John Buultjens, who shot to fame in 2000 with his documentary series Every Cloud Has a Silver Lining, and its sequel, Rory, about his brother Rory, is one of the most compelling stories in modern television.
The show followed Rory’s struggles with life and love after the death of his father. It was both a triumph and a tragedy, wrapped in equal measure. But what happened to Rory in real life?
Rory Makes TV Appearances
Rory featured prominently in the show as a strong presence, but since then, he hasn’t appeared on television again. However, he did make a few special appearances in the subsequent films in the series.
In 2009, viewers saw him appear in The Road Less Travelled, the third installment in the series. In this film, he followed the story of his father and his own personal journey of self-discovery.
He Has an Acting Career
Despite Rory’s lack of appearances on TV, he has an acting career of his own. He has appeared in several independent films and television shows, including Oscar-Winning Dave, The Reaping, True Grit, and Comes a Horseman.
Rory is Involved in Charity Work
Rory is also involved in charity work, specifically raising awareness and support for organizations that help people affected by severe depression and mental health issues. He founded The Buultjens Foundation in 2013 to help support initiatives that focus on the mental and emotional health of young people.
Despite his initial fame, Rory has gone on to have an interesting and successful life beyond Every Cloud Has a Silver Lining and Rory. He has an acting career, is involved in charity work, and is a source of strength and support for those struggling with mental health. His story continues to inspire us to this day and his work is definitely worth appreciating.