Cameo is a website full of celebrities you can 'hire' to wish you a happy birthday, congratulate you on your promotion or just say "Hi!".

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Celebrities will send you a personal message for a fee on The asking price of various celebrities including musicians, actors and athletes are below.

I am surprised that they are not charging more for this. It's quite a bargain for a very unique gift.


The celebs will record personal greetings, they will even chat with you. You can choose from different categories from actors, comedians and musicians and everything else in between. This would be great for that someone special in your life’s birthday. Lisa is a huge Survivor fan and friends bought her a message from Survivor star and winner ‘Boston Rob’ last year. She said it was a very cool experience. So what do they charge? Find one below. Am seriously thinking about hiring Carole Baskin to just say the words "Yep, I did it." We'll see how that works out. Here's what they charge.
‘Tiger King’’s Carole Baskin = $299
Dog the Bounty Hunter = $250

90’s actress Tara Reid = $125

‘Beverly Hills 90210’ star Ian Ziering = $200

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'Miami Vice’ Star Don Johnson = $500

‘Entertainment Tonight’ Host Mark McGrath = $99

90’s Top 40 Artist Lisa Loeb = $100


‘Baywatch’ David Hasselhoff = $300

TV Host Chris Harrison = $375

‘Full House’ Star Bob Saget = $249


Former ‘Dancing With The Stars’ host Tom Bergeron = $125
Actor and Professional Crazy Person Gary Busey = $350

‘Pee Wee Herman’ AKA Paul Reubens = $250
‘90210’ Star Tory Spelling = $99

‘Family Matters’ star Jaleel White = $199
N-Sync Member Lance Bass = $249

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Skid Row Lead Singer Sebastian Bach = $420
Comedian and Professional Pot Smoker Tommy Chong = $150

Comedian Andrew Dice Clay = $299

Real Housewives Of New York Star Bethany Frankel = $299
Actress Debra Messing = $325
Actor / Samewise Gangy Sean Astin = $295

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The Still Very Sexy Billy Dee Williams = $300
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