Ryan Seacrest, the Man of Many Jobs

On December 24, 1974, the natural entertainer, Ryan Seacrest, was born in Atlanta, Georgia. Early on in his life, Ryan Seacrest dreamed of living a life of entertainment through the radio, which lead him to Los Angeles, California. Afterward, Seacrest made an appearance as a DJ in a local radio show, and then he started his own show, “Ryan Seacrest for the Ride Home.”

Ryan Seacrest’s career has clearly been very successful. American Idol, a singing competition show, hired Seacrest as a host in 2002 when his dreams really began to come true, and his career took off like a rocket. Ryan remained as the show’s host until their last show. In the middle of his American Idol career, Seacrest began yet a second radio show in 2003 called “On Air with Ryan Seacrest.” In 2004 he began “American Top 40”, another radio show that is still on the air. Radio shows and American Idol were not his only successes.

With the recognition from his different radio shows, and from being a host on American Idol, Ryan Seacrest quickly picked up a job as the host for E! News as well as E! Red Carpet. Being a host for shows on ESPN, and an NBC game show, Ryan started to become known as the “man of many jobs.” In 2005 he also became a co-host with Dick Clark on the annual New Year’s Rockin’ Eve show, and later took over responsibility as main host. Ryan soon began the Ryan Seacrest Foundation, to bring smiles to the patients of children’s hospitals. That’s not all, Ryan has also been a producer, appeared in movies, won awards, and became a co-host with Kelly Ripa on her TV show, “Live,” now called “Live With Kelly and Ryan.” Recently, Kelly and Ryan have announced that they will be teaming up with the Guinness World Records team for their “Record Breaker” week.

Although he is a man of many jobs, Ryan Seacrest has been able to continuously keep up with his career, and impress the viewers and listeners in America.

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