Self proclaimed Georgia boy, Ryan Seacrest is flying high these days with not one but two of television’s most popular series. Add in top level syndicated radio, philanthropic work, his own clothing and skin care lines and it’s easy to see why he’s called the busiest man in show business.
Fame and fortune may follow Seacrest but don’t define or dominate his life or personality. Strongly rooted by family, Ryan knew what his dream job would become from an early age. During his teen years internship at local Atlanta radio station WSTR FM 94.1 built skills and an easy style enjoyed by millions listening to morning radio show On Air With Ryan Seacrest and American Top 40.
Everyone recognizes Ryan as a host of iconic show American Idol. Now resurrected on ABC, with judges Lionel Richie, Katy Perry and country star Luke Bryan Seacrest is once again in the driver’s seat on what could be the longest running entertainment series ever aired. For another dose of Ryan, watch ABC Live with Ryan and Kelly.
Workaholic Seacrest didn’t just appear out of nowhere to host big TV productions Idol and more. Ryan’s TV career stretches all the way back to 1995 on Gladiators 2000, Click and guest hosting the Larry King Show.
Giving Back in Style
Seeing children in need, Ryan established the Ryan Seacrest Foundation to bring the healing power of music and entertainment and a lot more to suffering children nationwide. He is on a mission through the foundation to inspire young people through education based initiatives and entertainment. Through the Seacrest Studios established in hospitals all across the nation, sick youngsters explore the world of entertainment and meet big name entertainers.
Working both coasts doing TV, radio and the Ryan Seacrest Foundation sounds like a busy schedule but not for Ryan. He wants men to do more than feel good. He wants them to look good too with dedicated Polished skin care products and Ryan Seacrest Distinction line of designer clothing.