Alan Ruck, famed for his role in the hit HBO series 'Succession', has been involved in a car accident that ended with his vehicle crashing into Rafallo’s Pizza, a Los Angeles pizzeria.
The incident occurred on Tuesday night and has been widely reported in the media, with confirmation from police sources to NBC News.
In footage released by TMZ, a BMW SUV truck—believed to be driven by Ruck—is seen lodged halfway into the wall of the eatery. Additionally, a video clip captures the moment of the collision, showing Ruck's vehicle hitting another car from behind before spiraling out of control. A total of four vehicles were involved in the accident.
Ruck was spotted at the scene following the incident. There are no indications of drunk driving, and while no serious injuries have been reported, a 32-year-old man was hospitalized.
The actor has yet to make any public comments regarding the incident.
Before his significant return to the screen as Connor Roy in 'Succession', Ruck was best known for his portrayal of the morose rich-kid Cameron in the iconic '80s American film 'Ferris Bueller's Day Off'. In an ironic twist of life imitating art, Ruck's character in that film famously sends his father's red Ferrari crashing through a large glass window.
The authorities are investigating the details of the crash. This incident has certainly brought back memories of Ruck's earlier roles, albeit in a much less entertaining context. The fans of 'Succession' and the actor are relieved to hear that the situation did not result in any life-threatening injuries.