While she may not have lasted in the biz, Sara has a thing for the offspring of Hollywood's rich and famous. She was married to Jason Connery, the son of actor Sean Connery, from 1996 to 2002, and has a son with him. Sara is currently dating Brian Henson, son of Muppet creator Jim Henson -- they have a daughter.
In 1987, still glowing from her newfound "Ferris" fame, Sara told the Chicago Tribune, "This business makes you believe in fate ... So many things happen that aren't just coincidence, so you find that there are certain things you're meant to do." For Sara, perhaps remaining an '80s vestige is one of them.
Alan Ruck played Cameron Frye, Ferris' hypochondriac best friend and subject of the movie's unforgettable, booming lyric, "When Cameron was in Egypt's land, let my Cameron go!" Though he was 29 years old at the time, Ruck looked every bit the nervous, 17-year-old Cameron, paranoid about his father's Ferrari and Ferris' thirst for trouble.
Ruck has kept a steady acting career going since "Ferris Bueller," appearing in such films as "Speed" (as the annoying tourist on the bus) and "Twister" (as a storm chaser). He's also ventured into TV: from 1996 to 2002, he co-starred in the ABC sitcom "Spin City" alongside Michael J. Fox. He currently plays the lead character in the new NBC drama "Persons Unknown."
In 2005, Ruck reprised his role as Broderick's right-hand-man -- sort of. He took on the role of Leo Bloom that Broderick launched in the Broadway version of "The Producers."