Ryan Seacrest, American Top Radio and Television Journalist
Ryan Seacrest was born on 24th December in 1974 in Atlanta Georgia. He is a top American and radio journalist and has hosted popular radio and television shows. The shows include American Idol television show and the radio program: On Air with Ryan Seacrest.
His career in the media took off in 1993 when he hosted ESPN sports game show: The Radical Outdoor Challenge. After two years, he hosted the favorite radio show; On Air with Ryan Seacrest, which was a top-rated weekday show. Later, he hosted gladiator, and then started co-hosting the American Idol program. The program entails singing competition, and lasted between 2002 and 2016 which left Seacrest a popular journalist.
Last year, Ryan Seacrest moved from Los Angeles to New York where he is hosting live with Ryan and Kelly. He still hosts Ryan show and other programs such as keeping with the Kardashian, American Idol, in addition to taking care of his clothing and skin care business.
He starts his day with a morning routine where he gets out of bed at 6 am, takes a shower, shaves and moisturizes his face before dressing up. He then proceeds to make his breakfast of matcha tea and coffee, which he claims sets the tone of his body. Afterward, he is ready for his morning training where he does boxing, training, and runs in the park or rides peloton bike.
He updates himself by reading through the overnight news, and watching some television programs before setting out for work. Seacrest goes through the papers as he commutes to work, and then proceeds to work the whole day. He likes vegetable foods and wine which he usually enjoys during the weekend.
Besides his career in the media industry, Ryan Seacrest is also the founder of the Ryan Seacrest Foundation which is a non-profit organization which works to inspire the youth by availing entertainment and education-related programs. The foundation has the objective of building broadcast media centers within pediatric health facilities for the patient to learn more about media. Such facilities are now available in various hospitals including Atlanta, Dallas, California, Denver, Charlotte, Philadelphia and Orange County among others.