Ryan Seacrest – Not Just Your Ordinary TV Host

Ryan Seacrest is a 43-year-old television host, producer and radio personality who was born on December 24, 1974 in Atlanta, Georgia. Ryan Seacrest had started his career very early in life. At age of 16, while still in high school, Seacrest won an internship at a radio station and was trained to learn many parts of radio and eventually given the weekend shifts at the radio station. After his high school graduation Ryan Seacrest attended the university of Georgia where he studied journalism and continued his radio show at a local station. In the 1990s, Ryan Seacrest moved to Los Angeles, California, where he had an afternoon radio show. In 2002, He became a host of of a very popular television show called American idol. In August 2005, Ryan Seacrest became the executive producer and co-host of ABC’s Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve. Soon after he began hosting entertainment events and became a news anchor for the E! an popular television network. In 2017, he became the co-host of Live with Kelly & Ryan.

There’s no question that Ryan Seacrest has a busy lifestyle. This is how he manages his day. According to The New York times article Ryan Seacrest is adjusting New York Life to co-host live with Kelly Ripa. He wakes up around 6 o’clock and gets ready by showering checking the weather and getting dressed. His morning routines also consist of exercising. Recently he’s been into boxing and has been boxing with a coach. He also uses Peloton bikes before he goes to work and loves to run in the park. A part of his routine also is recapping on overnight news and watching a bit of television.

Ryan Seacrest is mostly Vegan but loves to eat a lot. He works to eat good and drink wine. It’s a way of enjoying his life. Ryan Seacrest can also get easily distracted and was suggested that he should meditate. Over the last few years he has been putting his phone down to steer away from distraction which has been a good thing for him.

Ryan Seacrest worked for Dick Clark and can remember watching him as a child. Mr. Clark has told him “When you’re a broadcaster and host, if every person who watches it thinks you make the job look easy and that it’s not that big of a deal to do it, then you’re doing it well.” And that has stuck with him.

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