Ryan Seacrest is a well-known individual in the world for his involvement in hosting the most watched televised competition called American Idol, an annual TV special called the Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rocking Eve, and a radio program for American Top 40. He became a co-host of Live with Kelly and Ryan since 2017. Ryan was born in Atlanta, in the year 1974. Ryan’s career began very early in his life. He began his career in 1990 after moving to Los Angeles, California in a radio show. In 2002, the direction of his career became visible and steadily growing when he became a host for American Idol. As soon as this happened, Ryan began covering entertainment events and serving as a news anchor. Moving on, in 2012, Ryan closed a deal with NBC Universal to be appearing on Today show among other programs therein. In 2013, he again started hosting The Million Second Quiz, a game show. The year 2017 had a different opportunity in store for his career as he commenced co-hosting for Live with Kelly & Ryan.
From his birth to his venture in this career, Ryan Seacrest has become a great tool for the success of many producers among others. His insight into shows and all he does began very early in his life. Apart from the many roles that Ryan Seacrest has performed in front of the cameras, there is much more behind the scenes in the professional line. For example, Ryan has made various popular TV programs such as helping to propel the Kim Kardashian and her family to see the reality of TV fame through the TV show, Keeping Up the Kardashians. At the same time, he won the Emmy Award for a show and assisted many other people to venture well into the industry.
Ryan founded a nonprofit organization called RSF that is geared towards encouraging youths through initiatives that focus on education and entertainment. Their core mandate is focused on constructing broadcast media platforms that will be known as Seacrest Studios near pediatric health centers to create a positive impact in the healing process. The first television job he had after relocating to Los Angeles was with American Idol, which was a singing competing for the show in America. He became a sole host of the show after co-hosting with Brian Dunkleman for short season.