. I made friends with Richard Kind, Michael Boatman, Barry Bostwick, Sandy Chaplin. We’re all close. It was a really wonderful time.”

― Alan Ruck

“I think multicamera comedy is a much-maligned American art form.”

― Alan Ruck

“I grew up in Cleveland and started doing plays in high school. And I went to the University of Illinois, and I majored in drama. And after school, I went up to Chicago, because I didn’t really know anybody in New York or Los Angeles, and I knew people who were doing plays in Chicago.”

― Alan Ruck

“Nobody’s ever gonna accuse me of being a singer, but I can sing.”

― Alan Ruck

“I did a musical that I don’t think anybody ever saw, called ‘One Shining Moment,’ and in that cast was Megan Mullally and Kevin Anderson.”

― Alan Ruck

“I moved from Chicago to New York in 1984 for ‘Biloxi Blues.’ In 1989, my wife and our then-baby daughter moved to Los Angeles to try to get in television.”

― Alan Ruck

“People would say, ‘Boy, I really loved you in Ferris Bueller,” and it would really aggravate me. I thought I was a one-trick pony, and people had seen the trick. Now that things have worked out and I’ve gone on to other things, I’m really pleased that people enjoy it.”

― Alan Ruck
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