Ryan Seacrest is just one man who can only handle so many responsibilities simultaneously. Nevertheless, he seems determined to do as much as possible without giving himself a heart attack. The 43-year-old radio personality, television host and producer wakes up at six in the morning each day to be at his first job at seven. He hosts the nationally syndicated number 1 drive-time morning show, On Air With Ryan, before moving on to his next job as the co-host of one of America’s most popular morning shows, Live With Kelly and Ryan. After the show has wrapped filming, he heads to the office to serve in his capacity as founder of the Ryan Seacrest Foundation, an organization that encourages kids to pursue a career in the entertainment industry.
And at night, he takes to the stage as the host of the long-running and immensely popular reality series, American Idol. This hit singing competition will be entering its 17th and final season this fall and Ryan Seacrest (@ryanseacrest) has said he doesn’t yet know what he wants to do with that free time after the series concludes. However, he does plan to find something to fill that void. When asked about the impact he wants to have on the next generation of kids, he said he hasn’t really thought much about it but he does hope to serve as a positive role model for the aspiring entertainers of the future. He also revealed that he is a vegan and exercises periodically whenever he can.
While he does struggle with attention deficit disorder, he has said that he finds it helps to remove any distractions such as phones and laptops to help him stay focused on the task at hand. He also annually serves as the host of Dick Clark’s New Years Rockin’ Eve and he even worked for the TV and radio show personality for a few years prior to his tragic demise. He even gave him advice about being a broadcaster and host and those words of wisdom have stuck with him ever since. He also has a fashion line called distinction.
Check out his profile on Forbes: https://www.forbes.com/profile/ryan-seacrest/