One Chicago actors recording messages for fans on Cameo

Samuel Hunt as Mouse in a scene from Chicago PD season 3. Photo Credit: Courtesy of NBC.
Samuel Hunt as Mouse in a scene from Chicago PD season 3. Photo Credit: Courtesy of NBC. /

Actors from Chicago Fire, Chicago PD and Chicago Med have all joined Cameo, the online sensation that has celebrities sending messages to fans.

Cameo is one of the latest crazes sweeping the Internet—a website where anyone can pay actors, athletes, social media stars and other famous people to record a message for them.

One Chicago viewers may not know that several alumni from their favorite franchise are on the website, meaning they can send a shoutout or other greeting to other fans of the NBC shows.

Among those currently participating is Chicago Fire actress Brittany Curran, who plays Kelly Severide’s (Taylor Kinney) half-sister Katie Nolan. Booking her to record your message will cost you $50.

Also available is former Chicago PD recurring guest star Samuel Hunt, who portrayed Mouse, Jay Halstead’s (Jesse Lee Soffer) old friend who became Intelligence’s tech guy—until he left to rejoin the military. His shoutouts cost $20.

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Then there’s Chicago Fire alum Christine Evangelista, who had a recurring role as the abrasive paramedic Allison Rafferty back in 2014. She’s charging $60 to record fan messages.

Last but not least is Susie Abromeit, who appeared on Chicago Med early on as Zoe, the woman from a pharmaceutical company who tried to make a love connection with Dr. Will Halstead (Nick Gehlfuss). Her rate is $25.

Cameo has become pretty popular recently, with a number of celebrites signing up to send their messages to fans and fans’ loved ones. Other celebs who have Cameo accounts include Charlie Sheen, The Bachelor host Chris Harrison, Jennifer Love Hewitt, and Law & Order: SVU star Ice-T.

While each star has their own rates, meaning some can be really expensive—Ice-T is asking for $350, and hiring NFL legend Brett Favre will take $500—this could be a fun option if you know a fellow fan who has a special occasion coming up, or just want to surprise a fellow One Chicago enthusiast. The full list of Cameo talent is here.

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