There are few professionals who have the resume that Ryan Seacrest has. He has achieved objective success in show business for almost two decades. He has many jobs and makes multiple appearances on various forms of media each week.
Ryan Seacrest studied journalism at the University of Georgia before he moved to Los Angeles to begin his broadcasting career. His early broadcasting jobs include ESPN’s Radical Outdoor Challenge, Gladiators 2000, Wild Animal Games, and Click.
Ryan Seacrest’s big break came in 2002 when he was tapped to host the new reality show competition called “American Idol”. He held that job until the show’s cancellation in 2016 and he too the job again when American Idol returned to the air.
He then became the new producer of the legendary “Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve” and signed a deal with the E! cable network to host multiple shows on the channel. His next big move was becoming co host of the “Live With Kelly and Ryan” daily television show. Ryan Seacrest has also found success through production. He is credited as a producer on “Keeping Up with the Kardashians”, “Khloe and Lamar”, “Kourtney and Kim Take New York”, “Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution”, and “Married to “Jonas”.
Ryan Seacrest is also an active philanthropist. He has given to many charities, including, Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, Children’s National Medical Center, Children’s Hospital of Orange County, Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, and Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (Biography).
Ryan Seacrest wears many hats in Hollywood. He began his career as a young man who was looking for work and soon became one of Hollywood’s most in demand personalities. He has made his brand known throughout the world and has made his name known in the homes of America. His career is a testament to hard work, determination, and believing in yourself.
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