Jeremy Piven Is Charging $15,000 For A 10-Minute Zoom Call

June 16, 2020 / Posted by:

Jeremy Piven has kept a low-profile since being allegedly blackballed by Hollywood. Jeremy “took one for the team” when he was accused of some #MeToo sexual grossness, but then passed a lie detector test after claiming innocence. His career has been in the shit can ever since and his IMDB page is filled with third-tier movies that are in post-production. One is called Crabs In The Bucket, which is a fitting title for a Jeremy Piven movie.

Well, Jeremy probably can’t get a movie producer to pay him $15,000 for 10 minutes of work, so he’s looking to the people for that and is now hawking $15,000 Zoom calls on Cameo.

Entertainment Weekly says that Jeremy has offered up his services to the general public through Cameo. If you’re bored during quarantine and have an extra $15,000 to spare, why not waste it on a 10-minute Zoom call with Jeremy Piven? I can tell you several reasons why not. Or, if you want a cheaper option, Jeremy will do a pre-recorded video for $400. Here’s what others charge:

For comparison, Lance Bass is charging $249 for recorded video/$1250 for Zoom Call, Sean Astin runs at $295/$599, Andrew Dice Clay is a bargain for $299/$1400, and skating legend Tony Hawk is available for just $200/$1000.

The pricing makes no sense. And I thought celebrity video calls were insane when I learned Tori Spelling got $95! This is another level.

A Cameo rep explained to EW that they have their “own supply and demand metrics to suggest prices to talent,” but at the end of the day the celebrity is the one who gets to “choose their own prices.” What a nice way of saying, “We know some of these people are out of their minds charging you that much to see them.” I mean $15,000?! For that price you could find yourself a nice Buick.

Company founder and CEO of Cameo, Steven Galanis, talked about the Zoom calls on Twitter:

With the Cameo Zoom calls, users “are expected to comply with Cameo’s acceptable use policy, and talent can disconnect from an active call at any time with anyone who doesn’t.” How many celebrities have gotten flashed on these Zoom calls, is what I wanna know?

And honestly, if you want some private time with a douche, just grab a Summer’s Eve from Target. It’ll save you $14,997.


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