Stalker.com would be a better name. But maybe founder Jordan McAuley figured that was too obvious.
Instead he called his business Contact Any Celebrity. For $29.97 a month, it gives you access to its large database of celebrities and “representatives,” who include agents, managers, publicists and attorneys. (Hey, play your cards right and soon the attorneys will be contacting to you!)
We’re just kidding. No doubt most Contact Any Celebrity subscribers are totally sane. We’re sure they write their favorite actors and actresses with perfectly innocent requests: an autograph, a photo…maybe a pair of underwear while they’re at it.
Actually, there are lots of legitimate reasons to get in touch with a famous person. Some people use CAC to solicit quotes for their book covers. Others sign up for “celebrity gift bag opportunity alerts,” hoping to place their products in those goody bags that get handed out to stars at awards shows.
Contact Any Celebrity founder McAuley started in the star biz at the University of Miami film school. From there he moved to Hollywood, where he worked at a movie production company and a talent agency.
That’s how he gained the knowledge that’s enabled him to build his list of over 54,565 celebrity addresses.
What would you do with the contact info of your idols? The sky’s the limit. Happy fan Chris A. of New York sent this testimonial to Contact Any Celebrity:
“I have a ‘celebrity pet gallery’ and I ask celebrities to draw their pet along with their autograph. So far I have gotten Brigitte Bardot, Betty White, Mr. Rogers, Hayley Mills, Doris Day, Tippey Hedren and Shirley Temple Black. Your service is a big help.”
Note to Chris: when you lose the rest of your mind and start mailing out the anthrax envelopes, don’t bother with us. Our address isn’t listed.