We all remember Ryan Seacrest from one of the most watched music competitions globally. He won the hearts of many through his light-hearted and energetic hosting on the American Idol. Not only is he a famous host but he is also an award-winning creative entrepreneur. American Idol is just one of his most popular achievements. The show has 26 million weekly viewers and has made Ryan Seacrest famous globally. The show helped create a global presence. He has been the sole host since 2009 and has chosen to remain up until now. His deal is worth 10 million dollars.
Through his media presence, he has stepped onto many media platforms such as ‘On Air with Ryan’ and ‘Live with Kelly and Ryan.’ Ryan Seacrest also won an Emmy Award for producing Jamie Oliver’s Food Foundation. He was nominated several times for his talk shows and American Idol. His production company has produced Emmy winning shows such as Keeping up with the Kardashians and as well as some red carpet shows. Now, Kardashians aren’t the only famous people he has worked with, Ryan Seacrest produced Shades of Blue, which stars Jennifer Lopez and the new hit teen show, Insatiable.
Being in the industry, he has also stepped into the retail business. He opened his very own menswear collection and men’s skincare line, which he worked on with DR. Harold Lancer. He chose Macy’s as the sole distributor of his products and his retail collection consists of suits, sportswear, and even male accessories, which are manufactured by Randa accessories.
Aside from his hosting schedule, he serves as a chairman to the Ryan Seacrest Foundation (RSF), that has relentlessly worked towards opening several media centers called the Seacrest Studios across the country. He is also passionate about art, which is why he is currently a board member of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA).
Being in the limelight and managing such an empire is not an easy job but Ryan Seacrest still doesn’t look a day older, looking good doing what he does and many are won over by his charms on national television.
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