The United States of America has long been home to planet Earth’s strongest economy despite only having 300-odd-million residents, the fourth-largest country by population. Widespread success by businesses and individual high-caliber entrepreneurs have effectively made the United States the worst developed country in terms of income inequality.
With the gap between the vast majority of Americans and the wealthy being wider than ever before, Seacrest now more than ever enjoys giving back to the low-income and middle-American households he grew up in as a child in Atlanta, Georgia.
The Ryan Seacrest Foundation was launched in 2010 by Mr. Seacrest, who cemented the 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization into philanthropy by structuring it as such in accordance with the Internal Revenue Code. Since its foundation, Seacrest has brought Seacrest Studios to two handfuls of hospitals all across the contiguous 48 states, all of which help diseased, sickened children learn more about what working in entertainment, new media, broadcasting, writing, and other media-related fields might contain.
The Ryan Seacrest Foundation isn’t, by any means, the only civic-minded venture the entertainment personality has engaged in
Though not a painter, sculptor, or another type of traditional artist, Mr. Seacrest serves the Los Angeles County Museum of Art as a member of its board of trustees. He’s also a chairholder of the GRAMMY Museum Foundation.
Ryan is very much interested in TV outside of American Idol
Other than being an American Idol host, Ryan Seacrest works as a co-host on Live with Kelly and Ryan, formerly hosted by the likes of Kathie Lee Gifford, Regis Philbin, and Michael Strahan.
He’s also still stimulated by his first true entertainment-industry love: radio
Seacrest has been in love, according to his parents, with radio since he entered grade school. Thanks to his parents’ purchase of several pieces of basic recording equipment in his childhood years, Ryan was exposed to what the feeling of live radio broadcasting might be like.
Further, a high school radio station internship allowed him ongoing on-air hosting privileges, when he found out radio was right for his needs. You should also check out his latest radio show.
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