Sarah is the military member we are honoring for Military Monday this week. Sarah has been in the Army for over 20 years and has been deployed twice.
These Celebs Have The Highest Cameo Rates
If country music’s your bag, you might want to request a Cameo from Texan country crooner Aaron Watson. The musician has seen success with his videos, upping the price of a personalized message by 42% from $65.81 last year to $93.71 today.
Legendary American rapper, actor, and producer Ice-T is another popular musician you can request a video from on Cameo. Whether you know him for his hip-hop career or his long-running acting stint on 'Law and Order,' you can get a personalized message from the star – but it’ll cost you 69% more than it did last year. Now, a video will set you back a cool $562.27, compared to $332.89 last year.
Stand-up comedian and actor Cedric Kyles – best known as his stage name, Cedric the Entertainer – is another favorite on the Cameo platform. If you want to entertain your friends or family with a custom video this year, it’ll cost you $234.90 – +23% more than the $190.76 it was in 2021.
Actor and comedian Anthony Anderson is best known for starring in the hit ABC sitcom Black-ish, amongst others. If you want a video from this American funny man, it’ll cost you $187.42 – a +31% increase from $143.08 last year.
Controversial comedian and actor Andrew Dice Clay has also upped his rates. Known for his brash, straight-talking manner, you can expect the same in his personalized messages to your friends and family. The "Diceman" will grant you a video for $436.07, a 53% increase from $285.19 in 2021.
Iconic comedian and 'Sex and the City' star Mario Cantone (Anthony to 'SATC' fans) is another celeb making good money from Cameo. Coinciding with the release of SATC spin-off And Just Like That, Cantone has upped his rates this year and now charges $187.42 for a Cameo – a big increase of 96% compared to the $95.39 it would have cost you last year.
If you’re a baseball fan, you’ll know Pete Alonso (aka "The Polar Bear") as the first baseman for the New York Mets. Alonso upped his Cameo price to $284.88 this year, a 20% jump from $237.90 last year. This athlete is another charitable giver, putting some of the proceeds towards his charity Homers for Heroes, which raises money to thank local heroes in communities.
Skateboarding legend Tony Hawk is another athlete enjoying the benefits of Cameo. If you grew up watching his skateboarding videos (or playing the iconic Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater video games) and want a personalized message from the pro himself, it will now set you back $284.88, a 20% increase from $237.76 in 2021.
Famous for his successful BMX career and for hosting the MTV reality competition show The Challenge, T.J. Lavin is also cashing in on Cameo. You can buy a video from the star for $211.16, which is a 48% increase from the $143.08 he charged in 2021.
Another NFL legend who’s recently upped their prices is Super Bowl Champion Quarterback Brett Favre. A video from the sports star will now cost you $379.84, a 60% increase from $237.90 in 2021!
NFL star Drew Brees has also upped his price by 66%, from $428.42 in 2021 to $712.21 this year. But this price increase is for good reason. Not only do you get a custom-made video from the New Orleans Saints Quarterback, but 100% of your money goes to the Brees Dream Foundation, which strives to improve the quality of life for cancer patients and provide care for children and families in need.
Fans of 'The Office' will know beloved actor Brian Baumgartner as Kevin Malone from the hit sitcom. Baumgartner is another star capitalizing on the Cameo boom, now charging $212.41 for a personalized video. That’s a jump of 15% from $185.46 in 2021. But with a whopping 4037 reviews and a five-star rating, 'The Office' fans are evidently happy to pay!
'Seinfeld' actor Larry Thomas - "The Soup Nazi" - has also upped his rates in the last year by 85%. A video from the Emmy Award-nominated actor will cost you $141.19 this year, compared to $76.31 in 2021! Thomas has clearly been putting in the time on Cameo, with 1900 reviews so far.
Harry Potter alumni Tom Felton (Draco Malfoy to Potterheads) now charges a whopping $568.52 for a video in 2022, which has increased 200% from $189.26 last year. According to his promotional video, the star offers shout-outs for birthdays and weddings and has a fan club run through the site. With a five-star rating from over 500 reviews, his fans clearly think it’s worth the cost.
YouTube OG Tay Zonday is making the most of his instantly recognizable voice on the Cameo platform. The "Chocolate Rain" singer has 1074 reviews on the site, so there is clearly high demand for his personalized messages. This might be why the star has bumped his prices up by +208% in the last year, rising from $38.15 in 2021 to $117.45 today!