John Barrowman has a profile on celebrity video messaging site Cameo, where he charges £ 150 for personalized messages, despite admitting to showing himself on the set of Doctor Who earlier this month.
The Dancing On Ice judge, 54, reportedly makes thousands of pounds on the shoutout platform and has received more than 605 free reviews from satisfied customers.
It is estimated that only a quarter of site users leave a review on the site after purchasing a video, which is why John is predicted to have made over £ 300,000.
New appearance: John Barrowman has a profile on Cameo where he charges £ 150 for personalized messages, despite admitting earlier this month that he himself was on the set of Doctor Who
A satisfied user wrote on his profile: ‘Five stars is not enough. What could be better than this? I was so happy to start running. I don’t know how to express how moved I am. Thanks John. ‘
A second fan shared their appreciation: ‘Absolutely wonderful! John could have just said congratulations, but he went above and beyond with this great message. ‘
Another posed Tuesday: ‘I absolutely loved how personal, unique and profound it was!
Well worth the money and my mom was so surprised and excited when she saw the video. Thank you very much to John Barrowman for making this possible. – Ethan ‘.
Controversy: The Dancing On Ice judge, 54, reportedly makes thousands of pounds on the shoutout platform and has received more than 605 free reviews from satisfied customers (pictured on the set of Doctor Who)
The shout-out website has seen a 77 percent increase in stars who have made thousands by filming personal messages for their fans during lockdown.
Inbetweeners star James Buckley, 32, has reportedly made over £ 100,000 in three months using the site, while reality TV star Caitlyn Jenner, 70, has reportedly made £ 14,500 from just seven personalized clips.
Former Real Housewives cast member Bethenny Frankel charges £ 248.17 for her personal messages and has a long list of positive reviews.
Meanwhile, actor Charlie Sheen is a regular on the site, charging £ 332 for his cameos. Made In Chelsea star Francis Boulle charges a whopping £ 850 per clip.
Bringing it in: It is estimated that only a quarter of site users leave a review on the site after purchasing a video, which is why John is predicted to have made over £ 300,000
Surge: The shout-out website has seen a 77 percent increase in stars who have made thousands by filming personal messages for their fans during lockdown
John remains one of the top rated celebrities on the platform. He has also collected more than 20 five-star testimonials since his TV exposure scandal made headlines.
Earlier in May, Barrowman apologized for exposing himself repeatedly during the filming of Doctor Who and Torchwood, but insisted it was just ‘tomfoolery’ as the show’s architect, Russell T Davies, denied knowing anything about inappropriate behavior on set.
He told the Guardian his ‘cheerful behavior’ was ‘only ever intended in good humor’ to entertain colleagues on set and backstage – and not sexual harassment.
“In retrospect, I understand that I am upset by my exuberant behavior and have apologized for this before,” he said. “Since my apology in November 2008, my understanding and behavior have also changed.”
Shocking: John remains one of the top-rated celebrities on the platform, and he has amassed more than 20 five-star testimonials since his TV exposure scandal.
Explanation: Last Friday, Barrowman said his ‘cheerful behavior’ was ‘just for good humor’ to entertain colleagues on set and backstage – and not sexual harassment.
Barrowman’s former co-star Noel Clarke, 45, was dropped by multiple networks and BAFTA after being accused of being a ‘sexual predator’ by 20 women.
Clarke was filmed joking about Barrowman, who played Captain Jack Harkness on both programs, showing people his penis ‘every five seconds’ and ‘hitting everything’.
Last month, a video of Clarke showing him onstage during a Doctor Who Q&A with fans was released, where he joked about Barrowman’s alleged tendency to get his penis on set.
Barrowman had publicly apologized after a similar incident on BBC Switch.
Discussion: John added: ‘In retrospect, I understand that I am upset by my exuberant behavior and have apologized for this before’
Allegations: Last month, Barrowman’s co-star Noel Clarke (photo in 2017) was accused of inappropriate behavior for 14 years and of being ‘sexual predator’ by 20 women
Clarke’s two female co-stars Annette Badland and Camille Coduri are seen using the microphone as a prop phallus, slapping them on their legs and even resting them on Camille’s shoulders, with viewers saying they “ squirmed while watching. ”
He said, ‘For the record, all the men out there, don’t try that at work. You will be fired and possibly jailed. ‘
In April, Noel – who is accused of inappropriate behavior towards 20 women over the age of 14 – apologized for his actions and said he will seek professional help, but he has “ vehemently ” denied any sexual misconduct or criminal behavior.
Allegations: Clarke was at the center of further allegations that he sexually assaulted or hit others on Friday’s BBC hit Doctor Who (pictured on the show with David Tennant and Billie Piper)