Ryan Seacrest is known as a television host and media personality. He is most famous for hosting 'American Idol', 'Live with Kelly & Ryan', and 'American Top 40.'
Ryan Seacrest was born on December 24, 1974, in Atlanta, Georgia. He demonstrated enthusiasm for entertainment at an early age. Seacrest tuned in to such DJs as Casey Kasem and Rick Dees growing up, studying and duplicating the manner in which they talked during their shows. American Bandstand host Dick Clark was another significant early impact.
At Dunwoody High School, Seacrest got bullied for wearing glasses and being fat. To improve his confidence, he jumped deep into his passion for broadcasting. His first gig was taking care of announcement declarations at the school. Seacrest then figured out how to secure an internship at an Atlanta radio station, which prompted his first on-air gig. He remained with the station while going to the University of Georgia.
In the mid-1990s, Seacrest moved to Los Angeles, California, where he started a famous evening radio show. His career truly took off in 2002, when he turned into the host of the popular singing talent show, American Idol. Seacrest before long started covering entertainment occasions and filling in as a commentator for the E! TV station. In 2012, Seacrest inked a few deals to keep himself before the cameras for a considerable length of time to come. He signed on for a few additional seasons of American Idol and made a deal with NBC Universal. As part of his deal with NBC Universal, Seacrest helped spread the 2012 Summer Olympics in London.
In 2012, he signed a deal with NBC Universal to appear on the Today show and different programs. In 2013, he started hosting the game show called The Million Second Quiz, and in 2017, he was named co-host of Live with Kelly and Ryan. Seacrest joined Live after Michael Strahan left to turn into an anchor on Good Morning America.
Through Ryan Seacrest Productions, he propelled Kim Kardashian and her family to unscripted reality television acclaim with Keeping Up the Kardashians along with the spin-off Kourtney and Kim Take New York.
Seacrest has been romantically linked with various Hollywood ladies including Renée Hall, Shayna Taylor, Sophie Monk, and Teri Hatcher. He was romantically connected to performer Julianne Hough for a long time, however, they split up in 2013.
In 2017, a former beautician at E! named Suzie Hardy accused Seacrest of sexual misconduct. The network thusly directed an autonomous examination concerning the charges, before revealing that it found no proof to back her claim.
Last Modified: Nov 15, 2020