While other kids looking to invest their time in the peers they had in high school Ryan Seacrest was doing something somewhat unique. Having acquired an internship at WSTR FM in Atlanta he learned and trained under Tom Sullivan and learned many aspects of radio. He became a DJ when the one that they had regularly without sick and gain a lot of his airtime on a night shift with WSTR eventually graduating high school Seacrest, born in Atlanta Georgia, went on to graduate from University of Georgia in the fall of 1992. While he earned his degree in journalism, he still went on to do his radio show locally at what is called the Athens station, but pursued his Hollywood career through broadcasting thereafter.
Throughout his career Ryan Seacrest held a myriad of television host positions. He hosted we ESPN Radical Outdoor Challenge as well as a kid’s game show called the Gladiators 2000. Ryan Seacrest went on to host other shows on NBC TNN and other television channels. It was not until in 2002 when Ryan Seacrest landed the co-host position or one of the new hit TV series called American Idol. When American Idol had continued to succeed is when Ryan Seacrest career skyrocketed and eventually that next year became the only host for the award-winning It TV show. While the show is called American Idol, it was actually reviewed worldwide. The notoriety that Ryan Seacrest received from the show allowed his career to explode. He eventually became the highest paid TV host ever. It was even announced that the American Idol reboot in 2017 would still be host by the legendary Ryan Seacrest.
A few other notables for Ryan Seacrest was his ability in 2005 to become the executive producer of ABC’s New Year’s Rockin Eve. The role was normally done by Dick Clark, but he recently had a stroke and still recovering with limited speech and movement issues. Ryan also started the Ryan Seacrest Foundation to help contribute to the ills our world faces, one main issue being the opening of a hospital for the sick.
Ryan Seacrest at an early age knew what he wanted to do. In fact, he also established his very own fashion line for men. Homing in on his craft and over the years became an idol in his own way.