Ryan Seacrest started his career and has done the same thing, but not, for over 27 years, entertainment media. At 16 years of age and while still attending high school, Ryan began sharing his personality via the airwaves. He’d won an internship with the local radio station, WSTR in Georgia, the state of his birth. His suspicions confirmed, he eagerly grasped the details of running a radio station.
From the early 1990’s to the early 2000’s, Ryan Seacrest hosted children’s game shows, and the popular Ultimate Revenge prank show. Later, in 2002, he joined the Fox Television Network to co-host its new show, American Idol. His engaging manner fit impressively with the rest of the crew. Ratings soared. From 2004 to 2016, he received 11 Emmy Award nominations for his performance as sole host of the popular reality TV show.
Ryan Seacrest also earned an honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters degree from the University of Georgia, the school where he matriculated after he graduated high school but decided to leave it that same year in order to pursue his passion in media relations in Los Angeles, California. He currently participates in several media venues as host and producer including New Year’s Rockin’ Eve (formerly Dick Clark’s), On Air With Ryan Seacrest, and most recently, Live With Kelly And Ryan. Of the latter, Ryan also functions as the executive producer.
Growing up, it wasn’t trucks or baseball card collections that thrilled him, but microphones. His parents recognized this personality trait in him and nurtured him toward articulate speech, intriguing interviews and public presentation skills. Ryan Seacrest’s career life is a testament to the importance of preparation and timing. At each juncture of his vocational progress, he learned and contributed more, thereby successfully encountering new opportunities. He fearlessly excelled by standing on the kind shoulders of media giants such as Tom Sullivan, Dick Clark and Regis Philbin.
Ryan Seacrest has wisely used his notoriety to springboard products in the fashion and cosmetic industries. You can find them under his labels Ryan Seacrest Distinction and Polish (as mentioned in businessoffashion.com). He also founded his own media firms, Ryan Seacrest Productions (RSP) and Ryan Seacrest Media (RSM). As part of his dedication to giving back to the community in addition to public appearances for fundraising events, he also started the Ryan Seacrest Foundation (RSF) and fighting cancer through medical research and patient respite is another of his passions. When you see Ryan Seacrest without a mic in his hand, don’t worry, it’s probably attached to his vest.
See how Ryan maintain his health: https://www.nytimes.com/2018/06/12/fashion/mens-style/ryan-seacrest-works-out.html