University of Georgia
Dunwoody High School
Hosted the final season of "American Idol"
Started executive producing the NBC cop drama "Shades of Blue"
Was awarded an Honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters by the University of Georgia, the same school he dropped out of at the age of 19 to pursue a broadcasting career in Hollywood
Appeared as himself in the documentary "Justin Bieber's Believe"
Started executive producing the reality series "Shahs of Sunset"
Signed on as NBC's Olympics correspondent as well as a correspondent for the "Today" show
Partnered with Mark Cuban, entertainment company AEG, and CAA to create pop culture-based channel AXS (short for "access")
Nominated for the 2011 Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Host For A Reality Or Reality-Competition Program
Executive produced "Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution" for ABC
Voiced the character Father of Butter Pants in the animated feature "Shrek Forever After"
Co-hosted the 60th Emmy Awards with fellow reality show hosts
Executive produced the E! reality show "Denise Richards: It's Complicated"
Made a memorable cameo in the comedy "Knocked Up," playing himself opposite Katherine Heigl
Hosted the 59th Primetime Emmy Awards (September)
Created and executive produced the popular E! reality series "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" about socialite Kim Kardashian and her family; produced the equally successful spin-offs "Khloé & Lamar" and "Kourtney & Kim Take New York"
Signed a three year, $21-million contract with the E! cable network to develop, produce and host a variety of programs; also became co-host of E! news
Received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame (radio)
Announced that he would executive produce and co-host "Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve" and that he would be the legendary producer-host's eventual successor
Replaced radio icon Casey Kasem as host of the weekly pop countdown show "American Top 40"
Hosted syndicated talk show "On Air With Ryan Seacrest"; show cancelled after nine months
Replaced disc jockey Rick Dees as host of the popular morning radio program on KIIS-FM; the show's new title was "On-Air with Ryan Seacrest," the same name of his syndicated TV show
Served as host of Fox's spin-off program "American Juniors"
Hosted NBC's "2003 Radio Music Awards"
Hosted the Fox reality competition series "American Idol" alongside judges Simon Cowell, Randy Jackson, and Paula Abdul; earned Emmy (2008, 2009, 2010) nominations for Outstanding Host of a Reality-Competition Program
Became a part time correspondent on "Extra Weekends"
Guest hosted for the E! channel's "Talk Soup"
Made appearances on the Fox primetime soaps "Beverly Hills, 90210" and "Melrose Place"
Moved to Los Angeles to further his radio career
Hosted ESPN's "Radical Outdoor Challenge," while a freshman in college
Became the afternoon drive time DJ on local radio station Star 98.7
At age 16, applied for an internship at one of Atlanta's top radio stations WSTR/Star 94
Details (April 2008) magazine dubbed Seacrest the new "King of All Media" and added him to the magazine's "Maverick" list of the 22 big thinkers shaping the world.
On Oct. 30, 2009, Chidi Benjamin Uzomah Jr. was arrested outside Seacrest's workplace just weeks after he pleaded guilty to misdemeanor charges in Orange County, CA. The arrest stemmed from an incident with Seacrest's bodyguard after an event. On Nov. 17, 2009 a judge granted a civil restraining order against Uzomah Jr. to stay 100 yards away from Seacrest.