| Akron Beacon Journal
Locked down through the pandemic? Unable to go looking for Christmas presents? This 12 months, why not give the reward of celebrities?
Personalised movies that includes “your favorite stars” will be ordered by way of Cameo, a Chicago-based web site that permits followers entry to greater than 30,000 celebrities.
Naturally, there’s a price, and it varies from star to star.
A video from Caitlyn Jenner, for instance, prices $2,500 whereas Dick Van Dyke prices $1,000, Richard Dreyfuss desires $999, Snoop Dogg fetches $900 and Chaka Khan seeks $600. On Cameo, yow will discover everybody from Lindsay Lohan to Charlie Sheen to Fran Drescher to Billy Dee Williams to Bo Derek to Andrew Cube Clay.
How does Cameo work?
Followers go to cameo.com, seek for a celeb and request a video or a chat. When a request is accomplished, often inside seven days, Cameo will electronic mail and textual content a hyperlink to a video to view, share or obtain. If for some purpose the video isn’t accomplished, the maintain in your bank card might be eliminated inside 5 to seven enterprise days.
So in case your spouse adores Matthew Perry or your husband digs LeAnn Rimes or your daughter reveres Boosie Badazz or your son idolizes Troy Aikman, a personalised video may brighten their holidays.
If you happen to don’t want to pay for the true factor, Cameo additionally lists many movie star impersonators, clearly marked as such. Amuse your mates with faux Tom Cruise, Elvis Presley, Kim Jong-un, Woman Gaga, Donald Trump, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Marilyn Monroe or Robert De Niro.
There are additionally some names that stretch the definition of movie star. Some cost as little as $1. Caveat emptor.
For this text, we scoured Cameo seeking stars with Ohio ties.
Dr. Mehmet Oz, a Cleveland native who hosts “The Dr. Oz Show,” requests $500 for a personalised video. Comic and “Family Feud” host Steve Harvey, a former Clevelander and Kent State alum, suggests $450. Former Ohio State soccer coach City Meyer seeks $250, with all proceeds going to charity.
Olympic gold medalist Scott Hamilton, a retired skater from Toledo, collects $100. Cleveland restaurateur and movie star chef Michael Symon requests $95. Former Olympic gymnast Dominique Moceanu, a Medina County resident, asks $75. Gretchen Carlson, former Cleveland TV newscaster and former Fox Information anchor, additionally seeks $75.
Listed below are among the different Ohio celebrities we discovered on Cameo. Costs are topic to alter.
Actuality TV stars
Donna Marie Lombardi, a tattoo artist, piercer and cosmetologist from Cleveland who appeared on VH1’s “Black Ink Crew,” $200.
Omarosa Manigault Newman, a Youngstown native who appeared on “The Apprentice” and served as an aide to President Trump, $99.
Nina West, a drag queen from Greentown who appeared on VH1’s “RuPaul’s Drag Race,” $75.
Hazel-E, a rapper, publicist and entrepreneur from Cincinnati who appeared on VH1’s “Love & Hip Hop,” $55.
Cathy Nesbitt-Stein, proprietor of Sweet Apple’s Dance Heart in Canton and a star of the Lifetime collection “Dance Moms,” $45.
Angie Everhart, an Akron mannequin and actress who appeared on “Celebrity Mole,” “The Real Gilligan’s Island” and “The Ex-Wives Club,” $30.
Chris Jamison, a former Capital College pupil who appeared on NBC’s “The Voice,” $30.
Chelsie Webster, a Lexington native who was a contestant on ABC’s “The Bachelor,” $25.
Gates McFadden, a Cuyahoga Falls native well-known for enjoying Dr. Beverly Crusher on “Star Trek: The Next Generation,” $180.
Beverly D’Angelo, a Columbus native greatest identified for portraying Ellen Griswold within the “Vacation” films, $150.
Jake Abel, a Canton native who appeared within the “Supernatural” TV collection and “Percy Jackson” movie collection, $150.
Jamie Farr, a Toledo native who starred as Corporal Klinger on CBS-TV’s “M*A*S*H,” $125.
John de Lancie, a Kent State alumnus who performed Q within the “Star Trek” collection “The Next Generation,” “Deep Space Nine” and “Voyager,” $100.
Miranda Might, a Bowling Inexperienced native who stars on the Disney Channel collection “Bunk’d,” $100.
Adrianne Palicki, a Toledo native identified for “Friday Night Lights,” “Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” and “The Orville,” $75.
Dana DeLorenzo, a Youngstown native featured on Starz’s “Ash Vs. Evil Dead,” $60.
Eddie McClintock, a Canton native and character actor greatest identified for Syfy’s “Warehouse 13,” $50.
Kaitlyn Black, a Copley native who starred on the CW’s “Hart of Dixie,” $25.
Tough and hard
Ray “Boom Boom” Mancini,” former light-weight boxing champion from Youngstown, $125.
Adrien Broner, a world champion boxer from Cincinnati, $100.
Buster Douglas, a former heavyweight boxing champion from Columbus, $60.
Ryan Nemeth, aka Briley Pierce, a former WWE wrestler from Cleveland, $35.
Jessica Eye, a blended martial artist from Akron who competes in Final Preventing Championship, $25.
Madman Fulton, a Toledo native and former WWE wrestler, $25.
Cleveland Browns legend Jim Brown, a Professional Soccer Corridor of Famer, $320.
Former Browns gamers Bernie Kosar, $219; Joe Thomas, $173; Chris Spielman, $100; and Josh Cribbs, $75.
Present Browns gamers David Njoku, $200; Mack Wilson, $51; and Terrance Mitchell, $25.
Former Browns coach Hue Jackson, $60.
Bengals Corridor of Famer Anthony Munoz, $78.
Former Bengals gamers Terrell Owens, $350; Chad Ochocinco, $200; and Ickey Woods, $150.
Present Bengals gamers Trayveon Williams, $200; Khalid Kareem $20, Mason Schreck, $10; and Jordan Evans, $10.
Former Cleveland Indians stars Joe Carter, $129; Jason Kipnis, $100; Kenny Lofton, $75; Carlos Baerga, $30; Omar Vizquel $28; and Greg Allen, $20.
Present Indians gamers: Daniel Johnson, $50; Oscar Mercardo, $30; Jordan Luplow, $20; and Logan Allen, $20.
Cincinnati Reds legends Johnny Bench, $200, and Pete Rose, $150.
Former Reds gamers Sean Casey, $100; Eric Davis, $99; Bronson Arroyo, $95; Jose Rijo, $69; Rob Dibble, $50; and George Foster, $49.
Present Reds gamers Amir Garrett, $125; Hunter Greene, $75; Brandon Finnegan, $50; and Kyle Farmer, $25.
Former Cleveland Cavaliers coaches Tyronn Lue, $216, and Mike Fratello, $75.
Former Cavaliers gamers Ron Harper, $105; J.P. Macura, $55; Jeff Inexperienced, $40; Jaron Blossomgame, $25; and Dhantay Jones Sr., $15.
Present Cavaliers gamers Dylan Windler, $25, and Matt Mooney, $20.
Eddie Levert, Canton native and co-founder of the O’Jays, $135.
Howard Hewett Jr., an Akron native and Grammy-winning R&B singer of Shalamar, $100.
Richard Patrick, a former Clevelander who fronts the rock band Filter, $70.
Slim Jesus, a Hamilton rapper identified for the tune “Drill Time,” $60.
Tim “Ripper” Owens, the Akron rocker who sang in Judas Priest, Iced Earth, Rising Drive and different teams, $30.
Mike Protich, Akron native and lead singer of Crimson Solar Rising, $25.
John Caparulo, a stand-up comedian from East Liverpool, $999.
David Wain, a comic and author from Shaker Heights, $100.
Alan Cox, afternoon host on WMMS in Cleveland, $30.
Dave Hill, a Cleveland comic and musician, $25.
Luke Null, a Cincinnati native and former solid member of “Saturday Night Live,” $25.
Heather Haburg, former Miss Larger Akron, $25.
Caroline Grace Williams, Miss Ohio 2019, $20.
And keep in mind: Celebrities are in lockdown, too. Your money may also help brighten their holidays. For extra data, go to cameo.com.
Mark J. Worth will be reached at email@example.com.