Published On: Sat, Sep 23rd, 2017

Ryan Seacrest Net Worth; How Much Money Is Ryan Seacrest Net Worth?

Ryan Seacrest Net Worth in 2018: $380 Million

Ryan Seacrest is well known for hosting the competition show American Idol, he is an actor, businessman, television personality, producer and radio personality; his total net worth according to many sources is $380 million which makes him one of the richest celebrities in the world.

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The American TV host Ryan John Seacrest was born in Atlanta, Georgia on December 24, 1974 to Constance Marie and Gary Lee Seacrest.

he started his career during starting days of college as at the age of 16 he went to WSTR (FM) while till his graduation he remain connected with that station as a broadcaster and he left his university.

At the age of 19 to move in Hollywood to pursue his career as a broadcaster while now he is known as one of the most famous radio personalities in world.

His career moved into a bright session when he was hired by the ESPN in 1993 to host the final season of Radical Outdoor Challenge.

Later after this successful show, he was starred in many other shows as a broadcaster as well as a host and he got the world recognition when he hosted the American Gladiators in 2000s.

In 2002, he was selected as a host of American idol, later this show became the one of the world’s most famous shows while through this Ryan got the world recognition.

He is now the long term host of the show because he proved himself as one of the funniest host in the American.

According to an estimate he is getting about $15 million per year from American Idol, Seacrest has appeared in many films as well as in numerous television series, his yearly salary is about $65 million and Daytime Emmy award winner’s total net worth is $380 million.

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