And for better or worse Alan RuckWill always be remembered as the actor who was behind SuccessionConnor Roy.

It’s difficult to view the Hulu series limited episodes. The DropoutWithout comparing Dr. Jay RosanTo the oldest Roy son. Both of the men seem to be overcompensating in one way or another, but Ruck recently told CelebHomes News that there’s a major difference between the two: “Even though Dr. Jay Rosan may have behaved foolishly, in this particular story nobody called him an idiot, whereas Connor is constantly reminded that he’s just not cutting it—mostly by his siblings.”

The fourth episode of the series is an example that the Walgreens medical doctor was not a Connor. Deal with Amanda Seyfried‘s Elizabeth Holmes nearly falls through, it’s his character who pushes it through to the very end, unaware that the company was being sold a faulty product.

Ruck does not fault Rosan the Rosan in real life, suggesting instead that Rosan was “somebody experiencing a midlife crisis” and had been “totally captivated and enthralled by her plans and young women, which he wanted us to believe.