“Heroes get remembered, but legends never die” – The Sandlot. A great quote from a great movie. The movie itself has nothing to do with Ryan Seacrest, but the quote describes him in its entirety. Seacrest has made a huge name for himself in the entertainment business.
Starting off in the mid-1990s with his own radio show called Ryan Seacrest for the Ride Home; the show was a huge success and was the beginning of Seacrest’s bright future in the entertainment industry. Nearly ten years later; Seacrest created a new radio show called On Air with Ryan Seacrest and only a year after that he took over the American Top 40 radio show.
Seacrest started to become so well known that he was chosen to host a TV show called American Idol. You may have heard of it; lasting 15 seasons before the show finally came to an end. American Idol will be returning in spring of 2018, and Seacrest will also be returning as the host. In 2006 Seacrest signed a three-year contract with E! to host and produce different programs such as E! News and the red-carpet awards. Seacrest no longer hosts for E!, but still edits and produces for them.
Ryan Seacrest is an amazing man; not only is he somehow balancing multiple TV and radio shows at the same time, but he has also created a foundation to help pediatric patients and their families.
The Ryan Seacrest Foundation
Seacrest started his own foundation to help children facing life-threatening illnesses and injuries. With ten locations in pediatric hospitals all over the United States; Seacrest has created his foundation to help children and their families during their toughest times.
The purpose of the foundation is to put some light into their darkness, by putting broadcast media centers in pediatric hospitals. The broadcast centers are named Seacrest Studios, and they give children a great opportunity to be creative and try to forget about their current struggles.